Friday, January 27, 2017

January 27 News Update

Symbolic 'Doomsday Clock' moves closer to midnight
Chile's worst wildfires destroy town, total death toll at 9
TransCanada makes new application for Keystone XL
British lawmakers urge May to tackle Trump on climate change
Gore, others revive canceled US climate and health confab
EPA staff experiencing stress and fears Trump will suppress climate science
Standing Rock Sioux tribe says Trump breaking law with Dakota Access order
Red tape chokes off drilling on Native American reservations
What Trump Can and Can’t Do to Dismantle Obama’s Climate Rules *

Kansas City Council fails to advance minimum wage measure for April ballot
Union Numbers, Membership Rate Fell During Obama Years
Mexico president cancels U.S. visit after Trump wall comments
Fiat Chrysler boss: Trump ideas positive if all implemented
Poultry workers step up campaign against unsafe conditions
Labor Secretary nomination draws nationwide protests
Educators challenge tax breaks for private school donations
Betsy DeVos Gets an 'F' From Michigan Teachers
Arkansas bans common second-trimester abortion procedure
Striking Halifax Chronicle Herald reporters launch online newspaper
Right to work (for less?): Missouri moving quickly toward ‘pro-business’ status
Labor groups heighten campaign against Puzder
'Over my dead body': tribe aims to block Trump's border wall on Arizona land
Samantha Bee on Trump's inauguration reaction: 'An exquisitely tender ego'
White House Sows Confusion Over Plan to Tax Imports *

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Thursday, January 26, 2017

January 26 News Update

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe prepares to push back 
Greenpeace activists hang giant 'Resist' banner near White House
EPA studies, data must undergo political review before release
Iowa oil spill underscores pipeline risks day after Trump revives major projects
Chile battles devastating wildfires: 'We have never seen anything on this scale'
U.S. government scientists go 'rogue' in defiance of Trump
Pipeline’s Revival Upsets a Balancing Act for Canada *
Building to the Sky, With a Plan for Rising Waters *

Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore: a true cultural icon who changed the face of television

Spike in Latino Workplace Deaths Has Many Worried About Trump Era
Cuba's Castro warns Trump to respect country's sovereignty
Trump may reinstate secret CIA 'black site' prisons: U.S. officials
National Park Service staff step up campaign against Trump
Victory: More Than 1,400 BG&E Workers Join the IBEW
The Astounding Collapse of American Bus Ridership
Access’ to Buying Insurance is Not Health Coverage
Hamon pitches fresh ideas to French Socialists
Knitting store: no yarn for women's movement protesters
'Sanctuary cities' undaunted by Trump move to cut funding
Ryan says Congress will front money for wall
Trump's call for probe of voter fraud sparks backlash
Redefining a 'special relationship': Trump and May to talk trade
SEIU President On Trump and Fight For 15
Dutch respond to Trump's 'gag rule' with international safe abortion fund
Steve Bannon registered to vote in two states
German SPD's new leader Schulz level with Merkel in poll
In Swirl of ‘Untruths,’ Calling Out a Lie *
South Dakota Legislators Seek Hasty Repeal of Ethics Law Voters Passed *

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Monday, January 23, 2017

January 23 Week In Review Now Online

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January 23 News Update

As U.S. Cedes Lead on Climate, Others Step Up at Davos *
Off Long Island, Testing the Waters of Wind Power *
With Trump in Charge, Climate Change References Purged From Website *

Massive crowds
        march past Grand Central Station on 42nd Street.
Photograph: UPI / Barcroft
The largest protest in U.S. history: Women’s marches draw 4 million
10 cities, 10 marches
Women's marches draw millions in resistance to Trump
Fury, concern over Trump presidency
Women stage marches in cities across North America
Women's March on Washington overshadows Trump's first full day in office
‘We’re Not Going Away’: Women’s March  Huge Protest *
Canada officials defend US decision to deny entry for Women's Marchers
Scenes of the Protests on Every Continent *
How Marches in Washington Have Shaped America *
Crowd Scientists Say Women’s March 3 Times More People Than Inauguration *
Union members join in nationwide women’s march

Greensboro City Workers Form a Union
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Suing Native Hawaiians for Ancestral Lands
With union vote imminent, Boeing and organized labor trade barbs
Some Union workers don't show up for work at Oakland Port
Montebello Unified workers protest against potential layoffs
Thousands protest outside Taiwan Presidential Office over pension reform
India rail disaster kills 36, fears toll may rise
Trump Falsely Hits Media on Turnout and Intelligence Rift *
Governing Left in France Is Facing a Time of Crisis *
A Gathering of the Global Elite, Through a Woman’s Eyes *
Royals' Ventura killed in car crash in Dominican Republic
Protesters take control of Mexican border crossing with US
Strikers, allies pledge ‘new resistance’ as Trump takes office
Protests in Bangladesh Shake a Global Workshop for Apparel *

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Sunday, January 15, 2017

Thursday, January 12, 2017