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Most of us acknowledge that things are getting worse faster than previously predicted, and that human-caused greenhouse gas emissions have likely played a major role in this...Craig Rosebraugh's documentary Greedy Lying Bastards (there's a not-at-all
Fredrik Von Erichsen/EPA Animal rights activists are planningdirect action against any airline that agrees to bring a consignment of beagles into the UK, where they will be used to test new medicines, the Guardian has learned. A facility in Sweden
Rubin of being a member of cells of the Earth Liberation Front and Animal Liberation Front known as The Family based in Eugene. Investigators blame the cells for 20 fires across the West from 1996 to 2001 that did $40-million damage. Among the group'
Nev. (AP) An animal rights group is urging federal inspectors to fine Charles River Laboratories nearly $200,000 after the firm reported four more monkeys and other research animals died at its testing labs in Nevada and elsewhere since 2009. Leaders
Canadian 'eco-terrorist' surrenders in US AfterMs Rubin's surrender, two members of the cell remain at large A Canadian woman accused of involvement in the "largest eco-terrorism case" in the US history has surrendered after a decade on the run.
An alleged former member of two militant environmental groups, she faces federal arson and conspiracy charges. Washington After a decade on the run, a fugitive in the largest eco-terrorism case in US history has turned herself in to the Federal
A landmark report to be released on Thursday by an independent inquiry led by Lord Justice Leveson could make recommendations that change Britain's media landscape irrevocably. Media moguls are waiting with bated breath to see if Brian Leveson will
May 20-21 after he boasted that he had two homemade explosives hidden in his Chicago residence in a hollowed-out Harry Potter book. But a police search of the home in the 3600 block of North Odell Avenue turned up no bombs. Senakiewicz pleaded guilty
They offer additional insight into a disturbing pattern of FBI activity misrepresenting political activists as terrorists and manufacturing domestic terrorism threats where none exist. Juxtapose this with militia extremists and white supremacists,