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Report: Closing Gitmo at Top of Obama's To-Do List
Posted on: Nov 11, 2008, Source: Independent UK
The president-elect has been a longtime critic of the U.S. gulag at Guantanamo Bay.
A Telling Palin Scandal: Her Environmental Record
Posted on: Sep 9, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Sarah Palin has an environmental policy so toxic it would make George W. Bush blush.
Free College for Poorest Students Puts Ivy League to Shame
Posted on: Jul 25, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Berea University in rural Kentucky is one of the wealthiest colleges, but it accepts the poorest applicants and gives them a free education.
"There is No Such Thing as Justice Here": Hamdan Trial Begins
Posted on: Jul 21, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Salim Hamdan, the suicidal and delusional prisoner who was once a chauffeur for Osama bin Laden, is being tried by Military Tribunal.
Bush to Speed Iraq Troop Withdrawal in to Help McCain
Posted on: Jul 17, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Can the president synonymous with a military disaster put a positive spin on McCain's Iraq plan?
Will One of the Country's Greatest Wetlands Be Restored?
Posted on: Jun 26, 2008, Source: Independent UK
A return to the state of nature is planned for Florida's unique "River of Grass."
The Environmental Crime No Politician Will Confront
Posted on: May 21, 2008, Source: Independent UK
Why neither Barack Obama nor Hillary Clinton have dared to challenge "King Coal" while campaigning.
McCain Aides Forced to Quit over Ties to Burmese Military Junta
Posted on: May 13, 2008, Source: The Independent
The McCain campaign reeks of special interests.
Weapons Industry Dumps Republicans, Backs Hillary
Posted on: Oct 30, 2007, Source: Independent UK
The U.S. arms industry has all but abandoned its traditional allies in the Republican party and is putting their money on Hillary Clinton.
Bush Prepares for 'Greenwashing' Climate Summit
Posted on: Sep 27, 2007, Source: The Independent UK
For the first time in 16 years, a major environmental conference opens in Washington, hosted by the Bush administration. But no concrete results are expected.
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