All News Articles for 2017-01-27

Friday, January 27, 2017
As Trump Attacks Science, Ireland Takes Step to Divest From Fossil Fuels
'With a climate-skeptic recently inaugurated into the White House, this move by elected representatives in Ireland will send out a powerful message'
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Pence Buoys Anti-Choicers, but 'Abortion Access Is More Popular Than Trump'
On Friday, Mike Pence became the first-ever sitting vice president to address the March for Life
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Rights Groups Slam Trump's Proposed "Immigrant Crime Blotter"
'The idea of a public list like this—a kind of weekly hate list—is still shocking in the extreme'
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U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley UN Ambassador Haley Lashes Out at US Allies: "For Those That Don't Have Our Back...We'll Respond Accordingly"
Nikki Haley, confirmed as United Nations ambassador just three days ago, tells U.S. allies that "we're taking names"
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'Resistance Means Resisting': Dems Accused of Being Too Soft on Trump
"Senate Dems' response to millions taking to the streets is beyond disappointing. It is outright shameful," says Shaunna Thomas of advocacy group UltraViolet
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Mikhail Gorbachev: Appears 'The World Is Preparing for War'
'Wars must be outlawed, because none of the global problems we are facing can be resolved by war,' writes former Soviet leader
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As Opposition to DeVos Swells, Hope for Her Rejection Builds
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said no Democrat will vote in favor of DeVos, and the party is actively seeking Republicans to oppose her as well
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The petition demanding the release of President Donald Trump's tax returns. Petition Calling for Trump's Tax Returns Breaks White House Record
Over 380,000 people have signed the petition so far, making it the most popular White House petition of all time
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