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Glaciers Are Melting Slowly but Surely - Truthdig

Glaciers Are Melting Slowly but Surely - Truthdig: Expert Reporting, Current News, Provocative Columnists

Greenpeace February 2012 Photo of the Month - The Rainbow Warrior sails by the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor

Greenpeace February 2012 Photo of the Month - The Rainbow Warrior sails by the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor

Greenpeace March 2012 Photo of the Month - what remains of Kayford Mountain in West Virginia after surface mining.

Greenpeace March 2012 Photo of the Month - what remains of Kayford Mountain in West Virginia after surface mining.

Greenpeace August 2011 Photo of the Month - "Melting Vitruvian Man"

Greenpeace August 2011 Photo of the Month - "Melting Vitruvian Man"

Lockdown, USA: Lessons From the Boston Marathon Manhunt - Truthdig

What is needed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon tragedy is careful reflection about what locking down an entire city means -- not just for the future of urban living, but for democracy itself.

NSA 'developing quantum computer'

NSA 'developing quantum computer'

1984 - The National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland: The organisation has allegedly been spying on European leaders and .

Endless War on Terror Far From Noble Cause: William Pfaff

William Pfaff: Endless War on Terror Far From Noble Cause - Truthdig

Greenpeace July 2011 Photo of the Month - Yellowstone River Oil Spill

Greenpeace July 2011 Photo of the Month - Yellowstone River Oil Spill

The title, “Globalizing Torture,” says it all. This meticulous accounting of the network of torture chambers that the United States has authorized in more than 54 nations is a damning indictment that should make all of us in this country cringe with shame.

America’s Global Torture Network: When it comes to torture in the post era, the record of the United States is so appalling that one must question our claimed abhorrence of the barbarism of other nations.

Arctic Melt Speeding Up - Truthdig

Arctic melt speeding up - It’s long been established that Arctic ice is on the retreat but it’s the pace of change that’s surprising scientists: latest studies show the region is at its warmest for years.

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