All News Articles for 2016-10-10

Monday, October 10, 2016
After Court Lifts Injunction, Government Once Again Calls for Voluntary Halt to Dakota Access
As arrests of water protectors continued on Monday, joint letter from three agencies says that Standing Rock Sioux objections should be considered
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Post-Lewd Tape Poll Shows Clinton With Double-Digit Lead Over Trump
New NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows Clinton with a 14-point lead over Trump in two-way match-up
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As Torture's Mental Toll is Illuminated, Doctors Call for US Accountability
'There will be no healing until there is justice and remedy for the victims and accountability for those responsible'
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Indigenous people gathered on Alcatraz Island to celebrate their culture on Indigenous Peoples Day. Indigenous Peoples Day Sweeps Nation as Battles Intensify for Native American Rights
While towns and cities across country abolish Columbus Day, water protectors face down riot police at Dakota Access construction site
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Wikileaks Drops E-Reader Version of Clinton Speeches Alongside New Email Dump
Emails lay bare what members of Hillary Clinton's own inner circle believe to be her vulnerabilities—from ties to big money to scandal-laden husband
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'Shameful': Another Presidential Debate Basically Ignores Climate Change
New analysis shows vastly divergent opinions held by supporters of Trump and Clinton on issue
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On Syria Policy, Critics Warn, Both Trump and Clinton Get It Very Wrong
Clinton said she would not resort to American ground forces in Aleppo, but military experts say that's exactly what her "no fly zone" requires
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Indigenous Sami people from Norway join the Standing Rock Sioux in their protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Court Rejects Dakota Access Injunction, But Standing Rock Sioux Vow 'This is Not The End'
'This ruling puts 17 million people who rely on the Missouri River at serious risk'
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New Documents Show US Knew Helping Saudis in Yemen Could Be War Crime
Officials doubted Saudi military could target Houthi militants without hurting civilians or destroying infrastructure, Reuters reports
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