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In this photo illustration, a Twitter logo is displayed on a mobile phone with President Donald Trump's Twitter page shown in the background on May 27, 2020, in Arlington, Virginia. (Photo: Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images) News
After Inciting Deadly Invasion of US Capitol, Twitter Permanently Suspends @realDonaldTrump
After years of resisting suspension demands, the social media company said that the move was "due to the risk of further incitement of violence."
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A view of a memorial to Breonna Taylor in Jefferson Square Park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky prior to the September 23, 2020 announcement of the results of a grand jury inquiry into the police officers involved in the killing of Taylor (Photo: Jeff Dean/AFP) News
'Property More Valuable Than Human Life': No Charges Against Officers for Killing Breonna Taylor
"Did I hear that correctly? Only one officer is being held remotely accountable, and it's not for killing Breonna Taylor but instead for shooting apartments?"
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Advocacy groups have planned a candlelight vigil outside the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. to honor the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Image: Women's March/Facebook; Illustration: Jenny Belin) News
Groups Plan Vigil Outside Supreme Court and National Solidarity Events to Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"She gave all she could, with literally all she had. Now it's our turn."
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Hundreds of demonstrators gathered at Times Square in New York City on August 9, 2020 to call for justice in the case of Breonna Taylor. (Photo: Karla Ann Cote/NurPhoto via Getty Images) News
'We Must Not Lose Focus': Louisville To Pay $12 Million to Family of Breonna Taylor, But Officers Not Yet Charged
The city has vowed to implement police reforms, but Taylor's mother demanded officials "move forward with the criminal charges because she deserves that and much more."
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UltraViolet Calls On DNC to Keep Bloomberg Off Debate Stage Unless the Billionaire Releases Former Employees From NDAs
"We already have a sexual predator in the White House in Donald Trump. Silencing employees and encouraging a toxic work environment cannot be the new normal."
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On Eve of NBC-Hosted Debate, Sanders, Warren, Harris, and Booker Join Call for Network to Allow Outside Probe of Sexual Violence
"Donald Trump has been credibly accused of sexual harassment and sexual abuse by dozens of women. We, as a party, have to offer voters a clear and unquestionable difference come November when it comes to these important issues."
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'Shame on Facebook': Ad Campaign Condemns Company's Sponsorship of Federalist Society Dinner Honoring Brett Kavanaugh
"Brett Kavanaugh is an imminent threat to reproductive rights and health care access. But that doesn't seem to bother Facebook."
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E. Jean Carroll News
As Mueller Testifies, Trump Rape Accuser Says She Wishes President's Alleged Victims 'Got 1/20th of That Congressional Focus'
Last month, journalist E. Jean Carroll became the 24th woman to publicly accuse President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct
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Women hold signs and chant during a rally for reproductive rights on June 09, 2019 in Sydney News
Describing 'Future We Want to Live In' Scores of Groups Unveil New Blueprint for Reproductive Rights
"The last two years," says new agenda, "have seen increasingly hostile attacks on reproductive autonomy and rights"
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President Donald Trump stands with Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, who announced his resignation, while talking to the media at the White House on July 12, 2019 News
UltraViolet Says Acosta Departure Shows 'Need to Hold All the Powerful People,' Like Trump, Accountable
Resignation of labor department secretary "should only be the beginning"
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