All News Articles for 2016-09-26

Monday, September 26, 2016
Urgent Calls for Justice in Charlotte as Window for Police Transparency Closes
Blasting officials' "piecemeal" transparency, rights groups demand public release of all footage and audio recordings of Keith Lamont Scott's death
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Watch: Clinton and Trump Face Off in First 2016 Presidential Debate
Bloomberg TV will conduct on-screen fact checks of statements made by both Trump and Clinton during the debate.
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First Nations Chief Rejects 'Charade' UK-Canada Reconciliation Ceremony
'Reconciliation has to be more than empty symbolic gestures,' said Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs
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Critical Flint Aid Held Hostage as Congressional Showdown Looms
"Have Congressional Republicans forgotten about Flint? Or maybe it's that they just don't really care."
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Demand Grows for Real Debate, Not 'Fraudulent Nonsense'
Failing to tackle real issues "would be tragic—for the democratic process, and for the country."
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A protester holds up a coathanger at a demonstration against Poland's proposed near-total abortion ban. Protesters Decry Poland's Proposed Near-Total Ban on Abortion
Poland's right-wing parliament moved forward with legislation that would sentence women and doctors to years in prison for terminating a pregnancy
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Over 200 Groups Demand EPA Revise Dangerously Flawed Fracking Study
Groups charge that the EPA has "done the public a disservice" by helping promote a toxic drilling method
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US to Fail Paris Emissions Pledge Without 'Fundamental Change': Report
'This is a call to action to ensure we close the remaining gap'
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In NFL and Beyond, National Anthem Protests Spread
'Our students are witnessing the erosion of the 14th Amendment right before their eyes.'
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While Russia and US Point Fingers, Aid Groups Warn that 'Aleppo is Slowly Dying'
Rebuffing accusations of 'barbarism,' Russia tells international community that failure of ceasefire falls on US
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Global Investors to Big Food: Cut Meat to Avoid 'Protein Bubble'
Greenhouse gas emissions, resource depletion, and growing antibiotic resistance are just a few of risks associated with factory farming
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New Report Finds People-Powered Energy Revolution is Very Possible
Over half the residents of the European Union could be generating their own renewable electricity by 2050
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Audience members listen to President Obama speak during the Tribal Nations Conference in 2012. At White House Conference, Tribes Push President to Act on Dakota Access
Annual Tribal Nations Conference sees Indigenous people seeking immediate action from President Obama on Dakota Access Pipeline
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Sunday, September 25, 2016
Clinton, Trump Neck-and-Neck on Eve of First Presidential Debate
Presented with a two-way matchup, the two major party candidates come in tied among registered voters at 46 percent.
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