WikiLeaks on Friday posted excerpts from closed-door speeches that Hillary Clinton gave to Wall Street executives two years ago. Source: Leaked excerpts posted on Clinton speeches to Wall Street – The Boston Globe
The company has cultivated unprecedented ties to the government not only by lobbying but sharing its digital expertise, raising questions about undue influence. Source: Google’s Remarkably Close Relationship With the Obama White House, in Two Charts
An investigation by The New York Times raises questions about the league’s concussion research and its relationship with the tobacco industry. Source: In N.F.L., Deeply Flawed Concussion Research and Ties to Big Tobacco – The New York Times
Big Coal may be dying, but its CEOs are doing just fine. Source: Coal company paid its execs $8 million in bonuses just before filing for bankruptcy | Grist
The South Coast Air Quality Management District board also voted to dismiss their longtime executive officer. Source: In One Of The Most Polluted Places In America, Air Quality Board Weakens Pollution Rules | ThinkProgress
Robert Kaluza stood accused of negligence in interpreting a critical test that contributed to the spill. Jurors reached a verdict in under two hours. Source: BP Engineer Is Not Guilty in Case From 2010 Gulf Oil Spill – The New York Times
A coalition of environmental and justice groups filed a lawsuit with a Wyoming federal court to challenge a controversial new trespass law. Source: Wyoming Made It Illegal To Take A Photo Of A Polluted Stream. Now They’re Being Sued For It. | ThinkProgress
Bees may become addicted to nicotine-like pesticides, study finds | Environment | The Guardian.
New Leak Confirms the Secretive Trans-Pacific Partnership Is a Horrorshow | Motherboard.