Articles of Interest, June 18, 2012

Very busy day, just want to get ’em up, so little description creativity today.

“Schneiderman [NYSAG] crushes Koch Brothers in climate change lawsuit”

“Full Body Scan Technolgy Deployed in Street-Roving Vans”

“Forty Years After Watergate, Many Legal Reforms Rolled Back”

NY Gov. Cuomo to experiment with fracking in the poorest parts of NY.

“As America grows more polarized, conservatives increasingly reject science and rational thought”

“The Bo Robinson center in New Jersey is as large as a prison and is intended to help inmates re-enter society. But The New York Times found that drugs, gangs and sexual abuse are rife behind its walls.”

“A former L.A. cop calls for legalizing drugs”

Study: CEOs Who Fired Most Workers Earned Highest Pay

“Google calls increasing requests to remove political content ‘alarming’”

“Christian missionaries with pig’s head crash Arab-American festival in Michigan”

“Family Net Worth Drops to Level of Early ’90s, Fed Says”

“24-Year-Old Gets 3 Life Terms in Prison for Witnessing a Drug Deal: The Ugly Truth of Mandatory Drug Sentencing”

“Harvard professor on American society: Everything is up for sale”

“Athens HIV infections rise 1,450 percent after authorities canceled needle exchange program”

“Supreme Court rejects case on alleged torture of U.S. citizen”


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