All News Articles for 2017-07-11

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
'No Longer A Question': Trump Jr.'s Emails Show Collusion, Analysts Say
Officials call for president's son to testify on his meeting with Russian lawyer
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The struggle to preserve net neutrality is the "free speech fight of our generation," argues Evan Greer, campaign director of Fight for the Future. National Day of Action Aims to 'Save the Internet From Trump and His Cronies'
"The existing net neutrality protections put Internet users in the driver's seat and keep big cable and phone companies from controlling what you see and do online."
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Deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders President Applauds 'Transparency' After Trump Jr. Forced to Come Clean
Donald Trump offers approval of his son's potentially incriminating tweets in off-camera briefing
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Rights Groups Prepare for Fight Against Arkansas' Man-Approved Abortion Law
Law would require any woman seeking an abortion to get permission from the man who impregnated her
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Warning of Sixth Mass Extinction, Scientists Implore Global Action
"All signs point to ever more powerful assaults on biodiversity in the next two decades, painting a dismal picture of the future of life, including human life."
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Donald Trump Jr. Donald Trump Jr.'s Email Thread 'Could Hardly Have Been More Explicit'
President's son preempts damning reporting by New York Times by releasing damning email thread
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Destroying Mosul to Save It: Possible US-Backed War Crimes in Iraq Exposed
As Trump applauds victory against ISIS in devastated Iraqi city, Amnesty International details horrific death toll and suffering of civilian population
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Donald Trump Jr. As Don Jr. Lawyers Up, Words Like 'Collusion' and 'Treason' Fly
"It looks like clear proof of collusion," says Watergate prosecutor
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'Lunacy': Trump Aides Sought Afghanistan Advice From Notorious War Profiteers
Blackwater founder Erik Prince and billionaire Stephen Feinberg reportedly "recruited" for war planning
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