Monday, November 28, 2016

Week In Review Extra--Fidel

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November 28 News Update

With Thanksgiving leftovers, our news plate over flows

Protesters block highway 1806 in Mandan during a protest
      against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline near the Standing
      Rock Indian Reservation, North Dakota, on Wednesday.
Standing Rock Thanksgiving: a day of mourning, resistance and Jane Fonda
Standing Rock: injured protester's father says police account 'bogus nonsense'
Power Imbalance at the Pipeline Protest *
The Conflicts Along 1,176 Miles of the Dakota Access Pipeline *
US army orders eviction of Dakota pipeline protesters' camp, tribe says
Hundreds of veterans joining Standing Rock protest
Tribe asks pipeline opponents to boycott Bismarck businesses

Perils of Climate Change Could Swamp Coastal Real Estate *
Trump to scrap Nasa climate research in crackdown on ‘politicized science’


Trump's tax plan: massive cuts for the 1% will usher 'era of dynastic wealth'

Black-White Earnings Gap Returns to 1950 Levels
Here's how that GE Appliances labor contract vote split
Construction Collapse in Southeast China Kills Dozens at Power Plant *
In a California Valley, Healthy Food Everywhere but on the Table *
Betsy DeVos, billionaire philanthropist, picked as Trump education secretary
Nicaragua canal: in a sleepy Pacific port, something stirs
European Parliament Votes to Suspend Talks With Turkey on E.U. Membership *
A Battle to Change Medicare Is Brewing, Whether Trump Wants It or Not *
U.S. Seeks Death for Charleston Suspect, but Families Don’t *
Choke Point: The High Cost of an Aging River Lock *
Hundreds of churches offer sanctuary to undocumented migrants after election
AFSCME launches new labor history website
Letter Carriers hail postal surplus, call for reform
Nova Scotia Teachers on the Verge of Strike
Greek public sector workers strike against EU/IMF reforms
NLRB finds Delphi union’s charges have merit

Trump Claims ‘Millions’ Voted Illegally, Citing No Evidence *



Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.