All News Articles for 2015-11-11

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
'Not Safe to Consume': Insiders Blow Whistle on Pork Inspection Regime
"Personally, I will not eat any products that bear the name of the company for which this meat is produced," says USDA whistleblower
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How Govt Crackdown on Whistleblowers Betrays Public Interest: Report
Armed with the vague language of the Espionage Act, which is 'extremely difficult' to defend against, the Obama administration has prosecuted more whistleblowers than any other president
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This Armistice Day, Listen to Veterans Organizing to End Militarism
'The best way to support our troops and veterans is to speak out against militarism and give existing veterans the care they need'
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Falling Short of Boycott, EU Moves to Label Products Made in Illegal Israeli Settlements
Growing Palestinian rights movement credited with pushing world powers to acknowledge ongoing Israeli violations
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Germany's Spy Targets Included FBI, UNICEF, US Weapons Makers
New reporting adds to controversy over intelligence agency's activities
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Beyond Mizzou: Fight for Racial Justice Spreads to Campuses Nationwide
Spurred by successful demonstrations at University of Missouri, students and faculty escalate actions at Ithaca, Yale, and beyond
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No Excuse, Says Human Rights Lawyer, Obama Can Still Close Guantánamo
President undermined his own plan to shutter the notorious facility by agreeing to the "defense" bill
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Monsanto Accused of Knowingly Polluting SF Bay with Toxic PCBs
Oakland city attorney says the chemical giant 'chose profits over people, and American cities and citizens are still suffering the consequences.'
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ICRC Decries 'Deliberate' Attacks on Hospitals in Yemen
Nearly 100 healthcare facilities in war-torn country have been hit since March, aid group says
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