All News Articles for 2017-02-16

Thursday, February 16, 2017
ICE Raids May Scare Abuse Survivors Into Staying With Partners, Advocates Fear
Women have been targets of several high-profile raids under President Donald Trump
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Undeterred by Lawmakers in Hiding, the Resistance Prepares for Recess
New video and guide from the Indivisible Movement gives practical advice for February town halls
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Republicans Hustle to Shield Trump as Demands for Russia Inquiry Grow
Meanwhile, some experts say there is a case for appointing a special prosecutor
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'Not My President's Day': Artists and Performers to Resist Trump with Feb. 20 Events
Coalition of artists has set in motion a ' series of DIY performance events held around the world to help mobilize and channel our anger into art and activism'
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Plans for Nationwide Anti-Trump Tax Day Protests Gain Momentum
While President Donald Trump insists people "don't care" about his tax returns, marches nationwide on April 15 will demonstrate otherwise
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A protest sign at the Women's March on January 21, 2017, in New York City. In Defiance of Trump, Website Helps Scientists Blow the Whistle on Political Interference
The Union of Concerned Scientists has launched a website to help scientists become whistleblowers
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"Not In Our Names": Families of 9/11 Victims Protest Trump's Travel Ban
"Our loved ones can never be replaced and September 11th has forever changed our reality. But one thing that will never change is our commitment to compassionate policies and opposition to religious, ethnic, and racial discrimination."
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Defenders of Social Security Mobilize Against GOP Attack on Retirees
On "Valentine's Day for millionaires," U.S. Senate confirms safety-net opponent Mick Mulvaney for head of Office of Management and Budget
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Trump to Appoint Billionaire Know-Nothing to Root Out 'Low-Life Leakers'
Quoting unnamed officials, New York Times reports that billionaire with no intelligence experience to conduct sweeping review of agencies
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Tribe Files New Suit as Army Corps Announces Eviction Deadline for Water Protectors
'We really had no choice but to go to court to protect our rights' said Oglala Sioux president
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Reality of President Trump Is Stressing Out Americans... Big League
Survey finds 'stunning' level of anxiety is being caused by nation's political climate and prospects for the future
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Protesters hold up signs during a "Caravan of Love" walk in support of immigrants and refugees in Minneapolis, Minn., on February 11. RESIST: Businesses Shutter Nationwide for #DayWithoutImmigrants
'From doctors to dishwashers, immigrants are integral to daily life in the U.S.'
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