All News Articles for 2015-06-15

Monday, June 15, 2015
Get Ready for Round Two: GOP and White House Work to Revive Fast Track
"Let's be clear, we do not need a 'do over' vote for Fast Track, we need an entire 'redo' of U.S. trade policy," says green group Friends of the Earth
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Fukushima Campaign Seeks To Preserve Darkly Ironic Signs Underscoring False Promises of Nuclear Power
In an evacuated town, prominent billboards promote nuclear power. Some people say the municipality should leave them there
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Border Patrol Reveals 'Culture of Impunity' as Agents Cleared in Dozens of Killings
Border Patrol internal affairs department absolves agents in 67 lethal force cases
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US Supreme Court Refuses to Consider 'Coercive' and 'Humiliating' Law Against Women
Public health and reproductive justice advocates expressed relief at ruling
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Threats of Default and 'Grexit' Loom as Greece Refuses to Surrender
'This is not a matter of ideological stubbornness,' said Greek PM Alexis Tsipras. 'This is about democracy.'
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'On the Offensive' Against Monsanto, France Removes Roundup from Store Shelves
Monsanto product will no longer be sold in aisles of nurseries frequented by amateur gardeners
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In Fight Against Global Warming, the World is Way Off Target
"A transformation of the world's energy system must become a uniting vision if the 2°C climate goal is to be achieved," says International Energy Agency
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As Shell Drilling Rig Aims for Arctic, Waves of Kayaks Block the Way
At least ten 'kayaktivists' arrested as more paddle out to thwart Arctic drilling plans
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Inspired by US, Israel Moves Toward Legalizing Torture of Palestinian Prisoners
Cabinet passed controversial bill that would allow force-feeding of hunger strikers
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Amid Torture, Experts Say CIA's Other Crime Was 'Human Experimentation'
Formerly classified document exposes how agency's attempt to legitimize abusive interrogation program was itself another layer of crime
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