All News Articles for 2016-06-22

Wednesday, June 22, 2016
IMF Warns that US Needs to 'Urgently' Tackle Poverty
Nation's increasing inequality threaten its economic well-being, IMF says
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Senate Rejects "Hatchet to Americans' Privacy"—But Threat Remains
Civil liberties groups are urging lawmakers to "abandon this misguided effort" to address national security concerns in the wake of the Orlando shooting
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With New Vision for Europe, Rising Podemos Threatens to Upend Establishment
Ahead of Sunday elections, Spain's anti-austerity movement successfully shattered the era of two-party dominance
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Demanding Ban on Deadly Pesticides, Advocates Drop Millions of Dead Bees on EPA Doorstep
'What's happening today to pollinators is no different than what happened 50 years ago with the collapse of the bald eagle due to the use of DDT'
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Pools of Waste: Landmark Analysis Exposes Factory Farming Filth
The analysis makes clear: 'Animal feeding operations are degrading the quality of life for hundreds of thousands of rural residents.'
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Brexit Campaigns Running Neck-and-Neck Hours Ahead of Historic Referendum
Progressive crooner Billy Bragg says ' leaving the EU will damage the UK'
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#NoBillNoBreak: Democrats Occupy the House to Demand Gun Reform
Protest comes just days after the U.S. Senate rejected four gun control measures
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Hacker Leaks Secret DNC Master Files on Hillary Clinton & Foundation
Long before Clinton declared candidacy, the DNC researched her "vulnerabilities"—including speaking fees, private jets, and high-rolling Clinton Foundation donors
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Say What? Judge Says Feds Lack Authority to Regulate Fracking on Public Lands
Wyoming judge strikes down Obama administration's fracking rule
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Teacher Killings Ignite Calls for Revolution in Mexico
Police crackdown on rural educator protest spurs wide rebuke of government privatization and repression
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As Southwest Burns, Climate Scientists Warn: You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
"If we continue with business-as-usual burning of fossil fuels, by mid-century what we think of as extreme summer heat today will become a typical summer day."
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