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Norfolk Southern Argued Against “Emotional Evocations of ‘Deadly Chemicals’” After 2005 Derailment

 

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Norfolk Southern Argued Against “Emotional Evocations of ‘Deadly Chemicals’” After 2005 Derailment

Daniel Boguslaw, Lee Fang

After East Palestine, as in 2005, harmful chemical releases are unlikely to affect the rail company’s stock price or bottom line.

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Bristling Under Progressive Mayor, St. Louis Police Seek State Takeover

Akela Lacy

Police unions have rallied around Missouri Senate Bill 78, which would reinstate a Civil War-era system of state oversight.

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Advocates Demand Oversight and Accountability for U.S. Arms Trade

Nick Turse

The war in Ukraine has proven that transparency is possible when it comes to weapons transfers. The Arms Sales Accountability Project wants to make it the norm.

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Tucker Carlson Deserves a Raise for His Shameless Lies

Jon Schwarz

Carlson’s job is to make money for Fox, not tell the truth.

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How Progressive Democrats Were Railroaded in the Primaries by AIPAC and Allied Groups

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