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08.15 RIDE FOR THE OVERRIDE

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09.28 Life is richer when we talk to strangers

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Health Care & Environment

09.30 Child Care Is Finally Getting Some Much-Needed Regulation, But It’s Still Expensive As Hell

09.30 Point of No Return: Earth Reaches 400ppm Threshold Permanently

09.30 The Streetcar Can't Save Your City

09.30 Flint Wins Funding in the Latest Congressional Budget Standoff [thanks, Democrats!]

09.30 Peak salt: is the desalination dream over for the Gulf states? [so pour the brine in the desert where it won't contaminate aquifers...]

09.30 World Bank to name and shame countries that fail their stunted children

09.29 Paris mayor heralds ‘reconquest of Seine’ as riverbank traffic banned

09.29 Mini-nuclear reactors could be operating in the UK by 2030 - report

09.28 Earth 'Locked Into' Hitting Temperatures Not Seen in 2 Million Years: Study

09.28 South Australia storms: entire state left without power after wild weather – live

09.28 New York City accelerates emissions efforts in face of daunting sea level rise

09.28 Lots to lose: how cities around the world are eliminating car parks

09.28 No fracking, drilling or digging: it’s the only way to save life on Earth

09.28 Greenland's receding icecap to expose top-secret US nuclear project

09.27 Germany Has the World's First Hydrogen-Powered Passenger Train [could aviation use hydrogen too?]

09.27 China tops WHO list for deadly outdoor air pollution

09.27 Can the aviation industry finally clean up its emissions?

09.27 US emissions set to miss 2025 target in Paris climate change deal, research finds

News Media Matters

09.28 Lester Holt Asks Zero Questions About Poverty, Abortion, Climate Change

Daily: FAIR Blog
The Daily Howler

US Politics, Policy & 'Culture'

09.30 Nation Ready to Finally End 'Detrimental and Deeply Unjust' Hyde Amendment

09.30 Undermining Democracy, Corporations Pouring Millions into Local Ballot Fights

09.29 Baltimore vs. Marilyn Mosby

09.29 Bye bye, Cable Guy: New FCC rules will make it easier to toss the cable box and cut the cord

09.29 'Trump's promises are empty': energy experts lay waste to proposals

09.29 The silence of the lambs: Why sheepish GOP leaders have been conspicuously quiet since Donald Trump’s debate debacle

09.29 Congress Avoids a Pre-Election Shutdown [another kick of the ugly can down the road]

Justice Matters

09.30 Should Prison Really Be the American Way?

09.29 California treasurer imposes year-long ban on working with Wells Fargo

09.29 Wells Fargo Announces $60 Million Clawbacks, But No 'Real Accountability'

09.28 Wells Fargo executives forfeit millions, CEO to forgo salary amid investigation

High Crimes?

09.30 Rodrigo Duterte vows to kill 3 million drug addicts and likens himself to Hitler [0:40video]

09.29 MH17: Buk missile finding sets Russia and west at loggerheads [videos]

09.29 Vladimir Putin’s Outlaw State

09.29 Children bear brunt of alleged chemical weapon attacks in Sudan, says Amnesty

09.29 Two Aleppo hospitals bombed out of service in 'catastrophic' airstrikes

09.28 Amnesty calls off launch of Thai torture report after police warning [something sick is brewing here]

Economics, Crony Capitalism
International

09.28 Killing People, Breaking Things, and America's Winless Wars [war profiteers rake in huge profits, but countries never “win” wars]

09.28 Syrian troops launch ground offensive against Aleppo rebels [video of devastation; will there be profit from fossil fuel we cannot use?]

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