All News Articles for 2018-03-20

Tuesday, March 20, 2018
'Blood of Thousands on Their Hands': 55 Senators Vote To Continue US-Backed Carnage in Yemen
"The U.S. must stop literally fueling the deliberate killing and starvation of countless civilians in Yemen, and support a peaceful solution to end this crisis."
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15 Years After Invasion, Many Americans Still Fail To Recognize Unending Scale of the Crime
"Have we learned nothing?"
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Trump's 'Middle School Project-Level' Posters Reveal Much About America's Blood-Soaked Backing of Saudi Regime
"We make the best equipment in the world, there's nobody even close, and Saudi Arabia's buying a lot of this equipment," the president said.
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Puerto Rico 'Neglect and Bureaucracy': Six Months After Maria, Trump Condemned for Failed Response in Puerto Rico
"We're tired of being treated like second-class citizens."
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As Lawmakers Accuse DeVos of Lack of Regard for Students, Her Own Staffer Admits 'Things Have Gotten Pretty Awful Here'
"What do you mean, there's no data?" a lawmaker asked Secretary of Education during tense hearing. "There is study after study after study."
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The NSA Worked to “Track Down” Bitcoin Users, Snowden Documents Reveal
Classified documents provided by the whistleblower Edward Snowden show the NSA worked urgently to target Bitcoin users around the world
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As North Korea Halts Missile Tests for Talks, Pentagon Refuses to Put War Games on Hold
Though the U.S. portrays its joint military drills with South Korea as "defense-oriented," the North has frequently denounced the exercises as simulations of " all-out war. "
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stop war graphic With Vote Looming, Anti-War Groups Call on Nation to Demand Congress End US-Backed Slaughter in Yemen
"Congress," declares Sanders, "must reassert its Constitutional authority over issue of war."
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Fifth Texas Bombing in Three Weeks Believed to Be Linked to Austin Explosions
A package exploded at a FedEx facility near San Antonio on Tuesday, injuring one employee
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keep abortion legal Judge Issues Restraining Order to Block Mississippi Attack on Abortion Rights
"Mississippi politicians have shown once again that they will stop at nothing to deny women this fundamental right."
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As Facebook Ire Grows, Senator Says Zuckerberg 'Ought to Be Subpoenaed'
"The biggest problem with this scandal isn't that Cambridge Analytica is shady—it's that Facebook is."
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