All News Articles for 2015-06-09

Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Criminalizing Choice: Georgia Woman Jailed After Taking Abortion Pill
As states slash health services and pass laws outlawing reproductive rights, advocates say, "'Pro-choice' is gone and these are the choices that are left.'
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Dissident Artists Collaborate in Laura Poitras Documentary
10-minute video by award-winning filmmaker shows WikiLeaks activist Jacob Appelbaum and artist Ai Weiwei building installation in Beijing
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'It is Our Duty': Grannies Arrested for Protecting Arctic from Oil Drillers
With back-to-back actions, demonstrators hope to stall operations enough to disrupt Shell's Arctic oil exploration this summer
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'Heartbreaking' Ruling Could Shutter Nearly All Abortion Clinics In Texas
George W. Bush-appointed judges uphold most stringent measures of controversial anti-choice law passed in 2013
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New Study Finds 'Staggering' Suicide Rates Among Female Veterans
Cross-sectional study on government data exposes 'harsh' reality of military life for women
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Putin Says US Imperial Footprint Unmatched: 'Draw a Map and See'
Despite US military dominance, Obama accuses Russian leader of attempting to 'recreate Soviet empire'
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With White House Bid Underway, Clinton Role in Honduras Coup Raises Key Concerns
State Department's role in 2009 Honduras coup makes Clinton's "campaign-season progressive rhetoric seem hollow"
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Monsanto Exposed for Trying to Hide 'Ugly History' By Ditching Its Name
Borrowing tactic of Philip Morris, agrochemical giant tried to change name as part of corporate merger
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In Rare Move, Community Seeks Murder Charges for Cops Who Killed Tamir Rice
By filing affidavits, 'citizens are taking matters into their own hands utilizing the tools of democracy as an instrument of justice'
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After 43 Years in Solitary, Last 'Angola 3' Inmate Ordered Released
Judge's decision 'marks a momentous step toward justice,' says Amnesty International
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Community Condemns Pool Prejudice in McKinney, Texas
Residents of wealthy Dallas suburb say police discrimination and violence touches all
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In Order to Keep Leaky General Out of Jail, Powerbrokers Went for Broke
Letters written to judge ahead of sentencing for Gen. David Petraeus reveal gross hyprocrisy over who should be punished for leaking government secrets
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Student Debt Strikers Call Fed's Loan Forgiveness Plan a Bureaucratic Sham
With the federal goverment continuing to profit from high-priced college loans, critics of DOE's new plan say there's an easier and more just approach to debt forgiveness
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