Inside the Headlines with JP Sottile and Andrew Tint

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Join us 4pm CT Fridays on people-powered solar for "Inside the Headlines" to get your weekly news fix [rebro Sundays 9am and Monday 1am].

Today's three tiers include; Life On Earth? PricelessWar and Pieces, & Buckle Your Beltway (Bumpy Ride Ahead). For links to today's headlines, click "Read more" below.

1. Life on Earth? Priceless. 

How Much Are the World's Ecosystems Worth

Australia on notice over Great Barrier Reef's environmental damage

The green lawn: American staple or water waster?

Dried up: Poverty in America's drought lands

Poisoned Poor Killed In Millions By Pollution

Air conditioning raising night-time temperatures in the US

The New Environmentalism Will Lead Us to Disaster

2. War and Pieces

Changing times: Door may open to U.S. military at former Vietnam War hub

How the U.S. Lost Billions Over 9 Years in Iraq

US fired depleted uranium at civilian areas in 2003 Iraq war, report finds

Gitmo attys who have lost sleep after watching "extremely disturbing" force feeding vids

Three Troubling Lessons from the Latest U.S. Drone Strikes

Morality Can Trump Tribalism

3. Buckle Your Beltway (Bumpy Ride Ahead)

Reasons Why Washington, DC, Is the Worst Place Ever

Rivals in ‘knife fight’ for Pentagon cash

High-Speed Trading Cop Used to Represent Wall Street Giants

Sources: Lois Lerner's emails likely gone forever

Cantor’s Defeat Exposed a Beltway Journalism Blind Spot

The Right to Lie in Campaigns Is Safe, for Now.

The Only Government I Know


When Their Sad Ads Stopped Working, One Animal Shelter Tried Out A New Idea. It Saved 5,000 Dogs.

Microgrid sales rise alongside qualms about the power grid

India's Quest to End World Hunger


Inside the Tunnels Las Vegas's Homeless Population Calls Home

China’s Not So Secret War on Religion

Italian women seek freedom to marry the priests they love

 Animal cruelty activists targeted by tough new biosecurity measures

 Personality dictates social spiders' roles

Exposure to TV Violence Related to Irregular Attention and Brain Structure

 Government vs. the Juggalos: Why are we criminalizing music fandom?

 Chris Hedges Defends Himself Against Accusations of Plagiarism—and Christopher Ketcham Responds

 Defending The Indefensible: David Bowie’s Eighties Career

 How Tony Gwynn Cracked Baseball's Code And Became A Legend




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