All News Articles for 2018-12-26

Wednesday, December 26, 2018
By Shutting Down Government Over Racist Border Wall, Union Says Trump 'Gambling With Lives of Federal Workers'
"Most view this as an act of ineptitude," declared the International Federation of Professional and Technical Engineers, which represents scientists and administrative workers
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Greenland's Rapid Ice Melt Persists Even in Winter, Study Finds
"Greenland is a bit like a sleeping giant that is awakening. Who knows how it will respond to a couple of more degrees of warming?"
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As CBP Orders Medical Checks for Minors in US Custody After Two Deaths, Critics Ask, 'Why Are They Jailing Children' In the First Place?
"Another migrant child dies in U.S. custody and the discussion goes to making jails and concentration camps more humane, not whether a family should be there in the first place."
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To See Who Stands With People Over Lobbyists, Progressive Campaign Pressures Democrats to Quickly Hold Vote on Medicare for All
"Lobbyists are spending millions trying to override the will of the people and kill Medicare for All before the fight even starts. That's why it's imperative that Congress sees that Americans haven't forgotten about Medicare for All."
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'Openly Declaring Their Illegal Whaling Activities,' Japan Abandons Global Effort to Protect Whale Population
"As a country surrounded by oceans where people's lives have been heavily reliant on marine resources, it is essential for Japan to work towards healthy oceans. Japan's government has so far failed to resolve these problems."
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As Trump Claims Workers Support Shutdown for Border Wall, Unpaid Federal Employees Set Record Straight With 'Shutdown Stories'
"We're going to lose both of our incomes right now. If we don't get back pay, that will be a significant impact. Healthcare, insurance all comes out of that check. That's really scary."
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