All News Articles for 2015-11-02

Monday, November 2, 2015
Case of the 'All-White Jury' Heard at Supreme Court
'All of the evidence seems to suggest a kind of singling-out,' declared a skeptical Justice Elena Kagan
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From Pot to 'Democracy Vouchers,' Election Day 2015 Races to Watch
From clean elections to transgender rights to marijuana legalization, voters across the US will weigh in on progressive issues Tuesday.
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VW Emissions Scandal Widens as Defeat Devices Found in New Models
"This is a very serious public health matter," said executive officer of California Air Resources Board
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Lawrence Lessig, Champion of Electoral Reform, Drops Bid for President
'I was just shut out,' the Harvard professor said, after new Democratic Party rules excluded him from debate
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Collective Victory Declared as Obama Takes Small Step to 'Ban the Box'
Announcement follows years of organizing by formerly-incarcerated people and their families
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Blairite MP Tells Cambridge Students: As 'Top One Percent' You Must Rebel Against Corbyn Leadership
Despite intra-party dissonance, support for the UK Labour Party has surged since election of leader Jeremy Corbyn
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Yemen Braces for Devastation as Cyclone Chapala Nears
Cyclone expected to make landfall on Tuesday morning with record rain and hurricane-strength winds
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Honoring Slain Media Workers, UN Calls for End to 'Cycle of Impunity'
Press freedom groups caution that progress is still moving slowly in countries high on the global impunity index
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How a Canadian University 'Bent Over Backward' for a Pipeline Corporation
'I have the impression that Enbridge sees the center as a PR machine for themselves,' warned former University of Calgary professor
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New FBI Program Trains Teachers, Students to Snoop On Muslims
Civil rights groups warn that new FBI tool "Don't Be a Puppet" violates civil liberties of Muslims
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