All News Articles for 2015-09-16

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Arrest of Muslim Teen for Bringing Clock to School 'Inevitable Byproduct of Culture of Fear'
ACLU says arrest of student 'raises serious concerns about racial profiling and the disciplinary system in Texas schools'
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Arrest of Undocumented Woman at Gynecologist Visit Sparks Outrage, Protest
'People should have a basic human right to seek medical attention without fear of arrest and deportation,' says daughter
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That's "Right-Wing Prime Minister" to You, Says Growing Chorus of Corbyn Fans
In just ten hours, more than 30,000 people signed a petition demanding that the BBC practice some 'unbiased reporting'
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Irish Anti-Austerity Groups Form New Party for 'Genuinely Left Government'
People Before Profit and Anti-Austerity Alliance announce new political campaign against high taxes and water privatization
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Clinton Ally Refuses to Apologize for Super PAC Attack on Bernie Sanders
Email from the Correct the Record super PAC attempted to couple Sanders with more "extreme" positions taken by newly-elected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
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For Many Democrats, Six Primary Season Debates 'Is Just Not Enough'
Hillary Clinton's Democratic rivals, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley, have both called for a more robust debate schedule
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Human Activity Pushing Marine Life to the Brink of Collapse
International conservation group is calling on world leaders to make 'profound' changes to way ocean is managed and protected
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ACLU Sues California Police Over 'Exorbitant' Body Cam Footage Charge
Hayward, California police department charged National Lawyers Guild nearly $3,000 to view crowd control footage from Black Lives Matter protest
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European Commission Accused of 'Putting Lipstick on a Pig' With Rebranded Corporate-Friendly Trade Mechanism
'This new proposal doesn’t change the fundamental problem of giving corporations frightening new powers at the expense of our national democracies.'—Nick Dearden, Global Justice Now
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Refugees Trapped at Hungarian Border Attacked With Tear Gas, Water Cannons
Crowds chant "open, open, open" while decrying inhumane treatment
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Top Military Brass Accused of Flipping ISIS Intel 'On Its Head'
Analysts say that Centcom superiors mislead White House and Congress about the success of the bombing campaign to justify ongoing war
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'Hard-Fought Victory' in Sight As End to Historic Seattle Teachers Strike on Horizon
Union representatives say schools will open Thursday, but strike not officially over until members vote Sunday on tentative deal
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UN to Host Meeting of World Leaders on Refugee Crisis
The 28-member European Union (EU), which was sharply divided over the Greek bailout financial crisis last year, is facing its biggest test of unity over the growing refugee crisis unfolding in European borders. At an emergency meeting in Brussels Monday, the EU hesitantly agreed to share some 40,...
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