All News Articles for 2017-04-21

Friday, April 21, 2017
RESIST DAY #92: What You Can Do Today
Resistance in your community, across the country, and around the globe
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Group of Mental Health Professionals Warn Trump's State 'Putting Country in Danger'
Despite professional rule barring them from doing so, psychological experts have argued that "too much is at stake to be silent any longer"
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In Latest Populist Betrayal, Trump Executive Order Unchains Wall Street Greed
Orders signed Friday are 'nothing more than special favors for the same Wall Street banks that crashed our economy in 2008 and put millions of Americans out of work'
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'Back on Track': Sally Yates to Testify Publicly in House Russia Probe
Former acting attorney general was originally slated to testify in March, but then-lead investigator Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) canceled the hearing
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Exxon Waiver to Drill in Russia Rejected by Treasury Department
'If the Trump administration had allowed Exxon to drill for oil in Russia, people from around the country and from both sides of the aisle in Congress would have unleashed widespread resistance'
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Sanders' Stumping for Anti-Choice Mayoral Candidate Draws Ire
Reproductive rights group says move is 'not only disappointing' but 'politically stupid'
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After Thursday's attack, Marine Le Pen immediately invoked "a war against us." (Photo: Getty) Le Pen Accused of Exploiting Paris Shooting Days Before Election
President Donald Trump also appeared to throw weight behind right-wing candidate in highly unpredictable election
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Marking Earth Day, Indigenous People Worldwide to Fight Corporate Forces
'I know we are only of the size of a grain of sand but we make a huge difference' says Antonio Dace, of the Munduruku community in the Brazilian Amazon
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Bakery Workers Protest Trump's Immigration Crackdown in #DayWithoutBread
"Immigrants: they feed us all, no borders, no wall," they chanted, holding signs that read, "No ICE or No Bread."
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Glenn Greenwald: Trump's DOJ Prosecuting WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Threatens Press Freedoms for All
'The key point here to understand is the way in which governments typically try to abridge core freedoms,' says Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
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A 'Huge Win' for Net Neutrality in Canada
Ruling against 'zero-rating' prevents 'Big Telecom from exploiting data caps to pick and choose winners and losers online'
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With First Vote, Gorsuch Allows 'Machinery of Death' to Whir On in Arkansas
Ledell Lee, who maintained his innocence until the end, was executed just before midnight on Thursday
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FCC chair Ajit Pai claimed there was enough competition in the BDS marketplace, despite the commission itself finding that in most areas there is only one BDS provider. (Photo: Getty) Trump's FCC Gives Big Telecom "Free Reign" With Vote for Major Handouts
'This is the price we pay for the outrageous influence of money in politics. The public interest suffers, and we are poorer—economically and civically—for it'
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The West Bank settlement of Givat Zeev is pictured in late December, 2016. (Photo: Getty) Massachusetts Dems in Turmoil Over Proposal to Condemn West Bank Settlements
Some state Democrats are attempting to derail resolution that states that "Israel's settlements in the occupied West Bank are obstacles to peace"
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