All News Articles for 2017-04-17

Monday, April 17, 2017
Oathbreaker-in-Chief? Majority Doesn't Trust Trump to Keep His Promises
Even those who supported Donald Trump are finding his rhetoric to be nothing more than 'political bluster'
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Trump White House Taking 'Marching Orders' from Hundreds of CEOs: Report
'One of every five of the corporate executives who met with the Trump administration within the first 100 days represented the banking or financial sector'
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Georgia Democrat Leads the Pack in Closely-Watched Special Election
Even if Tuesday's vote goes to a June runoff, "[n]o one should conclude it's a done deal and the Republican will win"
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'New Step in Long Walk to Freedom': Palestinian Prisoners Launch Mass Hunger Strike
As many as 1,500 political detainees are taking part in the demonstration demanding 'freedom and dignity'
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Original Yellowstone poster and the re-imagined one for year 2050. Artist Redesigns National Parks Posters for 2050, Showcasing Climate Devastation
Starving grizzlies, wildfires, and massive algae blooms take over re-imagined posters in one artist's call to climate action
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Vice President Mike Pence spoke from the demilitarized zone on the Korean peninsula on Monday. After Surprise Visit to DMZ, Pence Tells North Korea 'All Options Are on the Table'
Critics condemn Trump administration's "unhinged foreign policy"
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RESIST DAY #88: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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Don't Be Fooled, McKibben Says. On Climate, Trudeau's No Better Than Trump.
Environmentalist Bill McKibben calls BS on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a new op-ed
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Sanders and Perez to Launch Nationwide 'Come Together & Fight Back' Tour
'At a time of massive income and wealth inequality and a shrinking middle class, we need a government which represents all Americans'
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