All News Articles for 2016-04-15

Friday, April 15, 2016
Sit-Ins, Arrests, and Escalation: Student Divestment Movement Springs into Action
"The accord coming out of Paris marks the beginning of the end for the fossil fuel industry."
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This Stoppage Won't Stop: Verizon Strike Continues as Talks Fall Through
"Workers are sticking together and standing up for their families and to protect all middle class jobs against excess corporate greed."
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'Towards the Common Good': Mr. Sanders Goes to the Vatican
'Our youth are no longer satisfied with corrupt and broken politics and an economy of stark inequality and injustice.'
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NY Sen. Gillibrand Assures Voters Clinton Will Release Wall St. Transcripts 'At the Appropriate Time'
Senator and campaign surrogate says Clinton 'cares deeply about openness and transparency'
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As Dems Debate Fossil Fuels, New Report Shows Fracking Worse Than Thought
New data shows fracking's effects on public health, wildlife, economies, and communities, adding context as Dems debate fracking on national stage
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Ahead of UN Summit, Global Leaders Call for End to 'Disastrous' Drug War
Over 1,000 signatories, including Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, say it's time for drug reform based in "science, compassion, health, and human rights"
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Hottest March on Record as Earth Keeps Hurtling Past Temperature Milestones
Data from Japan Meteorological Agency 'is a reminder of how perilously close we now are to permanently crossing into dangerous territory'
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Vindication: Protesters Who 'Put Arms Trade on Trial' Acquitted
"We invite you to question why it is us—and not the war makers and profiteers—that are on trial," protesters had said.
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Microsoft Sues for Right to Tell You When Feds Access Your Email
'The urgency for action is clear and growing'
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Revealed: CIA Funding Companies that Specialize in Social Media Spying
In-Q-Tel reportedly investing in firms that monitor, collect, and analyze social media activities on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
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Defending Attack on Libya, Clinton Blames Obama—And Suggests Repeat for Syria
Former secretary of state mounts questionable defense of disastrous intervention in Libya during Democratic debate
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Contrasts Could Hardly Be Sharper as Dems Debate in Brooklyn
As two candidates sparred, the raucous New York crowd marked their approval and disapproval with volleys of both cheers and boos.
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