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07.25 Burning coal for gas in UK seabeds would flame pollution, says report [insane]

07.25 Solar subsidy cuts lead to loss of 12,000 jobs [insane]

07.25 ‘World can’t afford to silence us’: black church leaders address climate change

07.25 'The best solution? Move the Mauritanian capital': water on the rise in Nouakchott

07.25 Pills laced with deadly opioid infiltrating drug market, DEA says

07.25 BLUER SKIES AHEAD FOR OHIO: FIRSTENERGY ANNOUNCES LANDMARK COAL RETIREMENTS [Coal-fired electricity plants decline 45% in 6 years!]

07.22 Groups applaud proposal to cut methane pollution from California oil & gas facilities

07.22 Cheap and clean: Australian company creates hydrogen with near-zero emissions

07.21 Something Is Causing Siberia's Tundra to Literally Bubble Underground

07.21 India Plants a Record 50 Million Trees in 24 Hours

07.21 New Study Makes Clear: Saving Reefs Means Slashing Emissions

07.21 Elizabeth Warren Warns Exxon: 'You Picked A Fight with the Wrong State'

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US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

07.25 Mission Accomplished at DNC, Clinton Hires Wasserman Schultz for Top Post [Hillary rewards cheating...]

07.25 Debbie Wasserman Schultz to resign as DNC chair as email scandal rocks Democrats

07.24 Bernie Sanders Supporters Just Won a Major Victory at the DNC

07.24 Bombshell Report: Trump is planning to let his vice president run the country

07.24 Understanding Trump[the strengths and weaknesses of the 'strict father family' mindset]

07.23 9 Leaked Emails the DNC Doesn’t Want You to See

07.23 Clinton Inflames Progressive Base with Choice of Tim Kaine as Vice President

07.23 Hillary Clinton names Virginia senator Tim Kaine as her running mate

07.23 'The party I worked for died tonight': Republicans decry Trump's dark vision

Justice Matters

07.24 $1 billion alleged Medicare fraud, money laundering scheme leads to Florida arrests [more investigative staff—not staff cuts—could be vastly profitable!]

High Crimes?
Economics, Crony Capitalism

07.24 Trump’s tax plan would do little for the average American but a lot for the 1%

07.21 FBI arrests senior HSBC banker accused of rigging multibillion-dollar deal

07.15 Clean energy won’t save us – only a new economic system can do that

07.15 Private Equity Industry Offers Intelligence-Insulting Defenses for Long-Standing Grifting Due to Refusal to Register as Broker-Dealers

07.15 Warren, Sanders, Brown, Merkley, Reed, 3 Other Senators, Ask the SEC to Get Out of Bed on Private Equity

International

07.25 Five clinics in northern Syria hit by regime air raids, say activists

07.25 In Hacking, Russia Accused of Playing in U.S. Politics

07.24 America Keeps Lethal Nukes All Over Europe for No Good Reason

07.24 At Least 80 Dead in Kabul After Massive Attack on Peaceful March

07.23 The Arab World’s Water Insecurity

07.23 Munich attack: teenage gunman kills nine people at shopping centre

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