Thursday, May 11, 2017

May 11 News Update

What Went Wrong At Hanford Nuclear Waste Site
White House climate change meeting postponed
Tiny, light-powered device sucks in polluted air, churns out hydrogen power
Obama: Private sector is key to tackling climate change
G7 seen urging Trump to stick with climate pact at summit
Dakota Access pipeline has first leak before pipeline is fully operational
Indian solar power prices hit record low, undercutting fossil fuels
3 G.O.P. Votes Help Obama-Era Climate Rule Survive *

        Guardian understands Labour is likely to set out a policy of a
        phased abolition of tuition fees as part of its election
        spending promises
Labour party's plan to nationalise rail, mail and energy firms

Journalist arrested for asking Trump cabinet member about healthcare bill
The Graveyard of Progressive Social Movements
The worst has been avoided – time for a Defiant Left!
Democrat loses Omaha race that was caught in abortion debate
Graduates at Florida university turn backs in protest of DeVos speech
Workers At Marvin Hier’s Museum Seek To Unionize
Kennametal union sets rally at Greenfield plant
Federal judge orders Kobach to hand over documents from Trump meeting
Racial slurs spray-painted on barber shop’s windows
The Corruption of a Dream
Some Yale teachers are refusing to eat in protest of the university
Debt Crisis Forces School Closings Across Puerto Rico *
Carl Icahn Scrutinized for Shaping Policy That Helped Him Profit *

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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