All News Articles for 2016-08-02

Tuesday, August 2, 2016
As US Attacks Libya Again, Peace Group Tells Obama: 'Stop the Bombing'
"In the last seven years," notes CODEPINK petition, "Nobel Peace Prize-winning President Obama has bombed seven countries."
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New York Clean Energy Nuclear Power New York's "Clean" Energy Plan Props Up Dirty, Dangerous Nuclear Power
"We're reaching for renewables. Don't chain us to dirty nuclear."
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Three More DNC Officials Out Amid Email Scandal
Interim DNC chairwoman Donna Brazile apologized for what she called 'insensitive and inappropriate emails'
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Delaware Rules Death Penalty Unconstitutional
Delaware's most recent execution took place in 2012
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Amid Fierce Opposition, Obama and Big Biz Still Resolute in Pushing TPP
Populist momentum behind the anti-TPP movement has forced many politicians to back away from the deal
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Climate Change is Here and Now, Dire NOAA Report Warns
'The impacts of climate change are no longer subtle. They are playing out before us, in real time'
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Global Surveillance Industry Database Helps Track Big Brother Worldwide
The US is a top exporter of invasive surveillance tools, according to Privacy International
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Pope Francis: Capitalism is 'Terrorism Against All of Humanity'
Pope Francis argues that modern economy's worship of 'god of money' leads to disenfranchisement and extremism
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Wasserman Schultz Faces FEC Complaint from Progressive Challenger
Tim Canova alleges WikiLeaks email dump shows Debbie Wasserman Schultz used DNC resources to strategize against his congressional campaign
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CDC Issues Unprecedented Travel Warning for US City Over Zika Spread
The travel warning seems to confirm health officials' fears that Zika would eventually make its way to U.S. shores
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Declining Green VP Offer, Nina Turner to Keep Fighting for Soul of Democratic Party
Green Party announced late Monday that veteran activist and organizer Ajamu Baraka will be joining Jill Stein on the ticket
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Democracy on a Roll: Judge Blocks North Dakota Voter ID Laws
"North Dakota's new voter ID laws are having and will continue to have a disproportionately negative impact on Native American citizens"
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