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Debate: State Dept Moves Keystone XL Closer to Approval, But Does Conflict of Interest Taint Report?Environmental Groups “Shocked” by Reports of NSA Spying of U.N. Climate Talks; Michigan Activists Face Up to 2 Years in Prison for Protesting Oil Pipeline Behind 2010 Spill; One Billion Rising: Eve Ensler & Kimberle Crenshaw on Global Movement to End Violence Against Women.

February 3, 2014

    Environmentalists Urge Protests After State Dept. Says Keystone XL Would Have Minimal Impact
    Obama Issues Protections for Long-Term Jobless
    Syrian Peace Talks Face 1-Week Pause
    Activists: 150 Killed in Aleppo Bombings
    Ex-Rebel Leads 1st Round of El Salvador Presidential Vote
    Al Jazeera Cameraman Acquitted in Egypt
    Ex-New Jersey Official Says Christie Knew of Bridge Closures
    California Drought Threatens Water in Rural Areas
    Undocumented Attorney Sworn In to California Bar
    Obama Urged to Use Executive Powers to Reclassify Marijuana
    Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman Dies of Apparent Overdose


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