All News Articles for 2016-08-05

Friday, August 5, 2016
Environmental Licence for São Luiz do Tapajós Hydroelectric Dam Denied
Brazilian environmental agency rejects Tapajós River mega-dam, citing likely major impacts on Amazon’s indigenous people and the environment.
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Sanders Tells Backers Immediate Aim of Political Revolution Must Be to Defeat Trump
The revolution 'will continue until we create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent,' Sanders writes in new op-ed
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Spying's New Frontier: Private Firm Collects Data on 'Every American Adult'
"We have data on that 21-year-old who's living at home with mom and dad"
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Ex-CIA Chief and Torture Defender Endorses Clinton—Why Are Democrats Cheering?
'Whose endorsement would Democrats not treat as a benefit, at this point? How bad of an actor does someone need to be?'
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Baby Teeth of Iraqi Children Tell Troubling Tale of War's Toxic Impacts
New study finds exposure to heavy metals and other toxins having severe impact on generation who have grown up amid endless bombings and violence
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Could Third Party Candidates Prove Clinton's Achilles Heel?
Polls show Clinton strengthening her lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, but Johnson and Stein decrease that lead
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Melting Greenland Ice Cap Will Expose Military's Cold War-Era Toxic Waste
Study finds that rapidly melting ice will unearth radioactive waste, toxic PCBs, and raw sewage left behind by secret U.S. military base in the 1960s
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US to Give Argentina Files on American Role in 'Horror' of Military Dictatorship
Tens of thousands of leftist activists and dissidents were murdered, disappeared, and imprisoned during the period
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