All News Articles for 2017-11-10

Friday, November 10, 2017
Pope Denounces 'Mentality of Fear' Caused by Nuclear Regimes, Urges Disarmament
At a seminar at the Vatican, Pope Francis praised the U.N.'s recent anti-nuclear weapons treaty
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'There You Have It': McConnell Says He 'Misspoke' When He Promised No Tax Hike on Middle Class
A New York Times analysis published Friday found that millions of middle class families would see their taxes rise under GOP plan
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#BanTrump: On Both Sides of Pacific, Protests Over Trump's Visit to Philippines
Demonstrators slam Trump's imperialist agenda in Asia and his warmongering rhetoric regarding North Korea
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Don't Worry, Europe, Radioactive Cloud Likely From Russian Nuclear Plant Accident Deemed 'Harmless'
Ruthenium-106 was detected "in the atmosphere of the majority of European countries" beginning late September, French officials said
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baby Canada Expands Parental Leave Policy, But Critics Say More Changes Needed
While some new parents celebrate option for more time at home with babies, experts say updated rules won't benefit lower-income parents
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President of Philippines Rodrigo Duterte gestures during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin (not pictured) at the APEC Leaders Summit on November 10, 2017 in Da Nang, Vietnam. (Photo: Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images) Ahead of Trump Meeting, Duterte Admits Stabbing Person to Death and Threatens to Slap UN Human Rights Expert
Less than two weeks ago, a senior U.S. official said Trump and Duterte have "a warm rapport."
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Critics Slam Roy Moore's "Disgusting" Fundraiser Based on Sexual Abuse Allegations
In wake of accusations he molested 14-year-old girl, GOP candidate asked supporters to stand with him against "an all-out war on our conservative values"
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Bernie Sanders Explains His Plan to Fix a Broken Democratic Party
"At a time when we have a Republican president and Republican Party whose leadership and agenda are strongly opposed by the American people, now is the time for real change."
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starving Yemeni child Millions on Brink of Death in Yemen, But Members of Congress Can't Be Bothered With Questions
U.S. lawmakers brush off questions from Intercept reporter about military support for Saudi-led coalition while blockade continues to cut off starving Yemenis from necessary food aid
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