All News Articles for 2016-04-07

Thursday, April 7, 2016
As Clinton 'Hustles' Big Cash Donors, Sanders Touts Ties to Working Families
'I will not leave here this morning and go to a Wall Street fundraiser,' Bernie Sanders tells crowd gathered in Philadelphia
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"Wolf in Sheep's Clothing": Rights Groups Sue Indiana Over Abortion Law
ACLU and Planned Parenthood say new law, which bans abortions in cases of fetal abnormalities, is unconstitutional and demeaning
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Lawsuits, Including RICO Charge, Pile Up for Embattled Michigan Governor
Rick Snyder also named in a federal lawsuit filed by the Detroit school board that blames the district's financial troubles on state emergency manager law
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American Bombs Killing Civilians in Yemen, Report Finds
"One of the deadliest strikes against civilians in Yemen's year-long war involved U.S.-supplied weapons"
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Revealed: David Cameron Intervened in EU Crackdown on Tax Havens
Cameron, who also admitted personal ties to late father's offshore trust, sent letter in 2013 urging European Council to give trusts special treatment
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Senate Dems Stall SEC "Fence-Sitters" Who Won't Bare Teeth on Dark Money
The message from campaign finance reformers 'is loud and clear: the SEC must issue a rule requiring disclosure of corporate political spending.'
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Naomi Klein Explains Why Clinton's "Corporate Worldview" Cannot Be Ignored
Clinton's historically "pro-corporate ideology" shows she does not have the willingness to take on "fossil fuel companies and the banks that finance them."
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New Report Details Big Oil's $500 Million Annual Climate Obstructionism
'While the world came together in Paris to embrace climate action in 2015, Exxon was doubling down with Big Tobacco tactics and obstruction'
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Sanders Vows To 'Fight Back' as Battle over Most 'Qualified' Roils Democratic Race
Clinton's new strategy with regard to Sanders is: "Disqualify him, defeat him, and unify the party later."
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