All News Articles for 2017-06-28

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
'Kill the Bill, Don't Kill Me!': Americans with Disabilities Lead the Fight Against Trumpcare
Protesters staged sit-ins at Senate offices across the country, demanding 'No' votes on GOP's healthcare bill
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"There's a darkness spreading over Washington these days, and it might be time for everyone in the news media who cares about democracy to confront it," wrote the Baltimore Sun's David Zurawik. As White House Cracks Down on Press, Calls Grow for Journalists to Fight Back
"There's a darkness spreading over Washington these days, and it might be time for everyone in the news media who cares about democracy to confront it."
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'Victory': Irish Lawmakers Ban Fracking
It's "a day for #ClimatePride," says Friends of the Earth Ireland after historic vote
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Top U.N. Human Rights Official Denounces Trump's Pro-Torture Rhetoric
Commissioner expresses concern that Western leaders could flout human rights laws
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With Nation's Attention Elsewhere, Trump Quietly Intensifies War on Workers
Trump has nominated two corporate lawyers to the NLRB as Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch gears up to rule on a key labor case
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EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Met With Dow CEO Just Before Killing Effort to Ban Toxic Pesticide
New reporting by Associated Press begs further questions about administration's denial of science, coziness with industry
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Despite Delay, Resistance Doubles Down Against Deeply Unpopular Trumpcare Bill
New poll shows just 17 percent of Americans support Republican bill
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From 'Bizarre' to 'Disgusting': Trump Harassment of Female Irish Reporter Draws Rebuke
"How long are women supposed to put up with this crap?"
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Marry Me, Senator! 'We Aren't In Love, I Just Want Your Healthcare'
"No we aren't in love, just want your healthcare plan. I'm that scared Lindsey Graham, I think I got to marry you."
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Education Secretary DeVos Condemned for 'Alarming' Civil Rights Rollback
"There is no more serious responsibility of the Department than to ensure consistent, vigorous enforcement of civil rights laws and protections for all students."
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