All News Articles for 2016-01-25

Monday, January 25, 2016
Grand Jury Clears Planned Parenthood; Indicts Fake Tape Activists Instead
Disrict Attorney: "We must go where the evidence leads us"
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With Parole Ruling, Supreme Court Says 'All Children Possess Capacity for Change'
'Bold' decision may chart the way for overhaul of criminal justice system, human rights advocate says
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Pentagon Asks Psychologists to Reconsider Torture Ban, Argues 'You Never Know...'
Following a damning investigation into the group's complicity in US torture, the American Psychological Association demanded the government remove military psychologists from interrogations
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'Great Day for Clean Energy' as Supreme Court Gives Renewables a Boost
SCOTUS upholds rule meant to incentivize electricity conservation and idle dirty fossil fuel power plants normally used during periods of high demand
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Rapid, Affordable Energy Revolution is Possible, Says New Report
Wind and solar can compete against fossil fuel energy sources, especially with key infrastructure upgrades
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Backing Bernie's Boldness, South Carolina Lawmaker Flips on Clinton
Hillary Clinton represents 'status quo,' says Justin Bamberg, who is representing the family of Walter Scott, a black man shot and killed last year by a police officer
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Five Years After Tahrir Square, Egypt's Police State Worse Than Ever
Intent on suppressing any protests marking Arab Spring anniversary, al-Sisi government oversaw widespread raids and disappearances
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Voting Rights Now Inspiring Mobilization 'Like Never Before,' NC Voter ID Law Goes on Trial
'We see this as a fundamental attack on our democracy which we are fighting with everything we have,' says the Rev. William Barber
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New Report Issues Dire Carbon Warning: Keep It in the Ground—or Else
Report examines carbon risk of fossil fuel deposits that could push world past agreed-upon 2°C climate threshold—and efforts to keep them untapped
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