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by ProPublica on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

by Alexandra Andrews in ProPublica

An investigation by USA Today found that millions of pounds of meat that wouldn’t pass muster with many fast-food chains has been fed to schoolchildren in the past three years.

by ProPublica on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

by Alexandra Andrews in ProPublica

An investigation by USA Today found that millions of pounds of meat that wouldn’t pass muster with many fast-food chains has been fed to schoolchildren in the past three years.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

The United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) has opened on Monday with calls for urgent action to curb climate change. The largest climate conference in history at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark will run for two-weeks from December 7 until December 18.

by Anonymous on Sunday Dec 06 2009

 Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched through London earlier today, calling for a deal to be made at this week's Copenhagen Climate Conference in Denmark. Similar such marches were held in Belfast, Dublin, and Glasgow.

by Anonymous on Thursday Dec 03 2009

A deadly hotel bombing in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, has killed at least fifteen people, including three Somali Cabinet ministers, earlier today. Some reports say the death toll could be higher. The blast targeted a university graduation ceremony being attended by a number of government officials.

by ProPublica on Monday Nov 30 2009

by Jennifer LaFleur,

ProPublica

We've been tracking the Obama administration's promise of transparency. A story [2] in Sunday's Boston Globe shows that promise may be clouding up a bit. The Globe reports that Obama may halt the release of millions of intelligence documents scheduled to be declassified by the end of the year:

by ProPublica on Monday Nov 30 2009

by Jennifer LaFleur,

ProPublica

We've been tracking the Obama administration's promise of transparency. A story [2] in Sunday's Boston Globe shows that promise may be clouding up a bit. The Globe reports that Obama may halt the release of millions of intelligence documents scheduled to be declassified by the end of the year:

by ProPublica on Monday Nov 30 2009

by Jennifer LaFleur,

ProPublica

We've been tracking the Obama administration's promise of transparency. A story [2] in Sunday's Boston Globe shows that promise may be clouding up a bit. The Globe reports that Obama may halt the release of millions of intelligence documents scheduled to be declassified by the end of the year:

by ProPublica on Monday Nov 30 2009

by Jennifer LaFleur,

ProPublica

We've been tracking the Obama administration's promise of transparency. A story [2] in Sunday's Boston Globe shows that promise may be clouding up a bit. The Globe reports that Obama may halt the release of millions of intelligence documents scheduled to be declassified by the end of the year:

by Anonymous on Monday Nov 30 2009

 Iran announced earlier today that it plans to build ten new uranium enrichment plants. Iranian media reported that the Cabinet approved the construction of the plants just two days after the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) censured Iran for its nuclear activities.

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