All News Articles for 2015-08-10

Monday, August 10, 2015
Championing a 'President for All People,' Nurses Back Bernie
Announcing Bernie Sanders endorsement, NNU executive director RoseAnn DeMoro says: 'There is no legislator who better represents the same humanity, courage, vision as nurses.'
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Police Arrest 50 Demonstrators as State of Emergency Declared in Ferguson
Under Moral Monday banner, protesters marking one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death take part in civil disobedience outside Ferguson courthouse
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'Bulldozing' Democracy, UK Government Poised to Greenlight Fracking Bonanza
Despite increasing concern by citizens, Cameron government plans to strip municipalities of power to approve new drilling projects
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Sensing Keystone XL Rejection, TransCanada Scopes NAFTA Lawsuit
Provisions in trade pact may provide legal basis for suing U.S. over tar sands pipeline
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Hundreds of Peace Corps Vets Demand US Stop Funding Ethnic Cleansing
Over 500 former volunteers call on the U.S. to halt military aid to the Dominican government over mass expulsion of people of Haitian descent
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Canadian Candidate States 'Basic Scientific Fact' About Tar Sands, All Hell Breaks Loose
Author, activist, and Toronto New Democratic Party candidate Linda McQuaig pilloried by conservatives and others after suggesting tar sands should be left 'in the ground'
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Toxic Fallout Continues as Colorado Mine Spill Declared Three Times Larger Than Stated
Communities declare states of emergency over toxic wastewater flowing through Colorado and New Mexico, heading for Utah
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Despite Majority Opposition, Japan About to Hit 'Go' on Nuclear Restart
Fukushima 'exposed the myth of safe and cheap nuclear power, which turned out to be dangerous and expensive. Why are we trying to resume nuclear power?'
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Taking Firm Stance, Scotland Pushes GMO Ban
But government will permit genetic modification for scientific research
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Teen Shot in Ferguson on Anniversary of Brown Death in Critical Condition
Weekend actions honoring teen killed by officer marred by latest police shooting
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Violence in Turkey Linked to Nation's Support for US Militarism
Attack on U.S. consulate in Istanbul follows separate attacks elsewhere in the country
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Racialized Poverty in America has Nearly Doubled in 21st Century
New report finds mid-sized cities like Detroit and Milwaukee are ground zero for dramatic rise in segregation
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'Bringing People Together' Big Time as Sanders Attracts Tens of Thousands
Overflow crowd is estimated at nearly 30,000 people in Portland, Oregon as populist message continues to draw larger turnouts than any other presidential candidate
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