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11/20 - NEW Medical groups back nurse who refused to force-feed inmates at Guantanamo
11/20 - NEW NC mining commission ignores public request on fracking
11/19 - One in thirty American children are homeless
11/19 - Forest Service approves fracking in largest national forest on east coast
11/19 - Duke plans to dump coal ash near Sanford, NC
11/19 - Kay Hagan, lamest of lame ducks, signs on to sponsor Keystone Pipeline
11/18 - Super typhoon Haiyan strongest on record with over 10,000 feared dead in Philippines
11/18 - NATO warns of Russian buildup around Ukraine
11/18 - Four killed in Jerusalem synagogue attack near Holocaust museum
11/18 - Texas plant where chemical leak killed four hadn't been inspected in seven years
11/17 - NC coal ash comission wants consumers to pay for cleanup
11/17 - Kiribati: First nation in the world to face extinction from global warming
11/17 - Hollywood left turns out to celebrate Howard Zinn's legacy
11/17 - Rev. Barber: "We will fight until hell freezes over"
11/16 - Major firms want net neutrality - but won't say so in public
11/16 - Will American bishops follow progressive lead of Pope Francis?
11/16 - New NC in House may be 'trouble' for Republicans after comment that US should invade Mexico
11/16 - NC tax revenues down through first third of fiscal year
11/15 - Glenn Greenwald: There is genuine excitement over a Clinton candidacy
11/15 - Despite midterms, American majority is progressive
11/15 - Chris Christie's worst enemy as Presidential candidate -- his temper
11/15 - NC's Economic Development Partnership - unaccountable and unmonitored?
11/14 - Use of domestic drone surveillance rapidly expanding, report shows
11/14 - Fukushima radioactive cesium found off California coast
11/14 - State coal ash commission contains no Democrats, tilted toward industrial concerns
11/14 - Forest Service proposes opening Pisgah-Nantahala forests to logging
11/13 - National legalization of gay marriage could lead to 2.5 billion economic boom
11/13 - Climate change alters even groundwater systems
11/13 - Obama outmaneuvers Republicans on climate change in deal with China
11/13 - SELC continues crusade to clean up coal ash
11/12 - California's passage of Prop 47 reclassifies many nonviolent crimes, will ease prison crowding
11/12 - Friends of the Earth petitions NRC to release seismic data re California reactor
11/12 - The surprise was that Hagan loss was a surprise
11/12 - Ted Cruz' statements on net neutrality are dangerous
11/11 - Three-D printers are now a reality and making daily goods
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