All News Articles for 2019-11-15

Friday, November 15, 2019
Supporters of Bolivian ex-president Evo Morales clash with riot police during a protest against the interim government in La Paz on November 15, 2019. 'This is What a Dictatorship Looks Like': Bolivian Security Forces Open Fire on Indigenous Protesters in City of Cochabamba
" State violence in Bolivia."
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Trump's EPA proposed Thursday increasing the allowable levels of atrazine in waterways. Putting 'Health of All Species' in Danger, Trump EPA Proposal Guts Restrictions on Toxic Herbicide Linked to Birth Defects
"The pro-industry zealots now running the EPA's pesticide office are making a mockery of science and eliminating key safety measures, all for company profits."
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Break Free From Plastic Movement Blasts Big Polluters on Industry-Backed 'America Recycles Day'
"Corporate polluters have been using recycling to justify ever-increasing production of single-use packaging, while taxpayers and cities are left to foot the bill."
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Irish schools students during the Global School Strike for Climate Action march from St. Stephen's Green to Leinster House, demanding an immediate action on climate change Irish Youth Activists at First-Ever Climate Assembly Implore Govt to Listen to Science
Lawmakers were told they must "work on our behalf to ensure that we—and you—have a future."
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Amnesty International Amplifies Clemency Demand for Rodney Reed as Supreme Court Considers Taking Up Case
"Killing a person creates a murderer out of the executioner, is not justice for Stacey Stites, and deprives Rodney Reed of dignity and humanity."
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A Bolivian indigenous woman, supporter of Bolivian ousted president Evo Morales, holds a Wiphala flag—representing native peoples—during a protest against the interim government in La Paz on November 15, 2019. Massive Anti-Coup Protests Explode Across Bolivia 'Against the Many Violations to Democracy'
"Do you think we are ignorant?"
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'Pure Propaganda': New York Times Condemned for Comparing Sanders Green New Deal to Trump Border Wall
"Article misses a key 'expert' perspective: The climate scientists who are saying we need to radically transform every aspect of our economy in the next decade if we want even a 50 percent chance of averting catostrophic climate crisis."
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Chileans in the country's streets marked a victory on Friday as the government agreed to hold a referendum on replacing the dictatorship-era constitution. 'A Victory for the Whole Country': Chile to Hold Referendum on Rewriting Constitution
"We are here thanks to many Chileans that have risked their lives to make Chile a fairer country."
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Opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn gives a speech on digitial infrastructure policy at an election campaign event in Lancaster, northwest England on November 15, 2019. To Ensure 'Genuine Public Service for All,' UK Labour Party Proposes Free, Nationalized Broadband
"Instead of you forking out for your monthly bill, we'll tax the giant corporations fairly—the Facebooks and the Googles—to cover the running costs."
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Must-See Labour Ad Shows When Right Wing Blames Immigrants for Everything 'You Know They've Run Out of Ideas'
"Immigrants haven't been cutting public services," wrote one Tory critic in response. "Conservatives have."
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Applauding His Record of Standing Up to 'Charter Billionaires,' United Teachers Los Angeles Endorses Bernie Sanders
"Critically, like UTLA, Sen. Sanders believes in building a national movement for real, lasting change."
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom Dozens of Groups Urge California Gov. Gavin Newsom to 'Facilitate a Public Takeover of PG&E'
"PG&E would be in prison, if it were a citizen, given how many people have died at its hands."
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Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifies before the House Intelligence Committee in the Longworth House Office Building on Capitol Hill on November 15, 2019 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) 'Witness Intimidation in Real-Time': Trump Tweets Attack on Yovanovitch During Public Impeachment Testimony
"It's very intimidating," former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch said of the president's tweets.
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Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch arriving on Capitol Hill to appear before lawmakers in closed-door questioning for the House Intelligence Committee, relating to the impeachment inquiry concerning President Donald Trump, in Washington, DC on Friday October 11, 2019. On Friday, November 15, Yovanovitch will appear before the House Intelligence Committee for Public Hearings. (Photo: Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images) WATCH LIVE: Day 2 of Trump Impeachment Hearings
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch "is expected to describe the personal trauma she endured as the administration's traditional diplomatic establishment in Ukraine collided with a rogue foreign policy operation" run by the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
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Vowing to Take on the 'Greedy, Corrupt Donor Class,' Young Turks Founder Cenk Uygur Announces Congressional Bid
"I'm going to fight to get money out of politics, and I'm going to call it like it is. You know what campaign donations are from big corporations and lobbyists? Bribes."
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'We Won't Let Him Forget': Christine Blasey Ford Senate Testimony Plays on Big Screen Outside Kavanaugh Dinner
"The Federalist Society is trying to rehabilitate a credibly accused sexual predator, and we will not allow them to forget Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh's other accusers."
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Asking Supreme Court to Shield His Tax Returns, Trump Claims He Is 'Absolutely Immune' From Criminal Investigation
"It's absolutely shocking the lengths Donald Trump will go to to shield himself from accountability."
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