All News Articles for 2017-09-15

Friday, September 15, 2017
Conflicts and Climate Change Fueling Rise in World Hunger
"This has set off alarm bells we cannot afford to ignore," according to U.N. report
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President Donald and First Lady Melania Trump with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe and his wife Akie 'Spitting in the Eye of Transparency,' Govt Reveals Just 22 Mar-a-Lago Visitors
Watchdog groups promise to keep fighting Trump administration in court after it refuses to release full list of presidential visitors to so-called Winter White House
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks during the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee hearing in the Capitol building on July 19, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Warren Introduces Legislation to Save Consumers From 'Equifax Exploitation'
"Companies like Equifax make billions selling access to your data without your consent, then charge you if you want to stop them. It's nuts."
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Standing With ESPN Journalist Against Trump's White Supremacy, #NaziBucketChallenge Goes Viral
Calling out Trump's racist views, critics stand in solidarity with ESPN anchor
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Images of British Prime Minister Theresa May and U.S. President Donald Trump are displayed at a pro-migrant rally at London's Parliament Square on February 20, 2017.(Photo: Public domain/flickr/cc) Assuming Muslims Behind London Attack, Trump Again Drops "Know the Facts" Rule
U.K. officials denounce "unhelpful" speculation as U.S. president demands "nasty" response to Friday morning Tube blast
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Monsanto's weed-killer, Roundup EU Watchdog Under Fire for Monsanto Analysis Copy/Pasted into Roundup Safety Report
Ahead of vote to determine whether farmers can continue using Monsanto's popular pesticide, new Guardian report raises concerns that agency failed to fully analyze Roundup's risks
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Trump Called Single Payer a 'Curse.' Sanders Delivered the Perfect Response
"Providing healthcare to every man, woman, and child as a right is not a curse, it's exactly what we should be doing."
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Whistleblower Chelsea Manning had her visiting fellowship at Harvard University rescinded after CIA Director Michael Pompeo and former director Mike Morrell objected. (Photograph: @xychelsea/Instagram) Caving to CIA, Which Literally Assassinates People, Harvard Rescinds Manning Fellowship
"This is what a military/police/intel state looks like," says whistleblower after prestigious university succumbs to protest from Central Intelligence Agency
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