All News Articles for 2016-08-03

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
With Clinton at Helm, Democratic Party Again a 'Plaything of the Super-Rich'
Back-to-back fundraisers with Hollywood elite and fossil fuel industry hope to boost an already sizable war chest
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NYPD Chief Bill Bratton Out, But 'Broken Windows' Continues
Democracy Now! segments look at the 'key architect of programs that have terrorized our communities for decades' and where he's headed next
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From Rio, Olympic Refugee Team Urges Compassion for Displaced People
"It's only a name to be a refugee"
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What Khizr Khan Said That Wasn't About Trump and You Probably Won't Hear
Fresh interview comes as US expands its bombing campaign in Libya
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In Wealthy Vancouver, Mayor Promises to Turn Tent City into Subsidized Housing
Tent city raised awareness of devastating homelessness in Canada's priciest real estate market
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Monsanto Bayer merger Sum of Us Bayer-Monsanto Merger Is 'Five-Alarm Threat' to Food and Farms: Legal Experts
White paper from two former Justice Department officials warns merger would violate antitrust laws and lessen competition
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Outcry Swells After Military Threatens to Punish Chelsea Manning 'Essentially for Living'
As whistleblower faces further punishment for suicide attempt, tens of thousands petition U.S. Army to drop new charges and provide adequate healthcare
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Our Revolution Marches On as Washington's Jayapal Nabs Primary Win
Endorsed by Bernie Sanders, Pramila Jayapal's victory hailed as "huge for progressives"
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Missoula Wins Right to Control Its Own Water in Victory Against Privatization
Montana Supreme Court says city's use of its water system is 'more necessary' than its use by a private company
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Mega-Utility Dodges $500M 'Bullet' as Feds Slash Potential Fine for Pipeline Explosion
New possible penalties add up to approximately one percent of original $562 million fine for explosion that killed eight people in California
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