All News Articles for 2015-07-24

Friday, July 24, 2015
Exposed: Big Brother Targets Black Lives
Government spying can be an 'effective way to chill protest movements,' warns Center for Constitutional Rights
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ADA at 25: Years After Landmark Civil Rights Law, Some Wonder, 'Where's the Equality?'
Twenty-five years after passage of Americans with Disabilities Act, poverty and disabilities still go hand in hand
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Condemnation After UK Lifts Ban on Bee-Killing Neonics
Temporary reversal on pesticide will allow farmers to access harmful chemicals for 120 days
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Guess Who Else Is Fundraising for Clinton: Private Prison Lobbyists
'It is bad for all of us when these multibillion dollar companies use their considerable financial influence to try to pressure lawmakers'
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Beppe: Nationalize Banks to Throw Off 'Anti-Democratic Straitjacket' of Eurozone
Populist comedian-turned-politician calls for Italy to exit the Euro
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With New Spy Bill, France OKs Mass Surveillance
'[T]he French Constitutional Council legalizes mass surveillance and endorses a historical decline in fundamental rights,' says digital rights group
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Left-Winger's Surging Candidacy in UK Taps into Anti-Austerity Energy
Jeremy Corbyn's candidacy 'takes on a much wider significance, because it can be part of rebuilding a left committed to social movements,' says Stop the War Coalition
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Regional War Escalates as Turkey Openly Bombs Targets Inside Syria
Airstrikes on Friday comes as Turkish government also gives US military and other allies permission to stage further operations from its facilities along the Syrian border
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Healthcare 'Oligopoly Wave' Continues As Anthem Gobbles Cigna
Human rights campaigners say mega consolidation will erode healthcare access and hike prices, illustrating deep problems with for-profit model
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