All News Articles for 2017-04-11

Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Sheriff Who Met DAPL Opponents With Brute Force Now Advising Other Law Enforcement
Nebraska officials are reportedly preparing for what they expect will be massive protests against the Keystone XL pipeline
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Trump Administration Considering 'Back-Door Way' to Cut Social Security
'If Trump proposes this Trojan horse, it would be the newest shot in the ongoing Republican war against Social Security'
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Trump Lies—Big League—About How Many Jobs His Administration's Created
President takes credit for 600,000 jobs, but the more accurate number is at least tens of thousands below that
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Deregulation Sacrifices Workers, Public Health for Corporate Profits: Report
'We should be skeptical of claims that regulation hurts the economy, because the truth is that deregulation often hurts working people and allows corporate interests to get a free pass on public accountability'
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Republicans Hide, Plan 'Sham Town Halls' to Duck Angry Constituents
Voters are resorting to billboards, protests, and petitions to highlight absentee officials
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"Let's Shock 'Em All": Kansas Election Seen as First Test of Resistance Power
Surprisingly tight race in special election has Republicans nervous and Democrats energized
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The homepage of the Storm Lake Times announcing the paper's Pulitzer Prize Pulitzer Prize Pushes Back Against Trump, Big Ag, and Offshore Wealth
Journalism prize rewards take-downs of power in the age of Trump
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North Korea 'Ready for War' After US Sends Navy Team to Peninsula
'We will hold the U.S. wholly accountable for the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its outrageous actions,' a foreign ministry spokesperson reportedly said
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Federal Court Again Concludes Texas Crafted ID Law to Hurt Minority Voters
"The court's decision...should issue the death knell for burdensome voter ID requirements in Texas and across the country"
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RESIST DAY #82: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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Charleston Shooter Gets Nine Life Sentences, Likely Ending Case
Victim's daughter tells Dylann Roof in court, "This chapter in my life...is closed. I will not open that book again. I just want to say, have mercy on your soul"
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