All News Articles for 2016-12-14

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
"Damn Corrupt": Trump's Kids Attend Father's Meeting with Top Tech Execs
"How can Trump's kids run his business and yet be privy to presidential meetings...... damn corrupt!!"
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Oklahoma: Where Your Trip to a Public Restroom Will Include State-Ordered Anti-Choice Literature
Requirement denounced as "a politically motivated attack on Oklahoma's women"
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Chorus of Groups and Citizens Demand 100% Percent Renewable Energy by 2050
Bills now in Congress would push for 100 percent renewable energy economy by 2050, while survey finds seven in 10 Americans support such action
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Betsy DeVos shakes Donald Trump's hand at a rally during the president-elect's "victory tour." Sanders and Dems Demand Betsy DeVos Pay $5.3 Million Fine for Campaign Finance Violations
Future Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' PAC knowingly violated Ohio campaign finance law and then refused to pay fines when it was caught, Democratic senators say in open letter
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Despite Being Taken as Fact, 'Case Against Russia' Rests on Insufficient Proof
'Do we want to make major foreign policy decisions with a belligerent nuclear power based on suggestions alone, no matter how strong?'
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NOAA Issues 'Jaw-Dropping' Assessment on 'Unprecedented' Arctic Warming
Latest Arctic Report Card finds that region's temperatures continue upward climb twice as fast as global temperature increase
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Electoral College Revolt Growing Into 'Powerful Show of Force'
Lawrence Lessig says 20 Republican electors are considering a vote against Trump on December 19
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Trump Tower in New York City 'Not on Our Watch': Tech Employees Vow to Combat Right-Wing Agenda
Over 200 employees from tech giants such as Google and Twitter have pledged to fight Trump's promises to build a Muslim registry and force mass deportations
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Ohio Gov. Kasich Vetoes Heartbeat Bill, Signs 'Horrific' 20-Week Abortion Ban
"Women. Are. People. Say it out loud. Women. Are. People," tweeted State Rep. Greta Johnson
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