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Lead Military Lawyer Confirms Afghan Witnesses Said They Were Paid By U.S.

Following up on my story posted this morning about the government’s botched case against an Afghan teenager held at Guantanamo Bay, I spoke today to Maj. Gen.
Jul 31, 2020

Lead Military Lawyer Confirms Afghan Witnesses Said They Were Paid By U.S.

Lead Military Lawyer Confirms Afghan Witnesses Said They Were Paid By U.S.

Following up on my story posted this morning about the government’s botched case against an Afghan teenager held at Guantanamo Bay, I spoke today to Maj. Gen.
Following up on my story posted this morning about the government’s botched case against an Afghan teenager held at Guantanamo Bay, I spoke today to Maj. Gen.
Jul 31, 2020

Environmentalists Look to Dorgan for Passage of RES

Environmentalists Look to Dorgan for Passage of RES

Environmentalists and renewable energy advocates are looking to Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) to revive their hopes of passing a renewable energy standard this
Environmentalists and renewable energy advocates are looking to Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) to revive their hopes of passing a renewable energy standard this
Jul 31, 2020

EPA biologist says fracking may be partly to blame for West Virginia fish kill

EPA biologist says fracking may be partly to blame for West Virginia fish kill

New documents obtained by an environmental news service show that an EPA analyst believes that wastewater from fracking may be partly responsible for a fish kill in a West Virginia river. Scientific American reports : U.S
New documents obtained by an environmental news service show that an EPA analyst believes that wastewater from fracking may be partly responsible for a fish kill in a West Virginia river. Scientific American reports : U.S
Jul 31, 2020

Groups ask DOJ, USDA to make public antitrust reports

Groups ask DOJ, USDA to make public antitrust reports

More than a year ago, in Ankeny, the U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Agriculture began an unprecedented joint journey into possible agricultural sector antitrust violations. The series of five public workshops ended in December 2010 but no findings have yet been released
More than a year ago, in Ankeny, the U.S. Department of Justice and Department of Agriculture began an unprecedented joint journey into possible agricultural sector antitrust violations. The series of five public workshops ended in December 2010 but no findings have yet been released
Jul 31, 2020
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