All News Articles for 2017-10-10

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Sanders: To Lift 'Outrageous' Burden of Student Debt, Time for Tuition-Free College for All
"Each and every American must be able to get the education they need to match their skills and fulfill their dreams."
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In 'Orwellian' Press Briefing, Huckabee Sanders Defends Trump's Repeated Tax Rate Lie
Since announcing his 2016 presidential run, Trump has been incorrectly claiming at rallies and in interviews that Americans pay the highest tax rates in the world
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As Trump Carves Path of Destruction, Nader Asks Obama: Where Are You?
While list of programs and rules under attack grows, a call for former president to fight back against "Trump-led assault on our weakening democracy"
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) Despite GOP Dereliction, Warren Vows to Fight for Program That Insures 9 Million Kids
While Congress delays, impoverished children and pregnant women nationwide will soon start losing access to necessary healthcare
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Trump Visit to Korean DMZ Called "Extremely Dangerous Idea"
"The image of him narrowing his eyes to stare across the DMZ. It is tweeting by another means."
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Intensifying Outrage Aimed at Harvey Weinstein, New Report Includes Rape Allegations by Three Women
"The only way to change anything is to make sure there is nowhere for the Weinsteins to hide."
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Bolstering Case for Impeachment, Study Concludes Trump 'Likely Obstructed Justice'
A detailed analysis finds "substantial" evidence to support claims that Trump attempted to undermine an ongoing investigation by firing former FBI director James Comey
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plaintiffs Court Awards Fukushima Residents Measly $3,200 for Nuclear Disaster That Made Area Unlivable
Japanese government and TEPCO ordered to pay only fraction of damages sought
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Jemele Hill has spoken out in support of black NFL players who have chosen to kneel during the national anthem, while President Trump has urged team owners to punish them. ESPN Denounced for 'Despicable Attempt to Silence' Journalist Jemele Hill
"By choosing to ban its reporters' opinions, ESPN is making an explicitly political decision to side with the Trump administration on the wrong side of history."
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) To Oust "Hawkish, Centrist" Feinstein, Progressives Push for Primary Challenge
"After 47 years in elected office and 25 years in the Senate," Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.) says, "she continues to cling to office as a voice for the status quo."
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Wildfires California 'An Inferno Like You've Never Seen': Deadly Wildfires Ravage California
The "unprecedented" fires, fulfilling predictions of climate scientists, have forced tens of thousands from their homes
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