All News Articles for 2016-05-26

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Protests Intensify, Spread Across France as Workers Refuse Submission
'What we want today is for this movement to spread,' says unionist.
Read more
House GOP Hits 'New Low,' Tanks its Own Bill over LGBT Protections
'Some House Republicans are willing to obstruct the appropriations process...just to allow discrimination against LGBT people.'
Read more
Solar Surges: Renewable Energy Jobs Topped 8 Million in 2015
In the U.S. alone, solar grew nearly 22% since the previous year
Read more
Official RNC Protest Rules Designed to Stifle Demonstrators, Groups Say
Cleveland's "extreme limitations" on protests, laid out on Wednesday, decried as " vague and unacceptable."
Read more
Holocaust Survivor and Human Rights Activist Hedy Epstein Dies at 91
Always stay human, the long-time activist believed, and never be a bystander
Read more
How Anti-Choice Groups Push Message "Directly Into Women's Phones"
New investigation by Rewire finds that 'pregnancy crisis centers' use geofencing to target women seeking abortions
Read more
Hundreds of Millions to Be Displaced by Climate Change, French Minister Warns
Environmental minister predicts mass global displacement by end of century
Read more
Obama's Historic Hiroshima Visit Underscores Nuclear Hypocrisy
'If the U.S. wants to help build a peaceful world, it is not enough to only visit the ruins of the past.'
Read more
New WikiLeaks Trove Further Exposes TISA's Neoliberal Agenda
Docs reveal trade deal negotiations have gone 'very far from legitimate trade concerns into the territory of a sweeping deregulatory political agenda'
Read more
Neck-and-Neck in California as Sanders Virtually Erases 50-Point Deficit
New poll shows Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in statistical tie less than two weeks before California's Democratic primary
Read more
Sanders to Trump: Let's Debate in 'Biggest Stadium Possible'
Sanders appeared eager for one-on-one with Trump after rival Hillary Clinton backed out of debate promise
Read more