All News Articles for 2016-06-17

Friday, June 17, 2016
Senator: Red Cross Misled Congress, Refused To ‘Level With the People’ on Haiti Money
“One of the reasons they don’t want to answer the questions is it’s very embarrassing,” says Sen. Charles Grassley, who just finished a yearlong investigation of the Red Cross.
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Oregon Officials Call for Ban on 'Bomb Trains' in Wake of Fiery Derailment
'We must have an immediate plan to phase out all fossil fuel infrastructure,' say climate activists
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Exxon Has No Free Speech Rights to Commit Fraud, say Climate Groups
Exxon's "preemptive strike to shut down the investigation before it is completed should not be countenanced," says Union of Concerned Scientists
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Amid Phoenix Heat Wave, DNC Committee Hears Anti-Fracking Arguments
The 2016 Democratic Platform Drafting Committee is hearing testimony from environmentalists this Friday and Saturday in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Is Leaked Cable Greasing Skids for Clinton's Next Regime Change Disaster?
Nobody is challenging Hillary Clinton enough on what her plan for a no-fly zone and military escalation in Syria will mean. And the slope is very, very slippery.
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Far-Right Terror Attack Suggested as Details of Jo Cox's Killer Emerge
Cox was killed by a "well of hatred," Labour leader Corbyn says
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Caving to Post-Orlando Fear, House Betrays Civil Liberties
Massie-Lofgren amendment fails 198-222 in turnaround for House
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Protesting 'Shameful' Refugee Policies, Doctors Without Borders Rejects EU Funds
"Once again, Europe's main focus is not on how well people will be protected, but on how efficiently they are kept away."
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