All News Articles for 2016-09-19

Monday, September 19, 2016
With CEO in Hot Seat, Wells Fargo Fallout Just Beginning
"Shouldn't WellsFargo CEO return $10 million in performance pay when said performance yields a $185 million fine?"
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Big Bank 'Greenwashing' Exposed as Major Climate Week Sponsors Fund Fossil Fuels
'If these banks aspire to be climate leaders, they must accelerate their exit from coal, and commit to getting out of extreme oil and fracked-gas terminals as well'
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'Widely Violated' Syrian Ceasefire Collapses
Announcement from Syrian military comes on heels of US strikes hitting Syrian soldiers instead of ISIS
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A boy went fishing in Palangkaraya, Indonesia, while the deadly haze blanketed the region last year. (Photo: Haris Sadikin/AFP/Getty Images) Indonesia's Illegal Deforestation Fires Killed Over 100,000: Study
Illegal fires used to deforest land for palm oil and pulpwood plantations are raging again today
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As CETA Advances, Reports Warn Deal Will Ruin Economies, Cement Corporate Power
Germany's minority Social Democratic Party backs trade agreement despite 300,000-strong protest on Saturday
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Supplying White Phosphorus to Saudis? New Claims Reinforce US War Crimes Complicity in Yemen
Human rights organization also says US bomb used in deadly coalition strike on MSF hospital
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Pivoting Off NY Bombing, Trump Doubles Down on Hate, Fear, and Muslim Ban
Republican presidential nominee argued Monday that U.S. police should follow the model of Israel and employ religious profiling
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Seizing Electoral Power, Women Demand 'Solutions as Complex as Our Existence'
"Women's economic well-being doesn't hinge on any single issue but rather the intersection of several," declares We Won't Wait coalition
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Environment Minister Catherina McKenna speaks to Parliament in February 2016. Canada Scrambles to Create National Climate Plan, But May Sign COP21 Without One
One step forward, two steps back? Trudeau prepares to sign COP21 while Alberta approves $4 billion worth of new tar sands projects
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Mining Leaves a Wisconsin Tribe's Hallowed Sites at Risk
Modern boundaries complicate —and stymie—the Menominee Tribe's effort to protect burial grounds.
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