All News Articles for 2016-11-21

Monday, November 21, 2016
Tsunami Panic After 6.9 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Fukushima Coast
Nuclear worries resurface as redsidents flee coast after quake triggers warning of large waves
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With UN Climate Deal Trump's Chopping Block, Climate Hopes Turn to States, Cities
'The fate of the world quite literally hangs in the balance'
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Will the Trump Administration Be Mega-Friendly to Mega-Mergers?
Antitrust enforcement could be hobbled under President-elect Donald Trump and his pick for attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions
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Protesting Rise of Alt-Right at Home and Abroad, Parisians Rally Against Trump
"Right-wing demagoguery is on the rise throughout Europe," said protest organizers. "Trump's victory serves as encouragement to dangerous demagogues everywhere."
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Trump's Obamacare Repeal Could Spell Chaos for Consumers
Insurers could leave marketplace early to avoid losses, as new report warns 25 percent of already-insured children still lack healthcare
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Trump Considering Gen. James "It's Fun to Shoot People" Mattis for Pentagon Chief
Marine Gen. James Mattis also led U.S. Marines during bloody 2004 bombardment of Fallujah, Iraq
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Gallup Finds Record Divisions in Trump's America
Half of Americans believe the president-elect will continue to divide the United States
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With 'A Friend in the White House,' Texas Lawmakers Prep Anti-Woman Attack
'These men who would do away with abortion might find more success or at least more support in a nation ruled by President Donald Trump'
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Water cannons blast Dakota Access Pipeline protestors in North Dakota Police Blast #NoDAPL Activists With Water Cannons in Sub-Freezing Temps
"Water cannons. Rubber bullets. Mace. Flash grenades. It's an army vs. unarmed people who only want to protect their water and graves"
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Trump Infrastructure Plan a 'Trap' Democrats Should Reject, Experts Warn
Former Obama aide calls plan a 'mistake in policy and political judgment [Democrats] will regret'
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