All News Articles for 2017-03-22

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
'Beyond Irregular': GOP Intel Chair Under Fire for Bizarre Trump Briefing
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) excoriated by colleagues and intelligence experts for skirting protocols and taking newly-obtained information straight to Trump
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Exxon Ordered to Recover 'Wayne Tracker' Emails It Claims Are Lost
'It's time for the oil company to come clean in the courts about what it knew about climate change and what it withheld from the public and shareholders'
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Senate Might Let Internet Companies Sell User Data to 'Highest Bidder'
If measure passes under Congressional Review Act, FCC would be blocked from passing similar privacy protections in the future
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A protest against a coal-powered power plant in Melbourne, Australia, in 2010. Coal in 'Freefall' Worldwide, Report Finds
'No amount of rhetoric from Donald Trump will be able to stop the fall of coal in the U.S. and across the globe'
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Two Months In, Trump Breaking Every Vow to 'Drain the Swamp': Report
President 'has shown himself to be everything that on the campaign trail he expressed to hate about Washington—a self-dealer more interested in helping his friends and big donors than creating a democracy'
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Citing FBI Probe of Trump, Democrats Told to 'Declare National Emergency'
'The Democratic leadership in the House and Senate,' says filmmaker Michael Moore, 'needs to bring a halt to all business being done in the name of this potential felony suspect, Donald J. Trump.'
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US Bombing Blamed for Killing Dozens of Civilians Sheltering in Syrian School
"They're still pulling bodies out of the rubble"
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Mississippi Bill Helps Enable Trump's "Sinister" Immigration Crackdown
Days after Trump administration issues report aimed at scaring "jurisdictions into becoming deportation agents," Mississippi poised to enact anti-sanctuary cities law
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Police Say Lone Assailant Among Four People Dead After Attack Near UK Parliament
Chaotic scene in heart of London after police officer stabbed to death and dozens of people hit by car on Westminster Bridge
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Anti-Trump protest sign Trump Presidency Has Had "Most Failed" Start Ever, Says Historian
'To be as low as he is in the polls, while the FBI director is on television saying they launched an investigation into [his] ties with Russia, I don't know how it can get much worse'
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RESIST DAY #62: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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Even Insurance CEOs Think TrumpCare Is 'Terrible,' as Public Opinion Dives
"You can't say this is not my problem―I have insurance, this is not my problem," healthcare CEO Mario Molina said. "This is your problem. You just don't know it yet"
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