Tuesday, January 12, 2016

January 12 News Update

Climate Insurgency After Paris
Climate change means more fear, less fun for global middle class: UBS
Dozens of whales die after southern India stranding
Automakers Go Electric, Even if Gas Is Cheap *

The US supreme court must protect the right of teachers to speak in a loud voice
Conservative U.S. justices prepared to deliver blow to unions
Supreme Court hears arguments in major worker rights case

      union members picket at Victoria Station during the last strike in
      August 2015.
London Underground users to face three 24-hour tube strikes

Central American immigrants scramble for options to deportation by U.S.
Teacher 'sick-out' absences close dozens of Detroit schools
In Letter to Congress, UE and 1,500 Organizations Oppose TPP
Tory bill could cost UK nearly 200,000 council houses, warns Labour
Corbyn plan for Labour members to get say on Trident policy 'against rules'

Canada mining company halts some works, cuts jobs in Greece
Germany arrests 211 far-right extremists in Leipzig
Canada's idle response to VW's cheating cars
No plans for Chrysler crossover SUV at Windsor Assembly Plant, CEO says
Junior Doctors’ Strike in England Disrupts Care for Thousands *
Father of Koch Brothers Helped Build Nazi Oil Refinery, Book Says *

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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