All News Articles for 2016-04-06

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Snowden and Others: Panama Papers Show Whistleblowers 'Vital' to Democracy
'More than ever,' Snowden said, 'the role of the whistleblower in a free society has become not only desirable but vital.'
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Ending Poverty, Hunger Possible With Just a Fraction of Global Military Spending
World's military spending was $1.7 trillion in 2015, marking a 1 percent increase from 2014.
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'Ruthless' Coal Baron Don Blankenship Gets Maximum Sentence for 2010 Blast
Rights group says sentencing should usher in 'new day' of accountability for executives
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Enthusiasm Crisis? Quarter of Sanders Supporters Unwilling to Back Clinton in General
'Clinton supporters are considerably more open to supporting Sanders should he overtake her large lead in delegates and win the nomination.'
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In Fact, Sanders Has a Very Clear Plan on How to Break Up Too-Big-to-Fail Banks
Sanders campaign, analysts counter media frenzy lambasting Daily News interview
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Beyond Panama: What the World Really Needs is the #DelawarePapers
'That giant sucking sound you hear? It is the sound of money rushing to the U.S.A.'
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Clinton Machine on the Ropes as Sanders Takes Momentum to NY
New York primary has become 'the war to settle the score' after Sanders sweeps seven out of eight recent match-ups
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For 'Workers and Families,' San Francisco Passes Landmark Parental Leave Law
"We shouldn't be forcing new mothers and fathers to choose between spending precious bonding time with their children and putting food on the table."
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'Did You Have Your Eyes Stitched Closed?' Warren Blasts Former Fed Official
At a hearing aimed at gutting financial reforms, Sen. Elizabeth Warren says 'hands-off regulatory approach' led to 2008 financial crisis
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Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Wisconsin Berns: 'We’re Going to Shock Them All and Win This Nomination'
Winning seven out of eight most recent contests, says Sanders in victory speech, proves that 'momentum' of his campaign can no longer be ignored
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