All News Articles for 2016-04-26

Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Notching One More Win, Sanders Vows to Fight 'Until Last Vote is Cast'
Hillary Clinton claims victories in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland, while Rhode Island goes for Bernie
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'There is No Doubt': Exxon Knew CO2 Pollution Was A Global Threat By Late 1970s
A chemical engineer for Imperial Oil described the need to control all forms of pollution through regulatory action, noting that 'a problem of such size, complexity and importance cannot be dealt with on a voluntary basis.'
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Chernobyl at 30: Thousands Still Living in the Shadow of Nuclear Disaster
'The suffering caused by Chernobyl shows why we need to get rid of nuclear power for good,' says Greenpeace
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Mitsubishi Lied About Vehicle Emissions for 25 Years
Japanese car manufacturer used tests that gave lower emissions readings since 1991, after such tests were outlawed in Japan
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UK's Secret TTIP Assessment: No Benefits, Plenty of Risks
'Yet again this toxic trade deal is exposed as being full of harmful consequences for ordinary people'
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Federal Judge Upholds 'Discriminatory' NC Voter ID Law
'The sweeping barriers imposed by this law undermine voter participation and have an overwhelmingly discriminatory impact on African-Americans. This ruling does not change that reality.'
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FCC Green Lights 'Crushing' Charter Cable Mega-Merger
When the deal is complete, two-thirds of the nation's high-speed Internet subscribers will be under the control of just two corporations, Charter and Comcast.
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The Other Anti-Establishment Candidates to Watch on Tuesday
In Maryland and Pennsylvania, outsider candidates are "united by powerful Democratic leaders' attempts to keep them out of the Senate"
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Obama's Offshore Drilling Proposal Based on Fossil Fuel Industry Research
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management used industry-funded reports to tout economic benefits of offshore drilling in Gulf and Arctic
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