All News Articles for 2015-11-12

Thursday, November 12, 2015
100+ Groups to Justin Trudeau: Pull the Plug on 'Broken' Pipeline Process
'A failure to assess greenhouse gas emissions for tar sands pipelines would bring great doubts on Trudeau’s commitment to fight climate change.'
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WHO Head Joins Chorus Denouncing TPP's Blow to Public Health, Boon to Big Pharma
There are 'some very serious concerns' regarding the 12-nation trade pact, Margaret Chan said.
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If Wall Street Reform Becomes 2016 'Litmus Test,' Clinton Will Have Lots of Explaining To Do
Hillary Clinton's opposition to reinstating banking firewall makes it clear where she stands in the fight against the industry's powerful influence
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University Settles in Flashpoint Academic Freedom Case
"This is an important victory, even if the bigger fight isn't over," said Dr. Steven Salaita
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Worried TPP Will Hurt Workers? This Case Will Provide Some Clues.
"If the administration fails to take strong action, critics will see it as a signal that the U.S. is falling short on linking trade, investment, and labor rights."
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France Wonders If Kerry 'Confused' on Upcoming Climate Talks
Kerry's comments that there will be no legally binding agreement from COP21 puts him at odds with voices around the world
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To Evade NSA, Microsoft Begins Building Data Centers in Germany
Data stored in new centers will only be accessible with permission of user or 'data trustee'
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Not For What He 'Says' But For What He Has 'Done,' Postal Workers Endorse Sanders
"Sen. Bernie Sanders stands above all others as a true champion of postal workers and other workers throughout the country."
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Fighting Back, Students Rise Nationwide to Demand Debt-Free Higher Ed
"The United States is the richest country in the world, yet students have to take on crippling debt in order to get a college education."
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'Climate Not For Sale' Declares Public as Fossil Fuel Giants Drool over Federal Auction
'The health of our communities and our public lands should not be auctioned off to the highest bidder'
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