All News Articles for 2016-11-07

Monday, November 7, 2016
On Eve of Election, Progressives Ready to 'Transform American Politics'
What Our Revolution and its allies really want 'is to build power—and use that power to press for change.'
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'We Can't Wait Until 2186': French Women Strike Against Pay Gap
The movement, organized by several feminist groups, encouraged women to leave work at 4:24—for the rest of the year
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DOJ to Spread Poll Monitors Thin Despite Widespread Concerns
2013 gutting of Voting Rights Act means fewer full-access election observers will be stationed at polling places
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Diesel leaches into tidal pools after a spill in the Great Bear Rainforest last month. In Blow to Enbridge, Canada to Ban Oil Tankers Off Northern B.C. Coast
Moratorium on oil tanker traffic off British Columbia's North Coast could be last nail in coffin for Northern Gateway Pipeline
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'We Are All Suffering': Hazardous Smog Leaves New Delhi Choking for Over a Week
The Air Quality Index showed showed 'off the chart' measurements at the U.S. embassy in New Delhi
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With Charges Dropped, Climate Documentarian Vows, 'We Fight On'
Filmmaker Lindsey Grayzel, who was detained after filming pipeline direct action, said her arrest is part of a 'disturbing trend'
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Another Tear Gas Standoff With Police as Water Protectors Defend Sacred Land
Latest incident comes as reporting shows pipeline company failed to immediately inform state regulators it found artifacts during construction
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'Planetary Disaster': Threat of Trump Presidency Looms Over UN Climate Talks
COP22 will establish a global rule book for implementing the Paris climate agreement
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'There Is Shame In All This': Naomi Klein Voices Rage as Reef Disappears
In video filmed at Great Barrier Reef, author Naomi Klein mourns decimation caused by 'extreme underwater heatwave'
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Oklahoma Rattled by Earthquake Near Pipeline Epicenter
Oklahoma has experienced thousands of earthquakes in recent years, which scientists have linked back to fracking and wastewater disposal
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Sheriff Joe Arpaio campaigning for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump earlier this year. 'A Recipe for Disaster': Rights Advocates Fear Intimidation at Polls from Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Right-wing sheriff, up for re-election, promises to deploy deputies on Election Day—heightening fears of voter intimidation in Arizona
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Sunday, November 6, 2016
Clinton Rolls Eyes, Trump Lashes Out as Comey Announces FBI Found Nothing New
After injecting himself into final weeks of contentious campaign with vague statement last month, director tells Congress no charges will be coming based on probe
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