All News Articles for 2017-07-12

Wednesday, July 12, 2017
It's Too Early, Says Bernie Sanders, But 2020 Run 'Not Off The Table'
Champion of progressive agenda, nation's most popular senator says fighting Trump first priority
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Atlantic City, NJ passed an ordinance banning the corporate takeover of public water Wednesday. 'People Power Defeating Corporate Power': Atlantic City Says People Have Say Over Their Water
"A ringing endorsement of the work done by community members to save their water system from a corporate takeover."
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Trump Tax Agenda: 'Astonishing' Cuts for Rich Like Him and Hikes for Middle Class
Trump's tax proposals " would result in an increase in taxes for nearly 1 in 5 American households" while cutting taxes drastically for the wealthiest Americans
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Article of Impeachment Introduced Against President Donald Trump
Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) formally submits resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives
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Floods in Louisiana in August 2016 'When Rising Seas Hit Home': Hundreds of Towns Threatened by 2100
Daunting new report shows coastal communities are at-risk and unprepared for flooding caused by climate change
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Serving Wall Street Predators, GOP Launches Swift Attack on New Rule Protecting Consumers
The rule from the CFPB blocks 'a fine-print trick that banks and predatory lenders use to evade accountability and conceal illegal behavior'
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Citing Free Speech, Dissenters Sue Trump for Blocking Them on Twitter
The president's frequent and official use of the platform has turned his account into a public space, lawsuit says
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Viral Facebook Post Rips Right-Wing Arguments Against Omar Khadr Settlement
"Do you believe that you, as a Canadian, have the right to be presumed innocent, until proven guilty, as well as the right to a fair and quick trial?"
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'No Trump Zone' Planned in Paris Ahead of President's Visit
Protesters prepare to greet Trump during Bastille Day visit
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'Maps Will Be Redrawn': Massive #ExxonKnew Iceberg Breaks From Antarctica
"The remaining shelf will be at its smallest ever known size. This is a big change."
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