All News Articles for 2016-10-03

Monday, October 3, 2016
Feds' Proposal on Tracking Deaths in Custody Shows Lack of Desire to Change 'Status Quo in Policing'
DOJ proposal includes shifting reporting requirement from state to federal authorities, and rights groups say that's a mistake
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In Boon for Big Pharma, TTIP Would Lock In High Drug Prices: Report
'Unfortunately, trade agreements have become one more mechanism for drug corporations to expand their monopoly power'
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NY Attorney General to Trump Foundation: Stop Raising Money Now
Schneiderman's office says continued failure to comply with state law 'shall be deemed to be a continuing fraud upon the people of the state of New York'
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Ex-CIA Detainees Describe 'Terrifying' Unreported Torture Techniques
New reports from Human Rights Watch shed further light on program the government fought for years to keep hidden from public
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Tens of Thousands in Streets, on Strike in Poland Over Draconian Abortion Ban
Solidarity protests were also held in Paris, Berlin, Brussels, London, and elsewhere in Europe and the United States
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As DAPL Protesters Brace for Winter, Feds Say No Evictions From Encampment
'We're not leaving until we defeat this big black snake'
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Blow for Transparency as Supreme Court Rejects Wisconsin Corruption Case
"Today's decision means that, for now, the people of Wisconsin will not know what special interests are secretly bankrolling their politicians"
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'Unspeakably Sad': Colombia Voters Narrowly Reject Landmark Peace Deal
The areas most affected by the conflict overwhelmingly voted "Yes" for peace
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32 Arrested After 200 Iowa #NoDAPL Protesters Dismantle Security Fence in Bid to Disrupt Pipeline Drilling
An indigenous delegation from the Sacred Stone Camp at Standing Rock joined family farmers, students, and everyday Iowans on the banks of the Mississippi River Saturday
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WikiLeaks Cancels 'October Surprise' Announcement Over Security Concerns
Founder Julian Assange still expected to give a speech on Tuesday morning to coincide with organization's 10-year anniversary
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