All News Articles for 2016-05-18

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Portugal's Renewable Energy Record: A Harbinger of What's Possible
Country just met all its electric needs from renewables for 107 hours in a row
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More Than 50 Percent of Super PAC Mega-Donors are from Wall Street
Financial sector has already given more to outside groups than during any entire election cycle in history.
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Thanks to U.S. Congress, Endless War Will... Not End
Attempt to repeal the 2001 authorization for a war with no apparent time or geographic limit fails in House of Representatives
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Cable Customers Beware: This Mega-Merger Just Created a 'Price-Gouging' Monster
Consumer advocacy groups have warned against the deal for months
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People Power Just Trumped Corporate Power: Oregon County Rejects Nestle Water-Grab
'This is really a resounding victory for everyone who cares about protecting not only our water supply, but water supplies around the world'
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As EU Weighs Approval, More Evidence Industry is Rigging the Glyphosate Game
Suspicious donation from Monsanto emerges after WHO seemingly flipped in its assessment of the dangers posed by the chemical
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As Kinder Morgan Decision Looms, Trudeau's New Pipeline Panel Denounced as "Smokescreen"
First Nations reject new Kinder Morgan pipeline review panel, call for "nation-to-nation" consultation
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Does Democratic Party Discord Portend Disaster at Convention?
Harping on convention controversy fuels Sanders' challenge to the mainstream establishment
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GMOs Safe to Eat, Says Research Group That Takes Millions From Monsanto
"We won't have good public policy on new technologies like GMOs until these rampant conflicts of interest are exposed," says Food & Water Watch
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Oregon Goes for Sanders: "If It's So Over, Why Does Bernie Keep Winning?"
'Let the people in!' declares Sanders at rally in California as he warns Democratic Party against losing nation's working class vote to the GOP
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