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Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument News
Confirming True Intentions Behind Attack on National Monuments, Trump Plan Kicks Open the Gate for 'Mining, Logging, and Drilling'
Conservationists say courts should rule on monument reductions before the administration can "open up stolen land to corporate land barons and sell off our protected lands to the highest bidder."
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NE landowners News
Stalling Trump's 'Illegal Rubber-Stamp' of Keystone XL, Federal Court Orders Full Environmental Review
"This is a huge win for the landowners and Tribal Nation members whose water and environment would be forever threatened by this dangerous tar sands project."
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A young legal abortion activist holds up a sign in front of the National Congress Building while senators vote for the new abortion law on August 8, 2018 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. News
'How Many More Women Have to Die?" Days After Lawmakers Reject Legalization Bill, Argentine Woman Dies From At-Home Abortion
"Secrecy saves no life. Secrecy kills."
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People attend a rally against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, at the U.S. Capitol on August 1, 2018 in Washington, DC. News
Only Reason for Dem to Meet With Trump Nominee Kavanaugh: 'To Tell Him Directly to His Face That They Will Oppose His Confirmation'
Progressive group denounces meetings a handful of Seante Democrats are holding with Trump's conservative pick for Supreme Court justice
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'It Was a Set-Up': Internal Docs Show How US Agencies Arranged Marital Status Interviews with Immigrants, Then Arrested and Deported Them
"Every one of these instances is about a family that has a citizen and a noncitizen, and probably children...Here we have a trap laid out to separate them."
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Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai News
Denouncing 'Wanton Disregard for Congress and the American People,' Dems Call on Ajit Pai to Come Clean About False FCC Cyberattack
"Lawmakers are rightly demanding answers. But they should also act immediately to overrule Ajit Pai's corrupt gutting of net neutrality."
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Google Tracking User Data Even When 'Location History' Is Off: AP
New investigation by Associated Press shows how iPhone and Android users' location data is still recorded even when they have been misled to believe it isn't
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As UN Rights Chief Warns Trump's Press Attacks 'Close to Incitement of Violence,' Newspapers Ready Coordinated Response
Trump's anti-media rhetoric could "set in motion a chain of events which could quite easily lead to harm being inflicted on journalists just going about their work."
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Alex Jones, a right-wing radio host and conspiracy theorist, in 2017. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP) Views
Alex Jones Is Far From the Only Person Tech Companies Are Silencing
Facebook, Twitter, Apple and other companies routinely silence voices in marginalized communities around the world that struggle to be heard in the first place, replicating their offline repression
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Missourians See 'Right-to-Work' for What It Is: An Assault on Workers
Such measures jeopardize unions' ability to give workers a meaningful voice in the workplace
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