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Left News: September 15, 2022 Idaho’s Far Right Suffers Election Loss to 18-Year-Old Climate Activist

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Idaho’s Far Right Suffers Election Loss to 18-Year-Old Climate Activist

Robert Mackey

High school senior Shiva Rajbhandari won elected office in Boise, defeating an incumbent school board trustee backed by local extremists.

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Former NSA Chief Keith Alexander Accused of Pump-and-Dump Investment Scheme

Lee Fang

A lawsuit alleges that retired Gen. Keith Alexander misled investors while selling off over $5 million in IronNet stock.

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When the Taliban Took Kabul, an Afghan Pilot Had to Choose Between His Family and His Country

Humaira Rahbin, Candace Rondeaux

The U.S. apparently had no plan in place to stop the Taliban from seizing Afghan Air Force planes and pilots if the republic collapsed.

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Tibetan Police Bought Thermo Fisher DNA Equipment, Chinese Government Documents Show

Mara Hvistendahl

The sale comes as privacy group Citizen Lab alleges authorities have collected DNA from up to a third of the Tibetan population.

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Lindsey Graham’s “Late-Term” Abortion Ban Is a Lie

Natasha Lennard

Graham’s bill feigns a flawed compromise while drastically increasing enforced births and criminalizing medical care.

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Democratic National Committee Edited Bylaws to Let It Overrule Convention

Akela Lacy

The new language requires the smaller committee to ratify any changes that its broader membership at the national convention wants to adopt.

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U.S. to Release Stolen Afghan Central Bank Funds to Swiss Bank

Ryan Grim

A significant portion of the funds will be transferred with the aim of stabilizing the currency, overseen by a third-party trusteeship.

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New Bill Would Protect Workers Who Walk Off the Job Because of Climate Disasters

Ken Klippenstein

Rep. Cori Bush is introducing legislation to protect workers following six deaths last year caused by a tornado hitting an Amazon warehouse.

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