All News Articles for 2016-03-14

Monday, March 14, 2016
Rising Seas on Path to Devastate Coastal US Cities Home to 13 Million
"Once you take into account growth of population, the numbers end up being two to three times more."
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Cautious Optimism as Putin Announces Military Draw-Down in Syria
Experts say timing 'not a coincidence,' as Syrian peace talks began in Geneva on Monday.
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More Upsets on the Horizon? 'Yuuuge' Turnout Could Hand Sanders Big Wins on Tuesday
'When working people and young people and older people come out and are determined to end establishment politics and establishment economics...we win.'
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Survival Under Threat, Canada's Indigenous Unite Against Tar Sands Pipelines
The Grand Chief of the Mohawk Kanesatake First Nation calls the proposed Energy East pipeline 'risky and dangerous' to indigenous peoples' survival
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Striking Analysis of Civil Rights Complaints Sheds Light on Why Police Impunity Reigns
Newspaper investigation reveals that federal prosecutors failed to pursue civil rights complaints against police officers 96 percent of cases
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Justice Department Calls on Courts to End 'Criminalization of Poverty'
Policies targeting the poor are not only far-reaching, they are profoundly harmful, letter from DOJ's civil rights division states
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"Berta's Death Must Be the Last": Oxfam Demands Megadam Funders Withdraw
'This project is tainted and beyond repair,' Oxfam says of dam project long opposed by slain activist Berta Cáceres
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Sanders Wins Big Among Tech Activists, while Trump Threatens to Take the Internet Away
Sanders is this election's best advocate for internet freedom and access while Trump presents the largest threat, a tech policy advocacy group finds
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NASA Drops Major Bomb in 'March Toward Ever-Warmer Planet'
Wunderground meteorologists declare that 'we are now hurtling at a frightening pace toward the globally agreed maximum of 2.0°C warming'
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'Shame!' Clinton Defends Death Penalty to Man Who Wrongly Served Years on Death Row
Ricky Jackson, an Ohio man who was wrongfully imprisoned for 39 years, asked Clinton defend her stance on the death penalty at Sunday's town hall
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'Our Worst Fears Were Right': Amid Privacy Fight, DOJ Targets WhatsApp
Government is demanding the messaging service build code to decrypt secure communications in criminal investigation
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