Friday, November 17, 2017

November 17 News Update

Keystone pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of bitumen in South Dakota
Keystone Pipeline Leaks 5,000 Barrels of  'Oil' in South Dakota *

COP23 Demo in Bonn – Imagine all the people
How the U.S. Government Hid Fracking's Risks to Drinking Water
Trump sons' hunting in focus as US lifts ban on African elephant trophies
UK government '10 years late' on air quality targets
19 Countries Vowed to Phase Out Coal. But They Don’t Use Much Coal. *
The Bonn Climate Conference: All NYT Coverage in One Place *

China Craves Electric Cars, While U.S. Flirts With Ending Tax Credit *
Tesla Unveils an Electric Rival to Semi Trucks *
Trucking Company J.B. Hunt Reserves Tesla Trucks *
Metal Recyclers Prepare for Electric Car Revolution *

The Uncounted--Civilian Victims of U.S. Bombing In Iraq *

Union for school-bus drivers, company meet but reach no agreement
Facing Wisconsin-Style Attack, Iowans Stick to the Union
Heroes of Las Vegas: hospital staff called to action after mass shooting
Union drive launches at New Seasons
Precision Castparts still refusing to recognize Machinist union
ATU reaches deal at TriMet
Sinclair merger could lead to TV news layoffs
Portland City Council mandates diversity in public construction
How Millennials Are Trying To Revive The Labor Movement
Siemens' Weak Spot Leads to Thousands of Layoffs
Subcontracting: Silicon Valley’s riskiest work
Jacinda Ardern to Donald Trump: 'No one marched when I was elected'
NUS to investigate sexual harassment at universities
Scepticism persists over Grenfell death toll despite Met's final figure
McDonnell says big business sees Labour as government in waiting
NHS cash squeeze forces hospitals to postpone non-urgent operations
Who Stands to Gain From an Estate Tax Rollback? *
G.O.P. Tax Writers Take Aim at College Tuition Benefits *
As Power Grid Sputters in Puerto Rico, Business Does Too *
Union Calls On Port Authority to Bridge Gap in Airport Workers’ Salaries *
Middle-Class Families Confront Soaring Health Insurance Costs *

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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