Some of the stories from today’s Top Ten At Ten.

* ‘Significant’ slurry spill blackens Kanawha creek (Charleston Gazette)

* WSJ Editor: Intoxicated Sexual Assault Victims Are as Guilty as Their Attackers (Alternet)

* Ex-Christie administration member lobbied for train station that would’ve boosted project cited by Hoboken mayor (Bergen Record)

* Bing censoring Chinese language search results for users in the US (Guardian)

* Death by Finance (Project Syndicate)

* After Outcry, White House Extends $10.10 Minimum Wage to Some Disabled Workers (In These Times)

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