All News Articles for 2017-09-01

Friday, September 1, 2017
DACA's Widespread Support Clear as Program's Fate Under Trump Looms
"We are not going to give up," says immigrant rights advocate
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Nurse Alex Wubbels calmly showed a police officer her hospital's policy of prohibiting blood draws from unconscious patients. Moments later, the officer attacked and arrested her. Union Denounces 'Chilling' Assault on Nurse Defending Her Patient from Police
"You’re making a huge mistake because you’re threatening a nurse."
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Texas refinery Analysis: Harvey Triggered Release of Nearly a Million Pounds of Toxic Air Pollutants
"Oil-industry facilities spewed thousands of tons of toxic chemicals into defenseless communities, despite ample warning about hurricane risk to this area."
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People wait to be rescued from their flooded homes after the area was inundated with flooding from Hurricane Harvey on August 28, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Media Largely 'Blind' to Harvey's Devastating Impact on Poor Communities
"Hurricanes don't care if you're rich, poor, white, or black—but that doesn't mean that every person is equally vulnerable to a storm."
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billboard to impeach Trump 'Impeach Donald Trump Now' Billboard Goes Up a Mile from Mar-a-Lago
"No one is above the law. Not even the president," reads a highway sign along the route to Trump's Florida estate
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The Trump administration has attempted to undermine the Iran nuclear deal reached in 2015 after lengthy negotiations. 'Sad Day for Warmongers' as UN Finds Iran in Total Compliance with Nuke Deal
Critics slam Trump for attempts to undermine Iran agreement
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Trump Furthers War on Workers With Announcement of Slashed Pay Increases
The 1.9 percent pay increase is "not enough," says union
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) appeared on CNN Asked Again About 2020, Sanders Denounces Media Obsession with "Never-Ending Campaigns"
The American people "want me to go back to Washington, to deal with climate change, to deal with healthcare, to deal with education, to deal with the issues that impact their lives."
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"Americans are fed up with monopolies rigging our economy and politics," said Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.). As Tech Giants Threaten Democracy, Calls Grow for New Anti-Monopoly Movement
"It is time for citizens in America and all over the world to stand up to the bullies in our society, the monopolists."
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U.S. President Donald Trump and HHS Secretary Tom Price walk to a House Republican closed party conference on Capitol Hill, on March 21, 2017 in Washington, D.C. 'This Is Sabotage': Trump Cuts Obamacare Outreach Budget By 90%
"This is not letting the law fail, this is making the law fail."
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#Heeling Trends as Trump Again Struggles With Expressing Empathy
"I really do think his continuing misspelling of the same simple word says a lot about the man and his presidency," says one critic
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