Wednesday, October 21, 2015

October 21 News Update

Trudeau win marks shift in Canadian green policies, but not on Keystone
Japan acknowledges possible radiation casualty at Fukushima nuclear plant
Fracking can cause nearby abandoned wells to leak methane: study
Monarchs get help from unlikely source: California's drought
Half-Century Later, US Promises to Clean Up Spanish Nuke Accident
Signs of support for UAW-FCA contract voting

More than half of US states report job losses in September
Missouri leads states losing jobs in September
Harley-Davidson will cut production and jobs after earnings miss

NDP left looking for answers after crushing collapse in support
Federal election results 2015

Steelworkers face contract cuts amid autoworker gains
Goldcorp agrees to improve labor conditions at Argentina mine: union
Adjunct faculty at Hamline seek support for first contract
Snubbing Xenophobia, German City Elects Pro-Refugee Stabbing Victim as Mayor
SF reaffirms city is immigrant sanctuary
Steelmaker cuts 1,200 UK jobs, blames China
Concerns grow as Puerto Rico debates fiscal control board
Congressional fight over defense bill intensifies
Republicans warn Obama not to veto defense policy bill
U.S. approves $11.25 billion warship sale to Saudi Arabia
As ConAgra leaves, Omaha recalls the historic site lost
NATO shows off its military muscle in 30-nation exercise
Union-Made Halloween Candy Shopping List
Florida Medical Center RNs to Hold Informational Picket Wednesday 
In Ireland, abortion debate takes center stage before election
St. Louis Officials Believe Arsons at 6 Black Churches Are Linked *
Takata and Honda Kept Quiet on Study That Questioned Airbag Propellant *
The Myth of Welfare’s Corrupting Influence on the Poor *

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.

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