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07.03 George Lakoff: Why Pope Francis Killed It on Addressing Climate Change

07.03 This dome in the Pacific houses tons of radioactive waste – and it's leaking

07.03 Jairam Ramesh: India can't remain on the path of further destruction

07.03 Greenpeace and utilities launch suit against Hinkley nuclear plant

07.03 New study warns of dangerous climate change risks to the Earth’s oceans [ginormous graphic]

07.03 BP set to pay largest environmental fine in US history for Gulf oil spill

07.02 Australia must cut carbon emissions by 30% by 2025, says Climate Change Authority

07.02 Germany to mothball largest coal power plants to meet climate targets

07.02 Supreme Court Decision Unlikely to Stall the Shift Away from Coal Plants

07.02 Hope for Alzheimer's treatment as researchers find licensed drugs halt brain degeneration

07.02 The Death Treatment

07.01 Rich countries' $100bn promise to fight climate change 'not delivered'

07.01 Climate change a security risk second only to terrorism, says defence report

07.01 China makes carbon pledge ahead of Paris climate change summit

07.01 Brazil announces massive reforestation and renewable energy plan with US

07.01 Are we on the brink of an electric car revolution?

07.01 Billions have no access to toilets, says World Health Organisation report

News Media

07.02 This despicable “O’Reilly Factor” segment exposes the fundamental ugliness of the right-wing worldview [5:24 video]

07.01 How Chris Christie trapped himself in a political quandary [A paper-of-record spreads an old Social Security lie]

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US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

07.03 Elizabeth Warren Reams Private Accreditor Who Certified Corinthian College Up to Its End [6:17 video]

07.03 Economic exodus means two-thirds of Puerto Ricans may soon live in US

07.02 America’s worst governors want to be president: Jindal, Walker, Christie — can Sam Brownback be far behind

07.02 Bernie Sanders draws crowd of 10,000 at Wisconsin rally[2:59 video]

07.01 How Chris Christie trapped himself in a political quandary [A paper-of-record spreads an old Social Security lie]

07.01 KKK plans South Carolina rally as Confederate flag debate continues

07.01 How Seattle Is Reclaiming Its Waterfront From an Elevated Urban Highway

07.01 Affordable Housing Crisis Grows Across the Country as Apartment Rents Skyrocket

06.30 Wealth Doesn't Trickle Down, But the Effects of Housing Discrimination Do

06.30 What's Really Happening in Puerto Rico? [As with Greece, expect mass population shift to avoid local government debt-service taxes]

06.30 The GOP Fails Its Empathy Test

06.30 Barack Obama moves to double US salary limit on overtime pay

06.29 Bernie Sanders can give America what it needs: Some good old-fashioned class warfare

06.29 Puerto Rico’s Governor Says Island’s Debts Are ‘Not Payable’

Justice Matters
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Economics, Crony Capitalism

07.03 Europe’s Many Economic Disasters

07.01 How the euro became a weapon of mass destruction

06.30 Robert Reich: America is facing an economic apartheid

06.30 Europe’s Attack on Greek Democracy

06.29 The economic plan that could save America (but scares conservative billionaires senseless)

06.29 Report: Millions of dollars in fraud, waste found in charter school sector [a BIG overlooked story of the failure to sensibly regulate]

06.29 The world is defenceless against the next financial crisis, warns BIS

International

07.03 Boko Haram attack on Nigerian village leaves nearly 100 people dead

07.02 Nicholas Winton, Rescuer of 669 Children From Holocaust, Dies at 106

07.02 Weak Power Grids in Africa Stunt Economies and Fire Up Tempers

07.02 Greece's economic crisis: 100 Greeks give their view

07.02 Hillary Clinton emails reveal powerful families' intricate relationships

07.02 Attacks on Egyptian checkpoints signal escalation in Isis capabilities

07.02 Islamic State threatens to topple Hamas in Gaza Strip in video statement

07.01 A Paradox of American Religion: Diversity Brings Tolerance [Obvious countries should learn from this!]

07.01 The United Nations in a Post-Nation World

07.01 Prime Minister Signals Greece May Accept Bailout Terms

07.01 The Hard Work of Taking Apart Post-Work Fantasy

07.01 Iran's nuclear program may have cost the country $500 billion or more

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