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Young climate activists staged a silent sit-in Friday at the United Nations climate conference in Madrid News
As Press Swarm Greta, Fellow Youth Activists Stage 'Powerful and Strong' Silent Protest at COP 25
"We need climate action and we need change right now. And the time to act is now."
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Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) Views
Back to Jim Crow Under Trump: 'Lynch Her' Is Republicans' Big Idea to Deal With Rep. Ilhan Omar
The Twitter account of Danielle Stella, the Republican challenger to Omar, has been shut down.
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Former President Barack Obama in the White House briefing room on Aug. 7, 2013. (Photo: DoD/flickr/cc) News
Left Twitter Responds With Viral #TooFarLeft Hashtag After Obama Counsels Democrats to Tamp Down Progressive Ambitions
"I launched the #TooFarLeft tag," declared Peter Daou, "because I've had it with Republicans, media elites, and corporate Dems enabling fascists while denigrating those who seek economic and social justice as 'too far left.' I'd like to ONCE hear them complain America is too far right."
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A Bolivian indigenous woman, supporter of Bolivian ousted president Evo Morales, holds a Wiphala flag—representing native peoples—during a protest against the interim government in La Paz on November 15, 2019. News
Massive Anti-Coup Protests Explode Across Bolivia 'Against the Many Violations to Democracy'
"Do you think we are ignorant?"
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Massive Power, Dangerous Lies, and Why Corporations Like Facebook Must Be Broken Up
Antitrust law was designed to check the power of giant commercial entities. Its purpose wasn't just to hold down consumer prices but also to protect democracy.
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#ExxonKnew poster News
While New Twitter Policy Will Ban Green Groups' Climate Ads, Looks Like ExxonMobil Can Still Pay to Promote Its Propaganda
"These Twitter ads aren't just any political issue ads—they epitomize the art," according to a Harvard researcher who studies the oil giant.
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Hundreds of Nurses Stage Die In in Front of Speaker Pelosi’s San Francisco Office News
Hundreds of Nurses Stage Die-In in Front of Speaker Pelosi’s San Francisco Office
On Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in an interview that she is "not a big fan of Medicare for All" despite strong support for the proposal among the majority of her caucus, three-quarters of Democratic voters, and two leading 2020 Democratic presidential candidates.
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Twitter's decision on Wednesday to ban political advertising was met with cautious praise. News
'Whoa': Twitter to End Paid Political Advertising on Platform, CEO Says
"This isn't about free expression," said Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. "This is about paying for reach."
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Anti-war demonstrators protest against the announcement of a US troop increase for Afghanistan, at a rally outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles on December 2, 2009. (Photo: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images) Views
A Modest Goal: #usoutofafghanistan
The hashtag is as relevant today as it has ever been these last eighteen years.
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Women Leaders Call On Candidates to Address the #MeTooVoter Ahead of Democratic Debate
"Sexual violence is a national problem that deserves a national response."
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