All News Articles for 2017-07-21

Friday, July 21, 2017
Your Guide to Anthony "The Mooch" Scaramucci: Trump's New Commander of Communication
Apparently, an ex-Wall Street exec with the nickname "Mooch" is now the White House communications director
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Protests in Poland Protests in Poland as Right-Wing Ruling Party Dismantles Democracy
'This is a blatant attack by Poland's government on the independence of the judiciary and the rule of law'
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Trump Furthers War on Science With 'Illegal' Nomination of Climate Denier for Top USDA Scientist
'Science plays a crucial role in a healthy democracy, but this administration has taken a wrecking ball to it'
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Six Months After Women's March, Invigorated Resistance Sees Impact
Women have become more engaged in politics since Donald Trump's inauguration, a new poll finds
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Message to Democrats: Get on Board With Medicare For All or Go Home
For universal healthcare to become a reality, "it's going to take a movement of movements, and it's going to take the American people making it toxic for our elected officials not to get on board."
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White House press secretary Sean Spicer departs after a briefing at the White House June 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. Spicey Is Out: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Resigns
Scaramucci told reporters that Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders would be the new press secretary.
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Red Alert: Team Trump Unveils Anti-Planet, Anti-Worker Corporate Wish List
"At the behest of big corporations, the Trump administration is laying the foundation for a new wave of deregulatory disasters."
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Palestinians pray outside the Old City Amid Ongoing Israeli Crackdown, Three Palestinians Killed in Al-Aqsa Mosque Protests
Thousands of Palestinians and Israeli forces clashed Friday during protests against security devices recently installed at one of the world's holiest sites
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As Mueller Probe Widens, Trump Team Exploring Presidential Pardon Powers
Advisers attempt to portray Trump as displaying normal curiosity about legal powers, while legal experts balk
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