All News Articles for 2015-04-28

Tuesday, April 28, 2015
It's On: Bernie Sanders to Announce Bid for Presidency on Thursday
Sanders, the longest-serving Independent member of Congress, will reportedly run as a Democrat
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As Baltimore Demands Justice, Solidarity Movements Grow
'Black, brown and white, solutions lie not in reaction but in unified action.'
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EU Parliament Bursts Misguided Biofuel Bubble
'Long-awaited move to put the brakes on biofuels is a clear signal to the rest of the world that this is a false solution to the climate crisis.'
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Opposition Amassing to 'Outdated and Unsound' Trade Policies
'Fast Track is an abrogation of not only Congress' constitutional authority, but of its responsibility to the American people,' reads letter signed by over 2,000 global groups
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Iran: Hypocrisy of Nuclear Proliferation Highlighted by Israel's Undeclared Arsenal
Citing imminent humanitarian consequences, non-nuclear weapon states call for total elimination of stockpiles at NPT summit in New York
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Denied! Powerful Industry Groups Get Setback in Effort to Keep Consumers in the Dark on GMOs
District court upholds constitutionality of Vermont's GMO labeling law; denies injunction sought by industry groups
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'Structural Looting' of Black Communities Driving Protesters to Baltimore Streets
As media and police spin narrative of 'protester violence,' grassroots voices urge US society to focus on root causes of uprisings
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Eight Men, Including Two of 'Bali 9,' Reportedly Executed in Indonesia
Appeals for drug convicts were denied, but one member of the group reportedly received a last-minute reprieve
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National Security Whistleblowers Call for Repeal of Patriot Act
Group charges that federal government's 'war on whistleblowers' has shredded the US Constitution
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Nation Ready to Make History: US Supreme Court Takes Up Gay Marriage
A decision, expected by June, could determine the fate of marriage equality nationwide
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Want to Help Nepal Recover from the Quake? Cancel its Debt, Says Rights Group
Questions abound as to how this impoverished nation will recover from the disaster, considered the worst in Nepal in over 80 years.
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National Guard Deployed to Baltimore, But No Martial Law '... At This Point'
State of Emergency declared in Maryland as soldiers arrive in city to 'restore order' following day of clashes between police and those in the streets
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