All News Articles for 2018-10-11

Thursday, October 11, 2018
A ‘Justice for Jamal’ demonstration outside the headquarters of the Washington Post. (Photo: Anadolu/Getty) 'Better Later Than Never, I Guess': Corporate Media Crawl Away From Saudis Over Suspected Murder of Journalist
"An attack on one journalist should be considered an attack on all."
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'Smoking Gun': White House Finally Admits Bannon and Kobach Were Racist Minds Behind Scheme to Rig 2020 Census
"Big big deal," said journalist Josh Marshall, in reaction to the news. "So the white nationalists—Bannon and Kobach—are the guys behind the plan to rig the census to disenfranchise blue state voters."
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'The Guy Who Defended Company That Caused Worst Oil Spill in US History' Just Confirmed to Head DOJ's Environmental Division
"Clark's blatant hostility toward environmental protection is good news for polluters, but awful news for the rest of us."
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'Definition of a Rigged System' as GOP Candidate for Georgia Governor Commits Massive Purge of Registered Voters
"We need UN election observers in Georgia...the state, not the country."
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Citing Arbitrary Use and Racial Bias, Washington Supreme Court Abolishes State's Death Penalty
"This is a hugely important moment in our pursuit for equal and fair application of justice."
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BK law students Demanding Kavanaugh Impeachment, Law Students Launch Nationwide Strike Against Illegitimate Justice
"We have a moral obligation in our profession to advocate for justice."
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U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in the Oval Office at the White House, March 14, 2017 in Washington, D.C. As Demands for US Probe Into Alleged Murder of Khashoggi Grow, Trump Says Halting Saudi Arms Sales 'Very Tough Pill to Swallow'
"Trump here is expressing the views and conduct of U.S. officials and D.C. foreign policy elites for decades. He's just doing it with a bluntness that illuminates rather than obfuscates."
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To Save the Planet From Climate Catastrophe, New Study Says Put Down the Damn Meat
"Adopting healthy and more plant-based diets globally could reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of the food system by more than half."
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Phlomena Telker stands on what was her covered porch after Hurricane Michael tore the roof of her home as it passed through the area on October 10, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. 'Wake Up': Climate Campaigners Tell World Leaders Liberation From Fossil Fuel Industry's Grip Only Solution
"The IPCC Special Report on 1.5°C makes it clear that you're either on the side of science or on the side of the fossil fuel lobby."
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