All News Articles for 2016-11-04

Friday, November 4, 2016
Federal Judge Slams Trump Campaign with Restraining Order
Voting rights advocates says lawsuit has "significantly lessened the chances of Trump-driven voter intimidation on Election Day"
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With Voting Rights Protections Gutted, Polling Places Shuttered on 'Massive Scale'
'Polling place closures are a particularly common and pernicious tactic for disenfranchising voters of color,' says civil rights group
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To Reclaim Democracy, New Lawsuit Aims to Be 'Death of the Super PAC'
"For too long, opponents of campaign finance reform have set the agenda in the courts. Today, we're taking back the initiative."
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Congressman Warns US Could Be Prosecuted for War Crimes in Yemen
U.S. may be violating laws of war 'if U.S. personnel are not aware if targets are civilian or military...or if the operation is even militarily necessary'
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Two Top Allies of Trump Surrogate Chris Christie Found Guilty for Role in Bridgegate
Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly found guilty of conspiracy and fraud
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'Pipelines Leak': Expert Finds Government Downplayed DAPL Impact on Tribe and Water
Standing Rock Sioux chairman says Army Corps must deny pipeline crossing easement, in light of new review
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US Airstrikes in Afghanistan Kill at Least 30 Civilians
'This was a horrible incident,' said Kunduz governor
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A Prayer for People and Planet: 500 Clergy Hold 'Historic' Mass Gathering for Standing Rock
Roughly a hundred protesters and clergy members shut down the North Dakota state Capitol with a lawn prayer circle
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Latest Election Poll Finds Nation Divided, Everyone Disgusted
That "rising toxicity" means the next president will face a particularly conflicted nation, the New York Times writes
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On Supreme Court, Some Republicans Threaten Not to Do Their Jobs Indefinitely
"If Hillary Clinton becomes president, I'm going to do everything I can to make sure that four years from now we've still got an opening on the Supreme Court," says Sen. Richard Burr
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'Tired of Waiting' for Politicians, Minimum Wage on Ballot in Four States
With strong support in Arizona, Colorado, Maine, and Washington, polls show that voters believe a wage increase is 'long overdue and desperately needed'
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