All News Articles for 2016-08-17

Wednesday, August 17, 2016
Forced to Reckon with Rising Seas, Alaskan Village Votes on Relocation
"Once you see how vulnerable my community is to sea-level rise and erosion," wrote a Shishmaref youth, "you won't be able to deny that Arctic communities are already feeling the impacts of climate change."
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Green Party Town Hall Makes Case Against 'Same Old Political Duopoly'
CNN will host Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka at 9:00pm EDT
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Complaint Says Baltimore Cops' Use of Stingray Spy Tool Violates Civil Rights
Because devices are concealed from public, average mobile phone user doesn't know what's happening with their service
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Koch Brothers Waging War Against Local Effort to Expose Dark Money
South Dakota residents in November will vote on Initiated Measure 22, which seeks to remedy the state's problem of political corruption
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Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini. Sanders: Aetna's Obamacare Threat Shows What "Corporate Control Looks Like"
Aetna threatened federal government with withdrawal from Affordable Care Act if controversial merger didn't go through, new reporting reveals
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18 Years of Data Links Neonics to Bee Decline
'The negative effects that have been reported previously do scale up to long-term, large-scale multi-species impacts that are harmful'
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Snowden Calls 'Shadow Brokers' Hack of NSA Hackers 'Significant' Turn in Spy Wars
Calling leak of sophisticated spy tools unprecedented, whistleblower says things 'could get messy fast'
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Complicit in Civilian Carnage, US Support for War in Yemen Called 'Indefensible'
Citing pending arms deal for Saudis, sharply-worded NYT editorial says "American support for war" must end
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Is Another Cheney Headed to Washington?
Liz Cheney sails to victory in Wyoming GOP primary, in race for House seat once held by her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney
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