All News Articles for 2018-02-09

Friday, February 9, 2018
Pence Wins Gold for Hypocrisy: Calls Trump Military Parade Chance to 'Celebrate' But North Korea's a 'Provocation'
A new poll finds that 89 percent of Americans are opposed to a potential U.S. military parade
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Jennifer Willoughby Trump's Statement on Alleged Abuser Rob Porter: 'Him-He-Him-Him-He-He-He-He-Him-He-He-He-He-He-He-Him-Him-He-He'
The president says it's been a "tough time" for top aide accused of domestic violence, but has nothing to say about his ex-wives who say they suffered at his hands
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Kelly Telling Aides to Lie That He Took 'Immediate' Action to Fire Accused Wife Abuser: Report
Amid growing calls for his resignation, news about chief of staff's disinformation campaign follows reports he knew about abuse allegations for months but did nothing
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Calif. Police Accused of 'Collusion' With Neo-Nazis After Release of Court Documents
"This is a textbook case of a political witch-hunt and selective prosecution," said one attorney whose client was injured during a white supremacist rally that turned violent
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attorney protest 'Fed Up' With ICE Targeting of Courthouses, NYC Public Defenders Stage Mass Walkout
"The presence of ICE officers in our courthouses and the perception that no immigrant is safe to seek their day in court, is threatening to upend our entire legal process."
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Accusing Facebook of 'Effectively Banning Professional Journalism,' Brazil's Largest Paper Ditches Platform
Facebook has become "inhospitable terrain for those who want to offer quality content," said Folha de S. Paulo's executive editor
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Trying to Deliver "Failing" Grade to Betsy Devos, Teachers Locked Out of Education Dept
"People are universally appalled, universally aghast by a year of failures."
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Here Are the Democrats, 36 Senators and 73 in the House, Who Voted Just Against Dreamers
Democrats have vowed repeatedly to protect immigrant families, but they just gave away the only leverage they had. And, yes, they have names.
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Kaine Trump Administration Pressured to Release Secret War Powers Memo
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) worried that the "legal justification" detailed in the memo "may now become precedent for additional executive unilateral military action," such as bombings in Syria or North Korea
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'Shame': In Dead-of-Night Vote, Congress Throws Dreamers Under the Bus Again
"This bill does not address the great moral issue of our time—the fact that in three weeks 800,000 young Dreamers will lose their legal status and be subject to deportation."
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