All News Articles for 2016-05-12

Thursday, May 12, 2016
In ObamaCare Ruling, It's a Win for GOP, Loss for Low-Income Americans
Republicans 'have tried time and time again to take health care away from the 20 million newly insured Americans,' said Bernie Sanders.
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'We'll Do What It Takes To Stop It': Kinder Morgan Pipeline in Crosshairs
Ahead of governmental decision, new report outlines 'Top 7 Reasons You Can't Trust Kinder Morgan'
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As Wealthy Surge, U.S. Poor and Middle Class Incomes Have Gone Backward
Poorer households saw their income drop from a median of $26,373 in 1999 to $23,811 in 2014, according to new research
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'Wholly Inadequate': Environmentalists Decry EPA's New Methane Rules
EPA released first rules to reduce methane leaks from oil and gas wells, but regs don't apply to old facilities responsible for majority of toxic emissions
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London Summit: US Must End Tax 'Hypocrisy' or Corruption Will Prevail
'So long as countries with real commitments on the world stage continue...ignoring the larger jurisdictions, the results will be continued failure'
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Monsanto Takeover? Corporate Cabal's Control of Food Supply Continues
Mergers like Bayer's rumored takeover of Monsanto 'would make it even harder for farmers, consumers and communities to build a vibrant, sustainable food system'
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In Colorado 'Sacrifice Zone,' Break Free Protest Escalates Fight Against Fossil Fuels
"It's time for the people to step up and escalate and really create more of a global wave of resistance to keep fossil fuels in the ground."
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Is the Pentagon About to Be Forced to Release Damning Torture Photos?
US federal judge criticized the Pentagon's process for determining each photo within vast trove cannot be released
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Michael Ratner, Champion of Human Rights and the Oppressed, Dies at 72
'All of us who treasure freedom and oppose oppressive state violence owe a debt of gratitude to Michael Ratner'
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Former 9/11 Commissioner: '28 Pages' Clearly Expose Saudi Support
"Our report should never have been read as an exoneration of Saudi Arabia."
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Brazil Senate Votes for Impeachment Trial as Rousseff Vows to Fight 'Coup'
Brazil's leftist president suspended from duties as she warns that democracy is at stake
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