All News Articles for 2017-03-13

Monday, March 13, 2017
White House Scrambles as Time to Offer Proof of Trump Wiretapping Claims Running Out
Department of Justice has until the end of the day Monday to comply with the House Intelligence Committee's request
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CBO: TrumpCare Would Wipe Out Coverage for 24 Million People
Highly-anticipated report on GOP's Obamacare replacement plan finds 14 million people would lose coverage in the first two years alone
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Communities Against Hate: New Resource Raises Visibility of Hate Crimes
'Public sharing changes how people talk about violence and harassment and pushes society towards solutions'
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A harbor in Oslo, Norway Cities Worldwide Take on Climate Fight—And See Pushback From National Governments
Many cities are outpacing national governments in the climate fight, setting the stage for power battles
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'Ides of Trump' Action Aims to Send More Mail Than White House Can Ignore
We "will overwhelm Washington...and we will bury the White House post office in pink slips, all informing the president that he's fired!"
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Texas Lawmaker Takes Aim at Anti-Choice Laws With Fine for Male Masturbation
'Although HB 4260 is satirical, there is nothing funny about current healthcare restrictions for women and the very real legislation that is proposed every legislative session,' wrote Rep. Jessica Farrar (D)
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RESIST DAY #53: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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U.S. fighter jets and an attack plane drop bombs on Cambodia circa 1973. Cambodia Outraged as US Demands Repayment of 'Blood-Stained' War Debt
The US dropped more than 500,000 tons of bombs on Cambodia during the Vietnam War
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Steve King Faces Backlash Over "Somebody Else's Babies" Tweet
Rep. from Iowa posts tweet that echoes white supremacist rhetoric, hesitates when asked if all Americans are the same
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