All News Articles for 2016-03-30

Wednesday, March 30, 2016
With Quakes, Toxic Water, and Emissions, 'No Surprise' Support for Fracking on Decline
Obama and presidential candidates should 'catch up with the will of the people,' as majority of Americans now opposed
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The Momentum is Real: Poll Shows Sanders Widening Lead in Wisconsin
While Sanders campaigns in Madison, Clinton leaves campaign trail for high-rolling fundraiser in New York
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US Saber Rattling Continues With Plans to Beef Up Troops in Eastern Europe
Russian official decries NATO's 'policy of confrontation'
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Burn Them at the Stake? Trump Wants 'Punishment’ for Women Who Have Abortions
Proving GOP bona fides, Trump endorses federal ban on abortion
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Economist Argues 'Pie in the Sky' Sanders Will, in Fact, 'Make Economy Great Again'
Leading economist argues that Sanders' bold economic agenda would 'deliver standards of well-being for the overwhelming majority of Americans in ways that we have not experienced for generations.'
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Study: Antarctic Ice Sheets May Melt Even Faster than Previously Predicted
New report finds melting ice sheets may contribute to six-foot sea level rise by 2100
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As Coal Use Drops, Investors Blow Nearly $1 Trillion Globally on Unnecessary New Plants
$1 trillion could provide electricity powered by renewable energy to 1.2 billion people—but it was funneled into extraneous coal projects instead
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No, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Florida's Payday Law Doesn't Rein in Loan Sharks
"Federal regulation designed after Florida's payday law would continue to line the pockets of payday lenders with borrowers' hard-earned wages"
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With Underwater Blasting Plans, 'Unacceptable Risk' Awaits Atlantic Marine Life
Though Obama administration dropped plans for Atlantic offshore drilling, possibilty of dangerous seismic airgun blasting remains
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'Not a Throwaway Generation': Flint Doctor Says City's Kids Deserve Help
Water treatment supervisor recalls being told by state's environmental department not to use anti-corrosive additives in water pipes
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How the FBI's Shadowy iPhone Hack is Putting Privacy (and Lives) at Risk
'We have a new danger,' warn digital rights experts, 'a classified bomb held by the FBI and unknown third-party hackers—but not by Apple, the one party capable of defusing it.'
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Protesters Flood North Carolina Streets as Discrimination Law Backlash Grows
North Carolina's own Attorney General refuses to defend "hate bill" in court, other state governments ban official travel to NC in widespread rebuke of anti-LGBTQ law
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With New Abortion Pill Label, FDA Thwarts Prohibitive Anti-Choice Tactic
More than a decade late, FDA finally catches up with current medical practice and years of scientific evidence
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