All News Articles for 2015-03-25

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
'Monsanto's Dream': Pro-GMO DARK Act Comes to Congress
Kansas Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo to reintroduce anti-consumer, anti-choice, anti-labeling, pro-GMO law
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Bowe Bergdahl, US Soldier Held by Taliban, Charged With Desertion
Exchanged for five US-held prisoners after five years in captivity, Bergdahl faces 'misbehavior before the enemy' charges and possible jail time
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Naomi Klein: Shock of Oil Price Plunge Is Opportunity World Must Seize
Riffing on key ideas from her last two books, Canadian author argues time is perfect to employ "shock doctrine" for good by using climate change as opportunity to "change everything" about our economy and energy systems
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Big Food 'Expands Its Tentacles' with Heinz-Kraft Deal
Warren Buffet orchestrated mega-merger will create fifth largest food company in the world
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Israel's Seizure of Palestinian Taxes Sparks Economic Devastation, Mounting Resistance
Palestinian officials warn economy is teetering and government is close to default
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Klein and Sirota Honored with Independent Journalism Award
Annual Izzy Award recognizes outstanding achievement in independent media and journalism
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In Fight Against UPS Discrimination, Pregnant Workers Get Boost From Top Court
Supreme Court decision overturns prior dismissal of Peggy Young's complaint, reviving a case with broad implications for workers across the country
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'This Must End Now': Web Companies, Rights Groups Call for Immediate Halt to Bulk Data Collection
In letter sent to President Obama and other officials, coalition demands urgent reform to US Patriot Act
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Stepping Up Collaboration With Iran, US Now Directly Backing Tikrit Offensive
Involvement comes despite concerns over revenge attacks by Iraqi forces and Shiite militias
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Saudi Arabia Launches Airstrikes as Yemen Civil War Ignites Regional Firestorm
Situation remains complex, but human rights activist declares "Hell is on the door" and "The worst is coming" as bombs fall in capital of Sanaa
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Pacific Islanders Say Climate Finance 'Essential' for Paris Agreement
'If climate finance under the Paris Agreement falls off a cliff, so will our response to the climate challenge,' says foreign minister of the Marshall Islands
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