All News Articles for 2016-12-02

Friday, December 2, 2016
Howard Dean Howard Dean No Longer Seeking DNC Chair Position, Paving Path for Ellison
Three announced candidates, including progressive favorite Keith Ellison, addressed state party leaders in Denver on Friday
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Twitter Only Tech Firm of Nine to Say No to Helping Build Muslim Registry
The Intercept reached out to nine companies, including Facebook, to see where they stand on helping Trump's administration track Muslims
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Water protectors on horseback at the Oceti Sakowin camp. Veterans Arrive at Standing Rock to Act as 'Human Shields' for Water Protectors
'I signed up to serve my country and my people.'
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Taking 'Major Steps Towards Justice,' UN Apologizes for Haiti Cholera Outbreak
'The U.N. has an obligation to recompense these people'
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Anti-Choice GOP Doubles Budget for 'Witch-Hunt' Panel
'It is appalling that the House of Representatives just gave the dangerous Select Investigative Panel an $800,000 pat on the back for its work to peddle lies'
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Trump Allies in Battleground States Rush to Stop Jill Stein's Recount Efforts
Lawyers and super PACs in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania file federal lawsuits to halt or block efforts, some already underway
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ExxonMobil CEO to Head the State Department?
As reports of Rex Tillerson for potential secretary of state swirl, Bill McKibben says it 'is certainly a good way to make clear exactly who'll be running the government in a Trump administration'
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Scientific Knowledge Sorely Lacking at Breitbart-Tweeting House Science Committee
Committee's tweet comes during hottest year on record
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With Rants and Bluster, Trump Launches 'Thank You' Tour
President-elect varied between prideful memories of election night, railing against opponents, and saying he would 'unite' Americans
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Donald Trump and James Mattis Trump Picks 'Mad Dog' Mattis for Defense Secretary
"It's fun to shoot some people. I'll be right upfront with you, I like brawling," said Gen. James Mattis about American invasion of Afghanistan
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