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Foreign Policy: The U.N. Official Who Blew the Lid off Central African Republic Sex Scandal Vindicated

December 17, 2015

Anders Kompass was cleared of charges that he improperly gave the French a confidential paper documenting sexual abuse in the Central African Republic.

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FOX News: Planned UN ‘hub’ in Washington aims to influence US counterterrorism strategy

November 20, 2015

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EXCLUSIVE:  The chief United Nations human rights agency, with the Obama administration’s apparent blessing, is creating a new “regional hub” for itself in Washington, to use as a center for organizing against the death penalty, among other things, and for affecting the legal frameworks, policies, and strategies of American counterterrorism. 

Defense One: Intelligence Whistleblowers Need More Protection, Advocate Group Argues

November 13, 2015

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A new report criticizes the White House for its heavy use of the 1917 Espionage Act amid complaints of retaliation against whistleblowers in the Defense and Justice Departments.

The Washington Post: “That one was definitely alive”: An undercover video at one of the nation’s biggest pork processors

November 13, 2015

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Months worth of footage have raised serious concerns about the conditions at one of the largest pork processors in the U.S., and started a government investigation.

Inside Climate News: Exxon Sowed Doubt About Climate Science for Decades by Stressing Uncertainty

October 27, 2015

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As he wrapped up nine years as the federal government's chief scientist for global warming research, Michael MacCracken lashed out at ExxonMobil for opposing the advance of climate science.

Vice News: Whistleblowers in Peril as Government Policies Shaft Press Freedoms

October 27, 2015

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In the United Nation's first wide-scale review of whistleblower protections worldwide, a special rapporteur appointed by the Secretary-General has cited governments and organizations, among them the UN itself, for failing to do enough to shield those who reveal secrets in the public interest.

Alternet: 25 Years After America's Biggest Nuclear Cleanup Project Began, Not a Single Drop of Waste Has Been Treated

October 27, 2015

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The largest and most costly U.S. environmental cleanup project has been dogged for years by worries about an accidental nuclear reaction or a spill of toxic materials that could endanger residents nearby, as well as a history of contractor retaliation against workers who voice worries about persistent safety risks.

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