All News Articles for 2015-11-13

Friday, November 13, 2015
At Least 120 Killed as Shootings and Explosions Stir Chaotic Scenes in Paris
Gunmen and bombers attacked busy restaurants, bars and a concert hall at six locations around Paris on Friday evening
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As Government Refuses Treatment, Chelsea Manning Demands Her Right 'To Exist'
"What the government is basically telling me is 'you cannot exist,' that 'you are wrong,' and that 'you do not exist.'"
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Supreme Court to Hear 'Most Important Abortion Rights Case in 25 Years'
Draconian law already 'causing real harm to women across the state of Texas,' says women's health advocate
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US Hits Disturbing Milestone With Record High Number of Transgender Murders
'This is a state of emergency'
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Is ICC Actually Investigating Western Powers? Probe Targets NATO Torture and Abuse in Afghanistan
International Criminal Court prosecutors say people in Afghanistan may have been 'deliberately subjected to physical and psychological violence'
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'The Tides Are Turning': Portland Passes Landmark Resolution Against Fossil Fuel Infrastructure
'It’s a powerful sign that the the fossil fuel era is beginning to come to an end'
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Declining Snowpack Threatens Water Supply for Billions Worldwide
'Water managers in a lot of places may need to prepare for a world where the snow reservoir no longer exists.'
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With 'Off-Planet' Mining Bill, US Congress Seeks to Privatize Outer Space
Extraterrestrial 'Finders Keepers' law allows US citizens and companies to legally claim 'abiotic' natural resources including water and minerals
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Big Oil Lines Up Against Kids Waging Legal Battle for Climate Future
The world's most powerful fossil fuel lobbyist groups have submitted legal filings to join the federal government against a lawsuit by youth plaintiffs seeking immediate action on climate
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Code Name for U.K. Probe of Snowden Reporting Revealed: “Operation Curable”
Lead investigator of the unit has said he has no problem monitoring journalists’ communications if he deems it necessary to “chase down criminals.”
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Leading Powers to Double Renewable Energy Supply by 2030
Eight of the 10 largest greenhouse emitters will double their cumulative clean energy supply by 2030, according to a new report
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