All News Articles for 2016-06-20

Monday, June 20, 2016
Transparency Fail as FBI Retracts Redactions in Orlando Transcripts
Government censorship of attack "only seemed to encourage speculation online, and in the political arena, that the investigators might be concealing something."
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'Corroding Civil Liberties,' Supreme Court Codifies Unlawful Police Stops
"This case tells everyone...that your body is subject to invasion while courts excuse the violation of your rights," Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote in the dissent
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People's Summit Offers Hope for a Movement Bigger Than Bernie
' Once you know something you can't un-know it. Now we know how powerful we are,' said activist and actor Rosario Dawson
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Hot Mess: States Struggle to Deal with Radioactive Fracking Waste
Potentially dangerous drilling byproducts are being dumped in landfills throughout the Marcellus Shale with few controls
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In Wake of Jo Cox Killing, Voters Back Away from Brexit
One survey found that support for "Remain" had jumped to 44 percent, while support for "Leave," had fallen to 43 percent
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Mexican Police Unleash Deadly Violence Against Protesting Teachers
Nine reportedly killed in Oaxaca, days after thousands of teachers marched in Mexico City to protest neoliberal education reforms
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Clinton's Wall Street Donors Revolt After Warren Emerges as VP Contender
While "no American politician in recent history has done more to harness the powerful anti-Wall Street sentiment" than Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton has received a windfall in financial sector donations.
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Rising Tide of 'Politically Acceptable' Killings Spells Danger for Environmentalists Worldwide
More than three people were slain each week in 2015 for 'protecting the land, forests, and rivers,' a new report reveals
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Refugee Planet: There Have Never Been This Many Displaced People on Earth
Half of refugees worldwide are children, new United Nations report finds
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