All News Articles for 2016-04-11

Monday, April 11, 2016
Groundbreaking Study Shows Your Brain (Though Perhaps Not Your Ego) on LSD
"We are finally unveiling the brain mechanisms underlying the potential of LSD, not only to heal, but also to deepen our understanding of consciousness itself."
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Kerry's Hiroshima Wreath-Laying Decried as 'Nuclear Hypocrisy'
Historic visit and call for 'nuclear-free world' come amid an unprecedented weapons build-up in the United States
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Protesting 'Shameful' Greed, 40,000 Verizon Workers Set to Strike Wednesday
"If Verizon gets its way, we're allowing corporate CEOs to rewrite the rules in their favor yet again," writes Jobs With Justice organizer
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Canada's Progressive Party to Consider Radical 'Leap' to Green Economy
In wake of massive job losses from oil price crash, NDP launches nationwide debates about Naomi Klein's call to swiftly transition Canada to a green economy
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Sanders Applauds Grassroots New York, Calls for National Fracking Ban
During upstate swing ahead of April 19 primary, Vermont senator hammers Hillary Clinton for her fracking gifts to Chevron, Halliburton, ExxonMobil, and Conoco Phillips
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Vampire Squid Goldman Sachs Gets Away with $5 Billion 'Non-Punishment'
The penalty was swiftly denounced as a ' non-punishment, non-accountability ritual that will do nothing to stop the Wall Street crime spree.'
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Echo Papa Exposed: Inside Erik Prince’s Treacherous Drive to Build a Private Air Force
in November 2014, a black Mercedes SUV pulled onto the tarmac of an Austrian specialty aviation company 30 miles south of Vienna. Employees of the firm, Airborne Technologies, which specialized in designing and equipping small aircraft with wireless surveillance platforms, had been ordered to work...
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'Up All Night' Protests Sweep France as 100,000 Join Pro-Democracy Movement
'This movement was not born and will not die in Paris...It has no limit, no border and it belongs to all of those who wish to be part of it.'
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'Deplorable': Refugees Face Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets at Greece-Macedonia Border
'A pregnant woman came into the clinic with her two children; she was close to the border when tear gas was used, people started to run, she fell down.'
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Mass Convergence in D.C. for 'Sit-In to Save Democracy'
Grassroots coalition launches unprecedented week of mass nonviolent action to call for campaign finance reform
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