All News Articles for 2016-10-18

Tuesday, October 18, 2016
With No Illusions, Says Climate Leader, Clinton Must Be Elected—Then Fiercely Confronted
The day after the election, the climate movement will 'need to press harder than ever for real progress on the biggest crisis the world has ever faced.'
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'I Was Doing My Job': Climate Reporter Facing 45 Years Speaks Out
Deia Schlosberg, filmmaker arrested for documenting climate protest, says she believes felony charges are 'unjust'
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50 Groups Urge Investigation Into 'Wild West' of Facial Recognition Policing
Half of all American adults are in a vast facial recognition database populated in part by driver's license photos and mugshots
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Toxic Economy: Common Chemicals Cost US Billions Every Year
Researchers estimate the United States economy takes a $340 billion hit annually as endocrine-disrupting compounds lower IQs, increase behavior problems and exacerbate health woes like obesity and diabetes.
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Women rallying outside of Trump Tower in New York City on Tuesday morning. 'Unforgivable': Women Blockade Trump Campaign Offices Nationwide
'We are putting all politicians on notice: Get ready to be held accountable to our priorities and demands'
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Norwegian Youth Taking Government to Court Over 'Unconstitutional' Arctic Drilling
Expansion of Arctic oil drilling after ratification of the Paris climate agreement is labeled a 'dangerous act of hypocrisy'
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To Build the Political Revolution, Grassroots Group Endorses 22 "People's Candidates"
People's Action endorses candidates who "represent families in America, not America's corporate elite"
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Hottest September on Record Basically "Locks In" 2016 as Hottest Year: NASA
Latest statistics follow several consecutive precedent-setting periods, including August tying July for hottest month since record-keeping began
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Obama's Advice to Trump on 2016 Election: 'Stop Whining'
Asked about the Republican nominee's repeated claims that results could be "rigged" on election day, sitting president offers firm rebuke
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Sanders Champions Colorado Single Payer Effort as Model for Nation
"Colorado can send a shot that will be heard all over the country and all over the world."
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Despite Post-Snowden Outcry, Report Details 'New Era of Secret Law'
Scores of legal memos, opinions, and letters from several agencies still being kept from public view
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'Massive Body Blow' for CETA as EU Trade Ministers Postpone Vote
"CETA is hitting the rocks because it is bad trade deal that only favors corporations," says Paul de Clerck of Friends of the Earth Europe
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Exxon gas station sign More 'Delay and Deceit' as Exxon Tries to Block Climate Change Investigation
Exxon attempts to avoid disclosing documents that would show whether the oil giant deceived its investors about climate change for decades
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