All News Articles for 2016-12-05

Monday, December 5, 2016
Has Last Shoe Dropped in Fight Against Superbugs?
Resistance to drug of last resort—Carbapenem resistant bacteria—found for first time in U.S. livestock
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An 'Abomination' of Justice: Mistrial Declared Over Police Shooting of Walter Scott
Video showed Scott being shot five times in the back while running from North Charleston police officer Michael Slager
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Career of Trump's Top Ethics Lawyer Marred by Questionable Ethics
Don McGahn is a "vociferous defender" of Citizens United , among other things
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Dozens of Rights Groups Ask Obama to 'End Cycle of Cruelty,' Free Chelsea Manning
Letter to outgoing president warns that U.S. military whistleblower is in danger due to the treatment she has received in detention
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Michigan Recount Commences as Stein Files Federal Pennsylvania Suit
"Let every vote count," Jill Stein said Monday in front of Trump Tower. "That's what makes America great."
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Sounding 'Death Knell' for Reef, Massive Australian Coal Project Heads Towards Completion
Indian energy giant Adani has secured approval for permanent rail line, temporary construction camp for its Carmichael project
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Trump's Advisers Want to Privatize Native Lands for Big Energy: Reuters
Co-chairs of Native American Affairs Coalition say they want to 'take tribal land away from public treatment'
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Carson, Who Called Fair Housing a 'Failed Social Experiment,' Tapped to Run HUD
Under Dr. Ben Carson, 'millions of low-income Americans and residents of color could stand to lose critical protections and housing resources'
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Anti-Euro Populists Embolded by Italy Vote—But Should They Be?
"Italy's no vote does not fit quite so neatly into the narrative of a populist revolt against globalization and elites"
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Snowden: Petraeus Leaked 'Far More Highly Classified' Info Than I Did
In exclusive interview with Yahoo! Global News , NSA whistleblower also points to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who lied to Congress, as example of two-tiered justice system
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With Air of Caution, Water Protectors Celebrate Victory Over 'Big Black Snake'
'We have to be ready and we will be ready but we are going to take this victory right now,' said Tom Goldtooth
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Deadly Oakland Fire Was Symptom of Bay Area Housing Crisis: Advocates
'No one should die this way. No one should have to live without proper fire safety measures in their home just to try to make ends meet, just to try to make art, just to be in the city'
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European Far-Right Dealt Blow in Austrian Presidential Election
Alexander Van der Bellen, Austria's next president, said his campaign was 'about values: freedom, equality, and solidarity'
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