Monday, November 9, 2015

November 9 News Update

Keystone XL – Victory!
Obama rejects Keystone pipeline, cites climate change
The Keystone XL pipeline defeat is one goal in the game, and we're way behind
Keystone XL Decision by Obama Takes Weight Off Trudeau *
Greenpeace India Says It Has Been Ordered to Dissolve *
France to Temporarily Reinstate Border Checks Around Time of Climate Talks *
Bloomberg Targets Attorneys General With Ads on Carbon Emissions *
Oil Supply Picture Has Changed Since Keystone Was Proposed *
Migratory birds impacted by Calif. drought
GM deal appears ratified, but skilled trades delay it
Ford and UAW reach rich tentative agreement
GM-UAW deal likely approved after key votes
UAW, Ford reach tentative deal on labor contract

Outspoken socialist politician declares victory in
Socialist declares victory in Seattle

The Indonesian Massacre: What Did the US Know?
At a Bali Festival, Indonesia Enforces a Silence About Its Bloody Past *

6 Migrant Workers Killed in Bus Crash in Arkansas *
Dam bursts, submerging village in Brazil
Union brings labor dispute to MU football game
United Airlines to start contract talks with key labor union a year early
Oxford Students Want Statue of Cecil Rhodes Removed *
Governor-Elect Pledges to Take Clerks’ Names Off Kentucky Licenses *
New Yorkers Face Hard Decisions After Collapse of Health Republic Insurance *
Puerto Rico’s Colonial Economy
TPP Ignores Global Warming and Allows Murder of Labor Union Organizers
Rising Left Bloc in Portugal Could Threaten Austerity Drive *
Bath Iron Works to begin early negotiations with union
Tricked and Indebted on Land, Abused or Abandoned at Sea *
No Justice, No Football on a Missouri Campus *

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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