All News Articles for 2016-10-04

Tuesday, October 4, 2016
'Shameful': Yahoo Spied on Email Customers at Government's Request
Rights groups said the news proves "the failure of U.S. government reforms to curb NSA's tendency to try and indiscriminately vacuum up the world's data."
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Will VP Debate Expose Mike Pence's "Outrageous, Unacceptable" Record?
'In many ways, Pence is the more dangerous man on the GOP ticket'
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Bill Clinton Is Right, For-Profit Healthcare Is the 'Craziest Thing in the World'
Beneath the misleading headlines and corporate spin, former president gave a robust argument in favor of single-payer system
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Canada Accused of Complicity in Mining Companies' Abuse of Women and Girls
New report calls on Canada to stop financing and supporting companies that abuse and discriminate against Indigenous women living near mines abroad
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Report Shows US Corporate Tax Dodging Still Rampant, Still Legal
Corporate tax avoidance is balanced by higher taxes on individuals, cuts to public investments and services, and increased federal debt
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Top Climate Scientist: Tax Fossil Fuels to Save Younger Generations' Future
"Make the price of fossil fuels honest. Stop subsidizing them. And make them pay their cost to society."
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Amid Escalating Tensions, 40 Million Russians Practice for Nuclear Emergency
Worries of 'New Cold War' intensify as United States suspends bilateral diplomatic channels for Syria conflict
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Fracking Industry's New Plan? Prosecute Those Who Push Drilling Bans
As communities seek to protect themselves from toxic drilling, Pennsylvania industry group mulls statute to deter such ordinances
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Hurricane Matthew Slams Haiti as Experts Warn Cuba, Florida Next
At least one dead in Caribbean's most powerful hurricane in almost a decade
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Marking 10 Years, WikiLeaks Says 'October Surprises' Coming...Soon
'Our upcoming series includes significant material on war, arms, oil, Google, the U.S. elections, and myself,' said Julian Assange on Tuesday
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