All News Articles for 2018-02-14

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
This visible image of Hurricane Maria was taken from NOAA's GOES East satellite on Sept. 18, 2017. (Photo: NASA/NOAA GOES Project) Threatening the 'Warnings Upon Which the Country Depends,' Trump Budget Would Axe Nearly 250 Weather Forecasters
"We can't take any more cuts and still do the job that the American public needs us to do," says Dan Sobien, president of the National Weather Service Employees Organization
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It Took Him More Than a Week, But Trump Finally Said He's "Totally Opposed to Domestic Violence"
There you have it, folks, the greatest moral leadership probably ever seen by humans
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As More Americans Rely on Charity to Pay Medical Bills, Local Seattle News Station Buys and Forgives $1 Million of Debt
KIRO-TV worked with a New York-based charity to buy the medical debt of 1,000 Seattle-area residents
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Taking on Trump's Racist 'Pocahontas' Slur, Warren Vows to 'Lift Up' Stories, Struggles of Native Americans
"I'm here today to make a promise," Warren told the National Congress of American Indians. "Every time someone brings up my family's story, I'm going to use it to lift up the story of your families and your communities."
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Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn is startled by Cody the Dachshund Corbyn's Labour Party Unveils Plan to Make UK 'World Leader on Animal Welfare'
"No animal should be treated cruelly or made to suffer unnecessary pain."
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Urging Peace Talks, Open Letter From Taliban Asks American People to Recognize Total Failure of 16-Year War
"Make your president and the war-mongering congressmen and Pentagon officials ... adopt a rational policy towards Afghanistan," the letter states.
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Amid Trump's Smear Campaign Against Immigrants, Top ICE Lawyer Charged With Stealing Immigrants' IDs
As the Trump administration portays undocumented immigrants as criminals, agency's chief counsel is accused of stealing their personal information to commit fraud
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'An Administration By and For the Powerful': Merkley Nails Mulvaney Over Trump Budget
"What's more important, Mr. Director: the heating program or the tax cut to Wells Fargo, which has defrauded hundreds of thousands of people across this country? Which is more important: educating our children or more money for the Koch brothers?"
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Supporters of Planned Parenthood Enough Defense, Declares Planned Parenthood, 'We're Going on Offense!'
"We need to do more than just fight against the bad policies—now is the time to push for good ones."
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Vowing to Fight for Working Moms, Sen. Duckworth Says Even She 'Technically Can't Take Maternity Leave'
United States' lack of support for new parents extends to Capitol Hill, says senator
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DACA protest As GOP Lawmakers Delay Debates, Another Win for DACA Recipients in Federal Court
Immigrant rights advocates celebrated, but also vowed, "We will continue to fight in court, in the streets, and in Congress for #DreamActNow."
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Trump's Personal Lawyer Admits $130,000 Pre-Election Payment to Porn Actor Stormy Daniels
Michael Cohen, the president's personal attorney, claims payment was his personal money—as opposed to campaign cash—but refused to say what it was for
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Recognizing Populist Demand, Gillibrand and Booker Swear Off Corporate Cash
In making pledge, Gillibrand and Booker join a small group of their Senate colleagues—Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Maria Cantwell and Bernie Sanders—who have also vowed to reject corporate PAC donations
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