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Chemical-Related Hospital Admissions In West Virginia Have Doubled Since Water Deemed Safe
Think Progress - Sun Jan 19, 2014
It took nearly five days after a major chemical spill in West Virginia for residents to receive the go-ahead to start using their water again. More»

Photo: Incarcerated To Death: How The Mentally Ill Are Abused, Neglected, And Humiliated In South Carolina's Prisons Incarcerated To Death: How The Mentally Ill Are Abused, Neglected, And Humiliated In South Carolina's Prisons
Think Progress - Tue Jan 14, 2014
Jerome Laudman, a schizophrenic, intellectually disabled inmate in South Carolina, was placed in solitary confinement, although he was neither aggressive nor threatening. More»

'Did you see that?' Heathrow jet pilot saw high-speed 'UFO' that 'passed within feet of his plane'
Daily Mail, UK - Sun Jan 5, 2014
A pilot has reported a mysterious flying object passed within feet of his cockpit in the skies around London's Heathrow Airport. More»

NSA reportedly intercepts computer deliveries
Associated Press - Sun Dec 29, 2013
LONDON - A German magazine has lifted the lid on the operations of the National Security Agency's hacker unit, revealing how American spies intercepted computer deliveries, exploited hardware vulnerabilities, and even hijacked Microsoft's bug report system to spy on their targets. More»

Conservative group ALEC pushes stealth tax on homeowners who install solar panels
The Guardian - Wed Dec 4, 2013
An alliance of corporations and conservative activists is mobilising to penalise homeowners who install their own solar panels - casting them as "freeriders" - in a sweeping new offensive against renewable energy, the Guardian has learned. More»

Air traffic controllers forced to work without pay during shutdown
WSB-TV - Fri Oct 11, 2013
ATLANTA - Channel 2 Action News has learned the federal government is forcing thousands of local workers to show up for work, but they're not paying them because of the government shutdown. More»

Texas experimenting with secret execution drugs
Reuters - Thu Oct 3, 2013
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Three Texas death row inmates claim the state plans to execute them by experimenting with new drugs, never used for such a purpose, that were obtained under false pretenses, attorneys told Reuters on Wednesday. More»

California Bans Indefinite Detentions
Huffington Post - Thu Oct 3, 2013
Governor Jerry Brown (D) signed a statewide ban on indefinite detentions into law Tuesday, prohibiting compliance with provisions of federal law. More»


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