Andrea Germanos, staff writer
 Over 34 hours later, activists on remain on the St. John's Bridge. (Photo: Greenpeace USA)
A federal judge on Thursday said that activists with Greenpeace USA who are staging a blockade of an Arctic drilling support vessel are in contempt of a court injunction, and issued the organization a $2,500 hourly fine. In an effort to prevent Shell from starting its offshore drilling...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders addressed an estimated 100,000 supporters...
Jon Queally, staff writer
"Feeling victorious! The Fennica turned around and headed back to the port...

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Talk about powerful visuals: Ray Tensing, fired Cincinnati wannabe cop who shot Samuel DuBose in the head - we don't need "allegedly" thanks to chilling video - appeared in court Thursday in handcuffs and jail stripes to plead not guilty to executing a man over a missing license plate in what prosecutors called "without question a murder." Indictment isn't conviction, but still: The cuffs and stripes led DuBose's grieving family to hope for "some kind of justice."

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