08 January 2018

All the news for 08 January 2018 [ 227 news items | Now showing page 8 of 12 ]

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Net Neutrality Bill Gains Enough Support to Force Floor Vote, but 17 Senate Democrats Still Uncommitted

Demonstrators rally outside the Federal Communications Commission building to protest against the end of net neutrality rules, December 14, 2017, in Washington,...   [ continue reading...]

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For Dalits, a new chapter

Earlier besieged by intra-movement conflicts, Dalit factions are coming together post-Bhima-Koregaon   [ continue reading...]

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Paid Less Than Male Peers, BBC China Editor Quits

Gracie's stand was one of the top news headlines of the day on the BBC itself and on other British media. The post Paid Less Than Male Peers, BBC Chin...   [ continue reading...]

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Peak Oil Review: January 8, 2018

The first week of the new year saw much activity related to the energy markets. Oil prices continued to climb with NY futures closing at $62.01 on Thursday...   [ continue reading...]

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Robert Reich: Just How Stupid Is Trump?

His cabinet thinks he's an imbecile, but it would be dangerous to underestimate him. For more than a year now, I’ve been hearing from people in...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump 'Could Be Sending People to Their Deaths,' Advocates Warn, After 200,000 Salvadorans Told to Get Out

Jessica Corbett, staff writerIn a move that triggered an immediate protest outside the White House and that advocates say "stands out as among the most cruel to...   [ continue reading...]

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Democrats Can’t Win By Courting Conservative White Voters

Some on the left remain fixated on the mystery of why public policies that harm working people are often enabled by the votes of working people. Indeed, a sign...   [ continue reading...]

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On Imagination, Attention and Resisting “Electronic Enchantments”

On the other end, from the point of view of the receiver or the consumer, we are so glutted, so saturated with products, stimuli, you know, just information, th...   [ continue reading...]

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“For Madams Only”: Facebook groups and the politics of migrant domestic work in Egypt

Despite endless talk of its ‘democratising’ potential, Facebook does not automatically give “Mai...   [ continue reading...]

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Will Self-Driving Cars Usher in a Transportation Utopia or Dystopia?

Innovation visionaries say electric, self-driving, shared cars will soon revolutionize the way humans move about. But experts caution that unless this paradigm...   [ continue reading...]

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How to Assess a Vendor's Data Security

Perhaps you’re an office manager tasked with setting up a new email system for your nonprofit, or maybe you’re a legal secretary for a small firm an...   [ continue reading...]

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Clean Energy Sources Manage to Cut Electricity Bill in Chile

A 75 percent drop in electricity rates, thanks to a quadrupled clean generation capacity, is one of the legacies to be left in Chile by the administration of Mi...   [ continue reading...]

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Centre Urges SC to Modify Order on Mandatory Playing of National Anthem in Cinema Halls

The court had justified that playing the anthem in movie halls allowed the public to express their 'love for the motherland'. The post Centre Urges SC to Modify...   [ continue reading...]

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Quaker group honored by Yad Vashem for helping Jews during Holocaust is now banned from Israel

The 101-year-old American Friends Service Committee, or AFSC, is barred from Israel by the government because it supports boycotts on behalf of Palestinians, ma...   [ continue reading...]

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Iran: Deaths of Detained Protesters Raise Concerns of Ill-Treatment

(Beirut) – New reports of deaths in detention in Iran raise grave concerns about the treatment of thousands of people arrested during the widespread prote...   [ continue reading...]

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US Military Bases: The Polluter Is Not Paying

My nephew, an Army veteran who spent most of his 20 plus years military service as an officer in South Korea, is now a civilian military contractor living on a...   [ continue reading...]

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As Trump Enjoys 'Executive Time,' GOP Minions Relentless in 'Wrecking of America'

Jake Johnson, staff writerPresident Donald Trump may insist that he has very little time to watch television due to the many hours he supposedly devotes to read...   [ continue reading...]

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Election Commission Rejects Ajay Maken’s Petition Opposing Nomination of AAP RS Candidate

The Delhi Congress president had accused N.D. Gupta of holding an office of profit at the time of filing his nomination. The post Election Commission Rejects Aj...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Trump Keeps Telling the World 'I’m Smart'

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File President Donald Trump, accompanied by Republican congressmen and members of his cabinet, departs after speaking at a new...   [ continue reading...]

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Digging In: Land Rights, Food Sovereignty and a Pop-Up Restaurant in Detroit

Meiko Krishok, a young entrepreneur running a popular eatery in Detroit, is navigating the challenges of doing business and serving healthy food in a city exper...   [ continue reading...]

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