All News Articles for 2018-11-21

Wednesday, November 21, 2018
save net neutrality Net Neutrality Defenders Announce 'Epic Final Protest' to Demand Congress Repeal FCC Rollback Before Fast-Approaching Deadline
"Our best chance to save #NetNeutrality is by filing the CRA before December 10th."
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Right on Cue, Saudi Foreign Minister Uses Trump's Remarks to Legitimize Kingdom's Denials About Khashoggi Murder
"We have the president of the United States saying the reports of the CIA report are not accurate," said Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubier
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A view from the water of President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Trump Administration Defends Legality of VA Shadow Rulers
In a court filing, government lawyers argued that a Watergate-era sunshine law doesn’t apply to three Trump associates influencing the VA from Mar-a-Lago.
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Republican attorney Thomas Farr speaking on Sept. 20,2017 before the Senate Judiciary Committee. (Screengrab: C-Span) Call Your Senators Now, Say Civil Rights Groups, to Stop 'Vote Suppressor-in-Chief' From Getting Lifetime Federal Judge Seat
Thomas Farr, who worked for segregationist Sen. Jesse Helms, would be a threat to voting rights and worker rights, the groups charge.
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Ruling Against 'Unconstitutional' Abortion Ban, Judge Chastises Mississippi GOP for Clear Effort to Provoke SCOTUS Challenge of Roe v. Wade
Republicans "are proud to challenge Roe but choose not to lift a finger to address the tragedies lurking on the other side of the delivery room: our alarming infant and maternal mortality rate," wrote Judge Carlton Reeves
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amazon Calling for 'Corridor of Life and Culture,' Indigenous Groups From Amazon Propose Creation of Largest Protected Area on Earth
"We have come from the forest and we worry about what is happening."
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Climate protesters from the Extinction Rebellion group hold placards and banners as they block traffic in Elephant and Castle on November 21, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images) 'The Only Sane Thing We Can Do': Extinction Rebellion Swarms Streets of London to Demand Urgent Climate Action
"To those inconvenienced by the climate change roadblocks in London, we've tried all other options. The scientists have yelled at us for decades. Civilized negotiations with governments. Greening capitalism. Not enough."
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New York U.S. House candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks at a progressive fundraiser on August 2, 2018 in Los Angeles. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images) As Critics Obsess Over Her Finances, Ocasio-Cortez Urges Media to Focus on Issue 'Actually Worth Airtime': Low-Wage Jobs
"While we‘re discussing personal finances," says newly-elected progressive, "Trump's tax dodges represent millions of dollars taken from schoolchildren, teachers, firehouses, senior centers, and more."
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As Trump Pledges Support to Murderous Saudis, Comedian Michelle Wolf Suggests President Would "Be on My Side If I'd Killed a Journalist"
Hours after his dismissal of the CIA's findings regarding Saudis' murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Trump turned his attention to the comedian's months-old shredding of his administration at the WHCA dinner
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yemeni child 'Entirely Preventable' Deaths of 85,000 Yemeni Children Is Part of What Trump Has Embraced With 'America First' Allegiance to Saudis
"For children under the age of five this situation is proving a death sentence."
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With 'Unlimited Funds to Lie,' Insurance Industry Readies Propaganda Blitz as Medicare for All Surges
"It will not be easy, but we will win this struggle for Medicare for All because, increasingly, the American people understand healthcare is a right and not a privilege," Sen. Bernie Sanders said in response to the industry's plan
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