All News Articles for 2015-10-28

Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Censorship on Rise as Global Internet Freedom Continues Downward Spiral
Well over half of all internet users live in countries where criticism of the government, military, or ruling family has been subject to censorship online
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Low-Income, Latino Communities Across US Living in Air Pollution 'Sacrifice Zones'
New study adds to growing body of evidence that low-income communities of color are disproportionately impacted by ecological destruction
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Chased by Fighter Jets, US Military's $2 Billion Spy Blimp is Coming Down
"Peace out losers."
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Amid Flood of Dark Money, Groups Make Simple Request of FEC: 'Do Your Job'
Existing regulations are "woefully inadequate to address today's political environment"
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'A Tale of Two Retirements': New Report Blasts Rigged Rules That Favor Corporate Execs
'Together, we can ... allow for all Americans to be able to retire with dignity.'
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Indonesia's Deforestation-Fueled Wildfires May Be World's Worst Climate Crisis
Hundreds of thousands have fallen ill and at least 19 have died from fighting blazes and pollutant exposure
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EU Toughens Against TTIP as Top German Lawmaker Blasts Anti-Democratic Deal
Parliament president's remarks are just the latest example of growing opposition to the corporate-friendly pact
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Breakthrough? Iran Accepts Invite for Syria Peace Talks with US, Russia
Though no Syrian delegation will attend, discussions in Vienna could advance possibility for diplomatic solution to armed conflict
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