While world leaders meet in New York, one third of Pakistan remains under water, 9 million are evacuated in Japan, the power grid in Puerto Rico goes dark and a record storm cuts off rural Alaska. DEMOCRACY NOW brings you Headlines for September 19, 2022
Judge Blocks Proposed Petrochemical Plant in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley”
Sweden’s New Government Will Be Led by Far-Right Party Founded by Neo-Nazis
Report: 97 Members of Congress Sold or Bought Stock Related to Committee Work
Pakistan Floodwaters Could Take Up to Six Months to Recede
“Climate Carnage”: U.N. Secretary-General Tours Parts of Pakistan Devastated by Floods
SEP 12, 2022
A third of Pakistan remains under water following devastating floods that have killed over 1,300 people and displaced tens of millions. During a weekend visit to Pakistan, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said he had never seen “climate carnage” on such a scale.
INDYRADIO (08sept22) Steve Bannon showed up early this morning at the Manhattan district attorney’s office to surrender on charges of fraud, conspiracy and money laundering. At his arraignment, he filed a plea of not guilty and was released without bail.
Bannon's co-conspirators, Brian Kolfage and Andrew Badolato pled guilty in their federal trial, and were due to be sentenced this month, but sentencing has been delayed until December.
Thank you, Amy for the delicious headlines for today, Thursday, September 8, 2022
Ukraine Considers Closing Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant Amid Heavy Fighting
SEP 08, 2022