All News Articles for 2015-03-20

Friday, March 20, 2015
Wild Bee Decline A Sign of Europe's 'Ecological Disaster': Study
Nearly 10 percent of wild bee species in Europe face extinction, according to new study
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In Battle Over Net Neutrality, It's Industry-Backed GOP vs. Civil Rights Groups
Republican efforts to overturn FCC regulations take shape, but face stiff opposition from grassroots groups
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Yemen: Suicide Bomb Attack Kills 135 at Shiite Mosques
Group claiming affiliation with ISIS claimed responsibility, but link has not been independently verified
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Groups Pan 'Toothless' Fracking Rules As Industry Giveaway
New rule 'is merely a continuation of Obama's harmful all-of-the-above energy policy,' says Friends of the Earth
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Nuclear Talks Adjourn With Hopes High But Issues Still Unresolved
France is reportedly taking hard line on United Nations sanctions relief
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'Black America in Crisis': Report Shows Troubling Racial Disparities Across US
Urban League findings are 'a clarion call that a more comprehensive, inclusive and on-the-ground recovery is necessary' for minorities across country
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UK Police Deem Snowden Leak Investigation a State Secret
British police claim a criminal investigation they are conducting into journalists who have reported on leaked documents from Edward Snowden has to be kept a secret due to a “possibility of increased threat of terrorist activity.” Following Snowden’s disclosures from the National Security Agency in...
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'Distrust Reinforced' as NY Judge Rules Against Releasing Details of Eric Garner Grand Jury
Court has decided to 'perpetuate secrecy rather than promote transparency,' NYCLU says
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Docs Reveal Internal Foot Dragging Hampered WHO's Ebola Response
Correspondence obtained by the Associated Press finds agency delayed declaring an emergency for months, despite warnings from staff
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Divergent Visions: GOP Budget Plans Don't Line Up With US Priorities
New analysis examines how competing federal budget proposals rate in responding to the stated policy priorities of the American people
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In Vanuatu, Death Toll Climbs as Scale of Devastation Sinks In
'In the next days people will not have enough food anymore.'
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Thanks to Climate Change, Arctic Sea Ice at Lowest Levels Ever Recorded
National Snow and Ice Data Center researchers find 'Arctic is being seriously impacted by our warming climate'
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Progressive Community Celebrates Life, Work of Danny Schechter (1942-2015)
Journalist, documentary filmmaker, media critic and social justice activist dies after battle with cancer
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