Late June 1997
from past issues
Possible Mistrial in Bear Lincoln Case
Potential juror tells court that deputy told him that Lincoln had confessed, but not to say who told him
"McLibel" Activists Win Mixed Victory Company manipulates children, is "culpable" in animal cruelty, but burger empire won other points at $16 million cost to prosecute
UFO Believers Swayed by TV, Researcher Finds Part of UFO hysteria linked to sensational and unbalanced "news" reports
World Bank Projects May Increase Global Warming Billions for smokestack plants worldwide
U'wa Tribe: Stop Oil Drilling or we Commit Mass Suicide Impasse in conflict between Columbian tribe and Occidental Petroleum
Drop Latin America Anti-Drug Rules, Leaders Tell U.S. "Certification" policy called offensive
Protests as Australia Abandons Alternative Energy New conservative government drops alternative and renewable energy
"Wise Use" Conference in D.C. Lobbies Congress for sweeping Omnibus Property Rights Act
Europe's First Desert in the Making Caused by over-irrigation, mining
White Power Movement Targets Northern Michigan Community organizes protest of planned "White Power Woodstock"
Latin America Debt Destroying Decades of Land Reforms Poor, rural majority of people find few gains wiped out
Proposed EPA Standard Finds Much Rural Air Quality Poor Almost half of all farming areas in Eastern U.S.
Arctic Natives, Wildlife Threatened by Pollution Says WWF Native infants born with levels 2 - 10 times higher
Clinton, Albright Sellout the U.N. Adminstration sides with Jessie Helms, undercutting U.N. budget and support
The McVeighTrial Sham Shouldn't we be more concerned when a man, not yet 30, decides he's justified in indiscriminately killing 168 people to make a political statement?
Stop Comparing Clinton Scandals to Watergate Gross distortions by hack commentators and journalists
Jim Hightower Unregulated Experiments On Humans
The Republicans and Asian Money Why little coverage of the GOP's own foreign-contribution scandal?
Norman Solomon Let's Play... Media Jeopardy!
No Winners in Detroit News Strike Few workers allowed to return, but public not reading papers anyway
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