All News Articles for 2015-06-03

Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Facing Government Crackdown, Greenpeace India 'Refuses to be Intimidated'
NGO head suggests surprise investigation signals 'bureaucrats in Delhi are searching desperately for new ways to shut us down'
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Apple CEO Lambasts Government, Facebook Over Civil Liberties 'Attacks'
'They’re gobbling up everything they can learn about you and trying to monetize it,' said Tim Cook
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For Some Canned Food Companies, BPA Still Rampant
'Disturbingly, consumers have no reliable way of knowing whether a canned food item is BPA-free.'
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'I Wished They Had Killed Me': Victim of CIA Says Torture Worse Than You Know
Majid Khan, kidnapped by U.S. officials in 2003, said abuse was more brutal than anything which appeared in Senate's investigative report last year
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Progressives Mount Final Push Against Bill That 'Threatens Everything You Care About'
As Obama pulls out all the stops on corporate trade push, public interest groups organize day of action focused on members of U.S. House
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WikiLeaks Strikes Again: Leaked TISA Docs Expose Corporate Plan For Reshaping Global Economy
Leaked Docs reveal that little-known corporate treaty poised to privatize and deregulate public services across globe
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'Exploitation of a Higher Kind': How the G7 is Fueling Corporate Dominion of Africa
Experts and grassroots groups working to expose takeover of Big Ag under the guise of the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition
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Unsatisfied with Weak Spy Reforms, Movement Snowden Built Vows to Fight On
'Two years ago, debating these modest changes would’ve been unthinkable, and it is absolutely a vindication for Edward Snowden.'
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Old and Broke in America? It Doesn't Have To Be This Way, Says Sanders
'At a time when half of all older workers have no retirement savings,' argues presidential candidate, 'we need to expand, not cut, Social Security benefits so that every American can retire with dignity.'
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