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WEEKEND HEADLINES, 12/20 & 12/21/14 *** The oil company Chevron has halted plans to drill for oil in the Arctic. In a letter to regulators, the company said it would suspend oil exploration "indefinitely," citing "uncertainty in the industry." The environmental group Greenpeace says the move is "further proof that technical challenges of drilling in icy waters, where a spill is all but inevitable, push costs far too high to be viable, especially with volatile oil prices." *** An environmental defender in the Andean region of Cajamarca, Peru, has defeated the U.S. multinational Newmont Mining Corporation in court as part of a years-long battle to keep her land *** President Obama has signed a new measure blocking taxpayer-funded Social Security payments to suspected Nazi war criminals. The measure passed rapidly through Congress following an Associated Press investigation which found the United States has spent millions of dollars on benefits for suspected Nazis. The payments had continued under a legal loophole through which Nazis were persuaded to leave the United States in return for keeping their benefits *** The gap between rich and poor in the United States has reached a new high. A new report by the Pew Research Center finds the gulf between rich families and middle- and low-income families is the largest it has been in 30 years of data collection *** More later...

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