All News Articles for 2015-05-28

Thursday, May 28, 2015
In New Documentary, Omar Khadr Speaks for Himself
In filmed interview, Khadr talks about the torture he endured before and after his transfer from Guantanamo to a Canadian prison
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Corporate Media Accused of Parroting Fear-Mongering over Patriot Act
Privacy advocates say outlets like New York Times spread 'government propaganda' by publishing uncritical White House quotes
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Minneapolis as the 'New South': Police Data Shows Severe Racial Disparities
'In Minneapolis, the eyes of the law look at Blacks and Native Americans differently than whites,' says ACLU
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As DOJ Cracks Down on FIFA, Are Powerful Multinationals Being Shielded from Public Exposure?
Although not named in federal indictment, Nike is believed to be one of the companies implicated in the bribery and racketeering scandal
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Hawaii to Norway to Scotland: Divestment Movement Racks Up Wins
Leaders cite destructive nature of coal and oil industries in decision to divest from fossil fuels
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Is US Trade Rep a Wall Street Crony? Groups Demand Transparency.
Public interest watchdogs say Americans deserve to know what US top trade negotiator Michael Froman 'has been privately saying to big banks'
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Japanese Nuke Restart Gets Greenlight Despite Safety Concerns of Residents
Sendai nuclear power station is now poised to be first nuclear restart since Fukushima crisis shuttered country's industry
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Oops: Pentagon Admits to Sending Live Anthrax Across Nation and Abroad
We all make mistakes, writes one journalist, "Usually that doesn't involve sending live anthrax to Korea by mistake."
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Overcoming Governor's Veto, Rightwing Nebraska Ends Death Penalty
'The tidal wave of abolition is continuing to sweep over the United States, and soon the death penalty will be relegated to the history books where it belongs. Who’s next?'
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