All News Articles for 2015-07-21

Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Five Years Later, the Unfulfilled Promise of Dodd-Frank
Five years after the law's enactment, fewer than two-thirds of its 390 rules have been completed
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Student 'Aid' Industry Parade Crashed by Debtors Demanding Free Higher Ed
"A loan is not aid," declared student debt striker Michael Adorno-Miranda
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Varoufakis: Troika Forced Syriza Into Choice Between 'Suicide or Execution'
Former finance minister blasts EU, saying: "No one government should ever be treated that way in the context of a club of democratic nations."
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As Demolition Threat Looms Over West Bank Village, Israel Faces Global Rebuke
Sources say about half of Susiya's structures—including residential homes, a medical clinic, animal shelters, and more—are slated for imminent demolition
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Snowden's Plea to Top Technologists: Build an Internet for the People
'Everybody should be safe all the time, else we let others choose who will be safe or not,' whistleblower tells meeting of independent internet engineers
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Terrorism 101: Occupy and Student Groups Labeled 'Extremist Threat' by London Police
Conflating of liberal groups with terrorism shows that they threaten 'the capitalist establishment of which the police are employed to protect' says activist
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What Recovery? Report Reveals Rising Poverty for Children in America
Annie E. Casey Foundation study finds recovery from Great Recession has left out children of color altogether
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Rights Groups Fight Back Against Canada's 'Stomach-Churning' Spy Bill
Bill C-51 poses grave threat to personal freedoms and violates constitutional rights, warn civil liberty and press freedom groups
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World's Oceans Could Rise Higher, Sooner, Faster Than Most Thought Possible
New research shows that consensus estimates of sea level increases may be underestimating threat; new predictions would see major coastal cities left uninhabitable by next century
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Japan Accused of Coercing Fukushima Refugees to Return to Unsafe Homes
Greenpeace charges that pro-nuclear Prime Minister Shinzo Abe cares more about politics than public health
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