|Using the recent floods as an excuse, property-rights advocates are quietly pushing for quick passage of a bill that would gut protection of endangered species|
|by Nicholas Wilson Jury questioning began May 5, as judge imposes total gag order on case; Lincoln letter to the editor; with few Native American candidates available for jury duty, attorney and tribal judge explains why Native people have reason to distrust white justice|
|by Gustavo Gonzalez Concern because holes usually appear in autumn|
|by Estrella Gutierrez Aspects of economy in Mexico and Central America harken back to the days of slave labor|
|by Melissa Mitchell Economics and politics have historically interfered with common-sense solution|
|by David Hare A handful of survivors have come forward to tell a story of a quarry in Buchenwald where loot was stashed, raising still more questions about the missing Nazi gold|
|by Diego Cevallos Current efforts to reform Mexican drug interdiction programs are window dressing for Clinton visit, and mean little in a county where organized crime spends more than $800 million in bribes to Mexican authorities each year|
|by Bert Wilkinson With about 30 percent of Guyana, farmed out to timber companies, loggers are lining up to attack the rain forest|
|by Pratap Chatterjee 32 percent of the dams in the United States have a "high" or "significant" potential for problems|
|Children and women under INS detention are generally given inadequate information about their legal rights and frequently cannot obtain information in a language they understand, while new law permits the INS, for the first time, to immediately deport anyone entering the United States with inadequate documentation|
|by Farhan Haq Labor monitoring groups say that the health and rights of hundreds of young Vietnamese women who make toys distributed by McDonald's have been severely violated|
|by Yvette Collymore Corporate codes of conduct won't end the exploitation of child workers|
|by Robert Bryce Gold fever is sweeping the globe in an unprecedented surge in exploration and production, but environmental damage may be irreparable|
|After Esquire magazine killed a short story in fear of offending Chysler, SPJ President said it's increasingly distressing that otherwise responsible journalists are allowing advertisers, using financial pressure, to determine editorial content|
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