All News Articles for 2019-03-04

Monday, March 4, 2019
"When We Say 'Pharma Greed Kills,' This Is What We Mean": Critics Respond to Possible Purdue Bankruptcy
"Well, this is certainly the Trumpian way out."
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Democrats' Subpoena List for Trump World Reads 'Like an Article, Actually Many Articles, of Impeachment'
The House Judiciary Committee is aimed at Trump's "obstruction of justice, corruption, and abuse of power," said chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.).
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Dark money FEC Called On to Close Dark Money Loophole Poisoning Democracy
"Dark money has become a scourge in our elections," says Public Citizen's Lisa Gilbert
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'The American People Do Not Want Endless War': Sanders, Warren, and Ocasio-Cortez Back Pledge to Bring Post-9/11 Conflicts to a Close
"Congress must reassert its constitutional authority over the use of force and responsibly end these interventions," said the Vermont senator.
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Tale of Jamal Kashoggi Killing Only Getting More Gruesome
Meanwhile, the Saudi crown prince enjoys support of U.S., others.
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U.S. Ambassador David Friedman In Latest Assault on Palestinian Rights, US Shutters Jerusalem Consulate
Critics say so-called merger "is nothing more than a smokescreen trying to camouflage what is essentially an opening of American embassy in Jerusalem"
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In 'Wake-Up Call' for Nation, Study Using Industry's Own Data Finds 9 in 10 Coal Plants Are Causing Toxic Pollution
"The pollution is basically everywhere you look."
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As Guaidó Returns to Venezuela, Pence Threatens 'Swift Response' If Opposition Leader Arrested
Leader of right-wing opposition—attempting to overthrow the elected government with the help of the Trump administration—claims it "would be a coup d'état" if he was detained
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Ilhan Omar Faces Renewed Smears From GOP and Fellow Democrats Over Her Criticism of Israel
"Being opposed to Netanyahu and the occupation is not the same as being anti-Semitic," Omar said Sunday.
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'Only the Beginning': Oakland Teachers Return to Classroom After Week-Long Strike, But Vow to Build on Victory
"Educators will no longer let this school district starve our neighborhood schools of resources."
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Still 'Long Way to Go' to End Systemic Racism, Sanders Tells Crowd of 12,500 in Chicago
"We are going to change a system in which tens of thousands every single year get criminal records for possessing marijuana, but not one major Wall Street executive went to jail for destroying our economy," said the Vermont senator and 2020 presidential contender
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