All News Articles for 2016-09-28

Wednesday, September 28, 2016
'Next Generation of Leaders': Our Revolution Boosts Seven Progressive Women
Sanders-backed organization raising funds for candidates at the state and federal level, from coast-to-coast
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Wells Fargo Announces $60 Million Clawbacks, But No 'Real Accountability'
"Stumpf should resign, return every nickel he made while this scam was ongoing, and face SEC and DOJ investigations."
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Clinton Enlists Sanders in Her Quest to Win Over Elusive Millennial Voters
Bernie Sanders championed Hillary Clinton's college affordability plan at the University of New Hampshire on Wednesday
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Senators Give GOP Harsh Reminder: #DoYourJob on Supreme Court Justice
'No Supreme Court nominee in modern times has waited this amount of time without at least getting a hearing. This is unprecedented'
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Climate Commitments Be Damned, Trudeau OKs 'Carbon Bomb' LNG Project
"It's not possible to be a climate leader and build new fossil fuel infrastructure like the Petronas fracked gas plant."
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'Blood and Fire and Slaughter': Critics Remember Dark Legacy of Shimon Peres
For many, death of former Israeli prime minister triggers memories of a 'war criminal' not a 'peacemaker'
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"I Called You to Help Me, But You Killed My Brother": Police Shoot Dead Unarmed African-American Man
Police in the San Diego, California, suburb of El Cajon shot and killed an unarmed African-American man Tuesday, after his sister called 911 to report her brother was having a mental health emergency. Eyewitnesses said 30-year-old Alfred Olango was holding his hands up when he was tased by one...
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Both Parties in Congress Agree: Flint Can Wait a Few More Months for Clean Water
House leaders reportedly reached a deal to fund Flint and avoid a potential government shutdown—but the money still won't arrive for months
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Congress Votes to Override Obama's Veto of 'Long-Awaited' 9/11 Victims Bill
Bill would allow victims and families to sue nations over any roles their governments may have played in 9/11 attack
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