All News Articles for 2015-05-27

Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Julian Assange on the TPP, NSA Spying, and his Own Ambiguous Future
Amy Goodman with Democracy Now! speaks with the Wikileaks founder at the Ecuador Embassy in London
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Dems Back Debt-Free College as Issue Moves Into Election Spotlight
Pollster says at the ballot box, student debt will be "as important to millennials as 'war and peace issues' were to baby boomers."
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'Love Affair' Continues as Former Sen. Landrieu Joins Keystone XL Lobby Firm
During her time in office, Landrieu pushed hard for the tar sands pipeline and openly advocated for other fossil fuel extraction projects
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Edward Snowden a 'Total Hero,' Says Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak
"It's almost like you can't have any secrets anymore," Steve Wozniak says. "And the modern generation just accepts this as the status quo."
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Meet the Corporate Villains Sponsoring the COP21 Climate Talks
'The effort of these corporations to green-wash their ongoing damage of the planet in order increase profit and gain public support is offensive,' said Cindy Wiesner of the Grassroots Global Justice Alliance
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Mary Ellen Mark, Award-Winning Photographer Who Captured 'Ragged Edges of Society,' Dies at 75
Mark's empathy for subjects 'made her an exquisite portrait photographer.'
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Given Rampant White-Collar Crime, FIFA Raid Raises Questions About DOJ Priorities
Notoriously-corrupt FIFA heads arrested in early morning raid during annual meeting
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With Deadline in Sight, Senate Scrambles on Patriot Act
Sen. Dianne Feinstein pushes new legislation that would criminalize whistleblower activity on national security
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Disgusted With Tory Government, Brits March in Force Against Austerity Madness
Buoyed by election win, David Cameron poised to implement harsh cuts
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Terror on Trial: Family of Drone Victims Vows to Fight German Court Ruling
Faisal bin Ali Jaber, whose relatives were killed in 2012 strike, says he 'will not give up... it is—quite simply—a matter of life and death for us.'
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'Justice Delayed is Justice Denied': Court Blocks Reprieve for Millions of Deportations
'It was people power that moved President Obama to act and we will not stop until we have Not 1 More Deportation!'
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Roads Melting, Death Toll Soaring as 'Unprecedented' Heatwave Grips India
Workers, the elderly, and the homeless are most vulnerable as severe weather hits hard and, yes, climate change is being called a factor.
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