All News Articles for 2017-03-30

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Nunes Intel Came From White House, Raising 'Profound Questions'
The New York Times reported Thursday that House Intelligence Committee chair Devin Nunes' intelligence information came from two White House officials
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Lawsuits Pile Up, Resistance Revs Up Against Trump's KXL Order
'This project is going to be fought at every turn'
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Watch: Bernie Sanders Talks 'Dark Money' with Journalist Who Literally Wrote the Book On It
'You could not fix anything else until you fix the situation regarding money in American politics, because it effects every issue.'
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Oklahoma Bar Launches Investigation to Determine If Trump's EPA Chief Lied Under Oath
EPA chief told Congress he only conducted official attorney general business on professional email account, but document dump showed otherwise
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Bannon May Have Violated Ethics Pledge by Talking to Breitbart: CREW
Watchdog group demands senior Trump adviser be investigated after evidence emerges he spoke with editors at his former media company
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With Schools-as-Uber Analogy, Betsy DeVos Exposes Ignorance—Again
"Picking your mode [of] transportation is a consumer good that you pay for; public education is both a public good and a right."
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Americans Aghast As Fate of Internet Privacy Rests in Trump's Hands
Corporate giveaway declared 'so blatant here that it cannot even be disguised'
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Vice President Mike Pence VP Pence Casts 'Awful' Tie-Breaking Vote to Defund Critical Family Planning Program
Senate pushes forward with effort to allow states to slash funding for "lifeline" reproductive health clinics
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RESIST DAY #70: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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Migrant workers harvest corn on a farm in Gilroy, Calif., in 2013. EPA Rejects Own Science to Greenlight Brain-Damaging Pesticide
"EPA chief Pruitt's move rejecting his scientists' advice to ban a pesticide? That's exactly what the pesticide maker, DowChem, asked for."
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Advocates Cry Foul as NC Lawmakers Pass 'Bait and Switch' HB2 Deal
Backroom compromise aims to win back college tournaments, but rights groups warn that it further sanctions discrimination
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Trump's DOE Climate Office Reportedly Bars Use of Phrase "Climate Change"
"Just because you ban the phrase doesn't mean it doesn't exist."
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'Galling': US Lifts Human Rights Restrictions on Arms Sales to Bahrain
'This deal sends a dangerous signal to Bahrain and all other countries that engage in serious human rights violations'
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