All News Articles for 2016-02-19

Friday, February 19, 2016
Political Energy Electrifies Nevada Ahead of Bellwether Caucus
The Clinton campaign has been trying to lower expectations, spuriously painting Nevada as a largely-white state amid a Sanders surge
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Albert Woodfox Free: Last of Angola 3, Who Spent Decades in Solitary, Released
His 'release is long overdue and undeniably just'
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'Historic Settlement' Cheered as Harbinger of End to Toxic Pesticides' Harm
Impacts of atrazine and glyphosate, other pesticides on endangered species to be analyzed by USFWS
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Former Guantánamo Chief Summoned by French Court Over Torture Allegations
General Geoffrey Miller presided over the U.S. military prison in Cuba from 2002 to 2004, after then-President George Bush approved of 'enhanced interrogation' techniques including waterboarding
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American Author Harper Lee, Whose Novel Changed Lives, Dies at 89
'The world knows Harper Lee was a brilliant writer but what many don't know is that she was an extraordinary woman of great joyfulness, humility and kindness.'
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Libya 2.0? After Sowing Chaos with 2011 Invasion, US Bombs Destabilized Nation
At least 40 reported dead following strikes on northern city of Sabratha
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Amid Battle with Apple, Memo Reveals Big Brother's Plan B for Encryption
"They said they wouldn’t seek to legislate 'backdoors' in these technologies. They didn’t say they wouldn’t try to access the data in other ways."
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Surging Sanders Nabs First National Lead over Clinton, Poll Shows
Bernie Sanders is making enormous gains against the once-presumed Democratic nominee
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Calling Clinton's Bluff, Sanders Reveals What His Paid Speeches Look Like
Has Bernie Sanders thrown down the gauntlet after Hillary Clinton's challenge at Thursday's Democratic town hall?
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