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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 7/31/15 *** Oregon, law enforcement officers have removed Greenpeace activists who spent 40 hours suspended from a bridge in order to block an icebreaking ship commissioned by oil giant Shell from leaving for the Arctic. Hundreds of activists have been gathering on the bridge and in kayaks since Tuesday night in efforts to stop Shell's plans to drill in the remote Chukchi Sea. Early Thursday morning, the suspended Greenpeace activists successfully forced Shell's ship to turn back to port in a showdown that grabbed international headlines *** The world's largest group of psychologists is reportedly poised to ban future involvement with U.S. military interrogations, ending the association's long-running complicity in post-9/11 torture. According to James Risen of The New York Times, the board of the American Psychological Association is expected to recommend the new ethics rules at its annual meeting next week *** More tomorrow

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