All News Articles for 2018-03-27

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Outrage, But Little Surprise, After Police Officers Face No Charges for Killing of Alton Sterling
"Neither Louisiana, nor any other U.S. state, complies with international standards that maintain deadly force can only be used when there is an imminent threat to life or serious injury."
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While Workers Get Crumbs, GOP Tax Scam Analysis Details $25 Billion 'Bonanza' for Big Oil
"...with many more billions to come."
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Net Neutrality Defenders Issue Alert as Telecom Giants Ready to 'Sic Army of Expensive Lawyers' on States
Open internet defenders argued the threat underscores the importance of enshrining net neutrality protections in federal law.
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'Punctured Like a Pin Cushion' From Oil and Gas Drilling, Scientists Warn of Growing Sinkhole Threat in Texas
The state has been used for widespread drilling since the 1940s, leaving present-day residents to cope with destabilized land
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Amid Trump 'Deafening' Silence, Poll Shows Nearly Two-Thirds Believe Extramarital Affair Allegations
By contrast, just 21 percent believe Trump's denials, according to a new CNN survey
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Cynthia Nixon 'Mad as Hell' Cynthia Nixon Calls Out Gov. Cuomo as Fake Progressive and Bully in Fiery Speech
The actress is running as a progressive challenger to the state's Democratic governor
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To Defeat NRA and Curb Gun Violence, Former Supreme Court Justice Says 'Repeal the 2nd Amendment'
"That simple but dramatic action would move Saturday's marchers closer to their objective than any other possible reform."
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Jared Kushner After Public Outcry, White House Ethics Office Probes Suspicious Loans to Kushner Companies
"We all need to ask again: Why is Jared Kushner still a senior White House advisor?"
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'Sabotage' of Democracy as Trump Adds Citizenship Question to 2020 Census
"This administration is now using the census as a weapon against immigrants."
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