All News Articles for 2016-12-19

Monday, December 19, 2016
#Earth2Trump: Campaign Kicking Off to Galvanize Resistance
Sixteen-city tour will 'rally and empower defenders of civil rights and the environment'
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Trump Sons Auctioning Off First Family Hunting Trip for $500,000: Report
"Camouflage & Cufflinks" is the preferred attire at the hunting themed inauguration party and fundraiser, according to draft invitation obtained by news outlet
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After 'Pivotal Year' for Reproductive Rights, Advocates Ready for Trump-Era Battles
Despite major Supreme Court victory, 2016 saw the enactment of at least 60 bills restricting access to reproductive healthcare across the country
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North Carolina Poised to Repeal Anti-LGBTQ "Bathroom Bill"
HB2 prompted a grassroots boycott of North Carolina, costing the state millions of dollars in corporate investments, as well as thousands of jobs
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#NotNormal: Trump to Continue Having Private Security Team
Politico reporting says Trump will take unusual step of having private security team continue once he's in office
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Poll Shows Canadian Majority Wants Water for People, Not for Profit
More than two-thirds of survey respondents want Nestle to sell contested well to local municipality
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#Dec19 Protests Target Electoral College to Block Trump
"We're supporting these historic protests to urge electors to respect the will of the people."
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Putin and Erdogan Jointly Condemn Assassination of Russian Ambassador
Man who shot and killed Andrei Karlov, Russia's Ambassador to Turkey, was overheard shouting: "We die in Aleppo, you die here."
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Saddam Hussein Was Not 'Worth Removing From Power': Ex-CIA Agent
New memoir details institutional failings that led to catastrophic invasion of Iraq and rise of Islamic State
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Chinese Newspaper: Trump Has 'No Sense of How to Lead a Superpower'
Newspaper controlled by Communist Party says China "will not exercise restraint" if Trump's tweets indeed prove prescient
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IMF Chief Convicted, But Spared Jail Time, for Corruption
"This should help calm all that they're-only-in-it-for-themselves, anti-establishment feeling out there," quipped Globe and Mail senior international correspondent Mark MacKinnon
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