July

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Canadian scientists protest firings, spending cuts

Canada's government made excessive cuts in its environmental departments, resulting in the firing of many top scientists.

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New comic to dish the dirt on ocean pollution

The Pacific Garbage Patch is an area of the Pacific Ocean filled with tons of plastic trash, which has increased exponentially.

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How the election was stolen in Mexico

Evidence continues to mount that the recent "victory" by conservatives in Mexico's national elections was completely fraudulent and that the country's center-left coalition should have been declared the winner.

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Investigation: Fukushima nuclear disaster was “man-made”

Last year's Fukushima nuclear catastrophe was "man-made" and "the result of collusion" between the government, regulators and the company.

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At Maine-Canada border, anti-Cuba blockade is broken

The half-century-old U.S. economic blockade against Cuba was broken in one small corner of the United States on June 30.

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Heat wave, fires driven by climate change, scientists say

The very real problem of global warming is leaving its mark upon the U.S. this summer as scorching heat plagues most of the country

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Mexican elections: fraud again?

It appears that the candidate of the formerly dominant Revolutionary Institutional Party (PRI), former Mexico state governor Enrique Peña Nieto, has won, but not by as much as he hoped.

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