Tuesday, February 9, 2016

February 9 News Update

Water woes: Tap runs brown in Louisiana’s impoverished northeast
Unsafe Lead Levels in Tap Water Not Limited to Flint *
Sea-level rise 'could last twice as long as human history'
Ikea quietly stops selling solar panels to UK householders
U.N. Agency Proposes Limits on Airlines’ Carbon Emissions *
Californians Fight Over Whether Coast Should Be Rugged or Refined *
Half-Built Nuclear Fuel Plant in South Carolina Faces Test on Its Future *

Community support gives North Branch teachers momentum
Teachers are striking to save public education

      watching Beyoncé’s half-time performance, two Black Lives Matter
      organizers snagged a few seconds with a group of dancers and asked
      them to make the quick video.
Photograph: @jamilahking/Twitter
How activists got a Black Lives Matter sign into the hands of Beyoncé's dancers

Deadly train crash in southern Germany
Teamsters pension crisis driving deep cuts for retirees
Westminster hospital nurses ratify union contract
Low pay forces South Dakota teachers to hold 2nd, 3rd jobs
Egypt flooded Gaza tunnels at Israel's request: minister
Arab Israeli MP gets suspended sentence for police 'insult'
ISIS airstrikes by Canada to end by Feb. 22, training forces to triple
India's economy grows better-than-expected 7.3% in last quarter
Union files to represent Uber drivers serving LaGuardia
Ford to double production in Mexico
Federal judge blocks release of new videos by anti-abortion group
Oilsands giant derails full public inquiry into foreign workers' deaths
No breakfast, no care, for long-term care resident, due to staff shortage
Chipotle Meeting Outlines Food Safety to Workers and Message for Public *
Paul Aiken, Leader of Authors Guild, Dies at 56

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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