All News Articles for 2015-04-08

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Chevron Whistleblower Leaks 'Smoking Gun' in Case of Ecuadorian Oil Spill
Videos sent to Amazon Watch described as 'a true treasure trove of Chevron misdeeds and corporate malfeasance'
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Channeling MLK's 'Beloved Community,' Vigils Call for Robin Hood Tax
Activists demand that lawmakers pass bill taxing Wall Street financial transactions
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Shell Files Suit to Stop Campaigners Protesting 'Environmentally Ruinous Conduct'
'Shell wants activists off its rig. We want Shell out of the Arctic.'—Annie Leonard, Greenpeace USA
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Canadian News Probe Gives Families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women a Voice
Underscoring failures of police, many said the call from CBC News was the first time they had been contacted about their relative
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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Guilty on All Counts in Boston Bombing Trial
Verdict means 21-year-old defendant is eligible for death penalty after being convicted for April 2013 attack which left three dead and more than 260 injured
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Rights Groups Demand Justice as New Details on DEA Spying Program Revealed
Human Rights Watch files suit against U.S. agency as USA Today exposes scope and history of pre-NSA bulk surveillance operation
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Saving Seeds: Farmers Rise Up Against Industry-Backed Laws
New publication by Grain and La Via Campesina documents nefarious ways new laws criminalize seed sharing and the growing peasant movement resisting them
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In 'Victory for Civilians Killed by Drone Strikes,' Pakistan Court Orders Case Against CIA Officials
'All those who have been killed in drone strikes have a right to proceed in similar criminal actions against the CIA officials and others involved,' says lawyer.
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Enough War: Living Beneath Bombs, Yemenis Refuse to be Collateral Damage
As Saudi-led military assault breeds death and fear, impacted people send message of humanity to world
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Deep-Pocketed Industry Plays Outsized Role in Animal Drug Studies
'Corporate agribusinesses also author, fund, and likely ghostwrite an enormous number of peer-reviewed studies,' report finds
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'Mayor 1%' Retakes Chicago Office, But Grassroots Groundswell Here to Stay
Residents say outcome shows a mass movement needed 'now more than ever'
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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Cop Arrested for Murder After Video Shows Him Shoot Unarmed Man in Back
A white police officer in North Charleston arrested after video contradicts his version of events that ended with death of Walter Scott, a 50-year-old black man
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