All News Articles for 2016-06-28

Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Dems Refuse to Back GOP Zika Bill that Attacks Women, Vets, Obamacare, and Clean Water
"Is this some sort of sick joke?" asks Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
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Trump Just Drove a Truck Through Hole DNC Platform Panel Left in Clinton's TPP Promise
Platform committee's waffling on trade leaves Clinton vulnerable to Trump's predictable attacks
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At Least 28 Killed, Scores Wounded as Explosions Hit Turkey Airport
Apparent suicide attacks at Ataturk airport in Istanbul
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Who Got Rich Off the Student Debt Crisis
42 million people owe $1.3 trillion in student debt. It’s a profit center for Wall Street and the government. Here’s how we got into this mess.
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Repeat Oil Spills Turning Peruvian Amazon into 'Sacrifice Zone' for Big Oil
'The situation is criminal'
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US-Mexico-Canada Aim for 50% Clean Power by 2025, But Where is 'Real Action'?
'To actually reach 50% clean energy by 2025 requires making room for real investment...by keeping fossil fuels in the ground'
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Common Good Under Attack as Civil Society Groups Targeted Worldwide
Annual report by CIVICUS documents a year shaped by conflict and popular resistance.
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Abortion Restrictions Poised to Fall Like Dominoes in Wake of SCOTUS Ruling
'This decision has opened the door to go state by state, legislature by legislature, law by law, and restore access to safe, legal abortion.'
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7 Out of 10 Americans Agree That Economy is Rigged Against Them
Recent poll finds 71 percent of Americans believe U.S. economy is rigged
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Oakland Ban on Dirty Coal Kills Plan for Massive Export Terminal
Port developers were quietly planning new port facility which would have shipped up to ten million tons of coal out of Oakland each year, increasing national coal exports by 19 percent.
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Corbyn Loses No-Confidence Vote, Vows Not to 'Betray' Supporters by Resigning
'Labour has the responsibility to give a lead where the government will not.... To do that we need to stand together.'
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Global Inequality Robbing Millions of Children of 'What It Is to be a Child'
'Before they draw their first breath, the life chances of poor and excluded children are often being shaped by inequities,' says UNICEF
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