All News Articles for 2016-10-24

Monday, October 24, 2016
Undeterred by Police Escalation, DAPL Opponents "Reclaim" New Frontline
"If DAPL can claim eminent domain on landowners and Native peoples on their own land, then we as sovereign nations can then declare eminent domain on our own aboriginal homeland."
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Clinton Has His Vote, But Sanders Vows to Stand Firm Against Dem Backsliding
Sanders plans to use the Democratic Party platform—which he was instrumental in shaping and has called "the most progressive" in the party's history—as a template
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Report Shows 'Bold New Vision' for Carbon-Free Transportation System Is Possible
'We need a policy roadmap to 100 percent clean transportation,' says report author
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On Possible AT&T-Time Warner Media Behemoth, 'Regulators Must Say No'
Consumers will see increased prices and fewer choices, analysts say
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Democracy Prevails as People's Revolt Leaves Corporate Trade Agenda "In Tatters"
Rejecting the deal, Belgium residents are 'voicing the concerns of millions of citizens'
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With Corporate Tax Fight Brewing, Warren Warns Against Bailing Out Tax Dodgers
"The entire concept is a form of corporate blackmail: 'Give us our tax cut and nobody gets hurt, and you can fix a few roads'"
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Students march for climate action in Ottawa, Ontario. Over 75 Arrested in Ottawa as Youth Demand Climate Action from Trudeau
'Climate leaders don't build pipelines'
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'New Era of Climate Change Reality,' WMO Warns
'The El Niño event has disappeared. Climate change has not'
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Tom Hayden, 'One of the Great 20th Century Activist Leaders,' Dies at 76
A nation mourns a figure, described by many as 'a leading advocate for a more just and equal society'
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Children in the "Jungle" refugee camp walk toward a clearinghouse, where buses wait to transport them to reception centers throughout France. As Calais Refugee Camp Is Cleared, Fear for Children Grows
Rights groups on the ground harshly criticize UK and French governments for ignoring unaccompanied minors as chaotic clearing of "Jungle" camp begins
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In Symbolic Call for Peace, Tens of Thousands Form Human Chains in Honduras
An estimated 40,000 Hondurans participated in the actions, which took place in the capital of Tegucigulpa as well as scores of other cities
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