All News Articles for 2015-09-11

Friday, September 11, 2015
'Off/On': Climate Leaders Present Next Bold Phase for Global Action
'There are no single-issue movements any more: the fight for climate justice is a fight for social justice.'
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Burning the World's Fossil Fuels Would Melt Antarctica Into the Sea: Study
'The mind-boggling point is that our actions today are changing the face of planet Earth as we know it, and will continue to do so for tens of thousands of years to come.'
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New York Workers Claim Victory as Cuomo Goes Big for $15
"Now I can see a light at the end of the tunnel," declared Rebecca Cornick, a fast food worker in Brooklyn
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Evidence Keeps Piling Up: Unions Are Very, Very, Very Good for Workers
'When working people speak with one voice, our economy is stronger, and all workers do better.'
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In Symbolic Vote, House Rejects Iran Deal Resolution
25 Democrats join every Republican in voting against deal, though outcome will have no impact on implementation of nuclear accord
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'When You Drill, You Spill': Hundreds of East Coast Businesses Tell Obama to Ditch Offshore Plans
"Our coasts are worth too much to risk."
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No, You Cannot Know This Man's Account of His Torture by the CIA
U.S. officials say lawyers' notes describing treatment of man for whom torture techniques were developed are classified, despite new rule
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New Debate on Police Body Cameras Pits Privacy Against Accountability
In face of police brutality epidemic, middle ground between two concerns remains elusive
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Boost for Corbyn as Left-Winger Becomes Labour's Nominee for London Mayor
The results back up polling that suggests Corbyn is going to sweep to victory in the national Labour leadership ballot on Saturday
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Court Affirms Monsanto's Guilt in Poisoning of French Farmer
French court upholds 2012 ruling that holds agrichemical giant fully responsible for damages
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'Won't Back Down': Seattle Teacher Strike Continues for Third Day
Organized educators take stand for their profession, their students, and 'people everywhere who are working for vital public schools and social justice.'
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'Where to Invade Next': Michael Moore Fights US Empire with Progressive Solutions
Latest project premiered Thursday night at Toronto International Film Festival
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Obama Administration Rebuked for Turning Its Back on Syrian Refugees
Rights campaigners say president's pledge to take in 10,000 Syrian refugees falls shamefully short of what's needed
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