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Photo: Transformer Failure At Indian Point Nuclear Plant In New York Sends Smoke Into The Air Transformer Failure At Indian Point Nuclear Plant In New York Sends Smoke Into The Air
Huffington Post - Sun May 10, 2015
A transformer failure and fire at Indian Point Energy nuclear power plant in Buchanan, New York sent smoke into the air and prompted the plant operator to shut down the impacted unit on Saturday evening. More»

Photo: NJ police punched, kicked, allowed dog to bite Phillip White before he died in custody NJ police punched, kicked, allowed dog to bite Phillip White before he died in custody
Daily Kos - Fri May 1, 2015
Late Tuesday morning, police in Vineland, New Jersey, a suburb of Philadelphia, killed 32-year-old Phillip White. More»

Photo: Georgia church sign calls for death to gay people Georgia church sign calls for death to gay people
WGXA-TV - Fri May 1, 2015
A Milledgeville church known for stating what some would call extreme beliefs, now threatens the lives of gay people. More»

House votes to overturn DC law so employers can fire women for using birth control
Raw Story - Fri May 1, 2015
Late Thursday night, the House of Representatives voted in favor of "H. More»

Photo: Experts: You Can't Break Your Own Spine Like Freddie Gray Experts: You Can't Break Your Own Spine Like Freddie Gray
Daily Beast - Fri May 1, 2015
The Baltimore Police Department's leaked report claims that Freddie Gray intentionally broke his own spine while in custody - We spoke to experts to see if that is even possible. More»

Cop Who Arrested Freddie Gray Had Guns Confiscated Over Mental Health
Associated Press - Fri May 1, 2015
BALTIMORE, Maryland - The highest-ranking Baltimore police officer in the arrest that led to Freddie Gray's death was hospitalized in April 2012 over mental health concerns for an unknown duration and had his guns confiscated by local sheriff's deputies, according to records from the sheriff's office and court obtained by The Associated Press. More»

Photo: The Death of Freddy Gray The Death of Freddy Gray
Wikipedia - Tue Apr 28, 2015
On April 12, 2015, 25-year-old African American Freddie Gray was taken into custody by the Baltimore Police Department for possession of a switchblade. More»

Photo: Rural Georgia city council votes to fly 'Christian flag' at City Hall over objections by its own attorney Rural Georgia city council votes to fly 'Christian flag' at City Hall over objections by its own attorney
Raw Story - Thu Apr 23, 2015
Even after the city attorney told them it was a violation of church/state separation, the city council of little Cochran, Georgia, population 5,100, voted last week to fly the "Christian flag" over its City Hall. More»

Photo: The Numbers Are Staggering: U.S. Is 'World Leader' in Child Poverty The Numbers Are Staggering: U.S. Is 'World Leader' in Child Poverty
AlterNet - Wed Apr 15, 2015
America's wealth grew by 60 percent in the past six years, by over $30 trillion. More»

Prosecutor fired amid reports of sterilization in plea deals
Associated Press - Fri Apr 3, 2015
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - A Nashville prosecutor has been fired after reports surfaced that he made sterilization of women part of plea negotiations in some cases. More»

Photo: Arkansas Republican Gave Adopted Girls to Rapist Because They Were 'Possessed By Demons' Arkansas Republican Gave Adopted Girls to Rapist Because They Were 'Possessed By Demons'
AlterNet - Thu Mar 12, 2015
The story of Arkansas state Representative Justin Harris (R) - whose family adopted a pair of girls then "re-homed" them to another household where one of the girls was raped - has taken a bizarre turn with allegations that the Harris family gave the girls up because they believed the children could communicate telepathically and were possessed by demons. More»

Photo: Florida officials banned from saying 'climate change' because Gov. Rick Scott doesn't think it's real Florida officials banned from saying 'climate change' because Gov. Rick Scott doesn't think it's real
Raw Story - Sun Mar 8, 2015
Administrators working for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection have been banned from using the terms "climate change" or "global warming" in any state documents, as well in meetings, on orders handed down from high-ranking officials in Governor Rick Scott's administration, reports the Miami Herald. More»

Photo: GOP lawmakers declare 'all-out assault' on marriage for same-sex and atheist couples in Oklahoma GOP lawmakers declare 'all-out assault' on marriage for same-sex and atheist couples in Oklahoma
Raw Story - Sat Jan 24, 2015
Oklahoma Republicans are fighting the legalization of marriage equality in their state with a number of bills restricting same-sex or atheist couples from being able to wed. More»

Photo: Cheney Calls Torture Report A Crock, Says He'd 'Do It Again In A Minute' Cheney Calls Torture Report A Crock, Says He'd 'Do It Again In A Minute'
Think Progress - Sun Dec 14, 2014
Before the Senate Intelligence Committee's extensive report on the forms of torture used on Guantanamo Bay detainees was released this week, former Vice President Dick Cheney was already defending the CIA's actions. More»

Photo: Kings of torture who made $81m inflicting pain Kings of torture who made $81m inflicting pain
Daily Mail - Fri Dec 12, 2014
Their names appear again and again in the US Senate's shocking report on CIA torture - two clinical psychologists who dreamt up ever more brutal ways to inflict humiliation and pain on uncharged prisoners kept in secret prisons. More»

Photo: Largest Homeless Camp In US Evicted And Destroyed To Make Way For Tech Billionaires Largest Homeless Camp In US Evicted And Destroyed To Make Way For Tech Billionaires
Addicting Info - Sun Dec 7, 2014
More than 350 homeless Americans lived in their makeshift village, 'The Jungle' in San Jose, California - that is, until police and social services raided the camp, evicting tenants and destroying their self-made homes on Thursday. More»

Three 9/11 firefighters die of cancer in one day
AFP - Sat Sep 27, 2014
New York - Three New York firefighters who worked at the World Trade Center ruins after the September 11 attacks died within hours of each other from cancer, fire officials said Thursday. More»

Photo: Virginia Court Official Tells Atheist Couple They Have No Right To Get Married Because They Don't Believe In God Virginia Court Official Tells Atheist Couple They Have No Right To Get Married Because They Don't Believe In God
Addicting Info - Sat May 31, 2014
Marriage is a right that belongs to any consenting adults. 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»

Photo: Atom bomb nearly detonated over North Carolina in 1961 Atom bomb nearly detonated over North Carolina in 1961
AFP - Sat Sep 21, 2013
LONDON - The US Air Force came dramatically close to detonating a huge atomic bomb over North Carolina in 1961, according to a newly declassified document published by Britain's Guardian newspaper on Saturday. More»

Photo: Former Scientologist and wife 'have been stalked by church for 4 years since they left Scientology Former Scientologist and wife 'have been stalked by church for 4 years since they left Scientology
Daily Mail, UK - Sat Sep 14, 2013
A Texas couple have told a court they were subjected to harassment by a group of Scientologists, who allegedly taunted them in the street, pointed cameras at their home and sent a sex toy to their office. More»

Insurer moves to drop Scientology's Narconon for fraud
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Mon Sep 9, 2013
NORCROSS, Georgia - A local drug rehab facility that's been the subject of a year-long Channel 2 Action News investigation is facing new trouble. More»

Powerful Texas blast left nearly 100-foot-wide crater
CNN - Tue Apr 23, 2013
West, Texas - Walls warped or blown off entirely, even ones made of brick. More»

Photo: Many Inured in Texas Plant Explosion Many Inured in Texas Plant Explosion
Huffington Post - Wed Apr 17, 2013
West, Texas - An explosion Wednesday night at a fertilizer plant near Waco sent flames shooting high into the night sky, leaving the factory a smoldering ruin, causing major damage at nearby buildings and injuring numerous people. More»

Photo: Agony of mother whose TWO sons each lost a leg as doctors say up to 10 had their limbs blown off Agony of mother whose TWO sons each lost a leg as doctors say up to 10 had their limbs blown off
The Daily Mail - Tue Apr 16, 2013
Two brothers both lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombings and were among the 176 injured and up to 10 victims who had a limb torn off. More»

Photo: Officials: 23 injured, 2 dead, "more devices" as two huge blasts rock Boston Marathon finish line Officials: 23 injured, 2 dead, "more devices" as two huge blasts rock Boston Marathon finish line
Boston Herald - Mon Apr 15, 2013
Two huge explosions rocked the Boston Marathon finish line at Copley Square just before 3 pm today, apparently causing numerous casualties, some possible with traumatic injuries on streets crowded with runners, spectators and post-race partiers, while a top city official said police were finding "more devices". More»

The A-Bomb off our coast
Associated Press - Thu Feb 14, 2013
BRUNSWICK, Georgia - On a winter night nearly 55 years ago, the pilot of a B-47 bomber carrying a nuclear bomb collided with a F-86 fighter jet at 36,000 feet during a training exercise. More»

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