All News Articles for 2019-04-19

Friday, April 19, 2019
Warren Becomes First 2020 Contender to Announce Support for Impeachment Proceedings Against Trump
"The severity of this misconduct demands that elected officials in both parties set aside political considerations and do their constitutional duty."
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Flint Residents 'Will Get Their Day In Court' After Federal Judge Rules They Can Sue EPA Over Water Crisis
"These lies went on for months while the people of Flint continued to be poisoned."
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The now-closed Crystal River 3 Nuclear Power Plant in Florida. Watchdog Sounds Alarm Over Regulatory Capture as New Reporting Shows Nuclear Plants Unprepared for Climate Crisis
"We do not have an independent regulator that is heeding its mandate to protect public health and safety first."
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Fires burn in Derry, Northern Ireland, on Thursday night. The violence claimed the life of journalist Lyra McKee. 'Shocking Attack' in Northern Ireland That Killed Journalist the Latest Incident of Escalating Violence
A number of stressors, chief among them the political instability that comes from the U.K.'s ongoing Brexit struggles, may be to blame for the recent uptick in unrest.
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child eats strawberry 'Finally!': Court Orders EPA to Stop Stalling Potential Ban on Pesticide Tied to Brain Damage in Kids
"We hope Trump's EPA finally decides to protect the future of countless children and the health of millions of farmworkers."
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A striker at a New England Stop & Shop. 'Oppressed Labor' Not Backing Down as Stop & Shop Strike Enters Second Week
"We want our pension to be left the way it is, our healthcare not to be taken away from us, to keep our time and a half."
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With Nation Distracted by Mueller Report, Facebook Admits Millions of Users' Passwords Affected by Latest Privacy Breach
"That is how you news dump."
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climate activists Decrying 'Toxic Alliance' of Macron and Polluters, Climate Campaigners Stage One of France's Largest Ever Acts of Civil Disobedience
"Instead of regulating the activities of these polluting multinationals, Emmanuel Macron is rolling out the red carpet!"
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Pentagon Spending Set to Hit Near-Record Levels, But 'Establishment Says We Can't Afford' Progressive Policies
"Very few in Congress are questioning how the U.S. can afford to spend $7.5 trillion on the military."
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Demanding to Hear Directly From Mueller, Nadler Subpoenas Full, Unredacted Report Friday
"We need the entire report, unredacted, and the underlying documents in order to make informed decisions."
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ACLU Demands Investigation Into Pro-Trump 'Fascist Militia' Unlawfully Detaining Migrants at Gunpoint
"The Trump administration's vile racism has emboldened white nationalists and fascists to flagrantly violate the law."
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After Mueller Report, Progressives Say 'Begin Impeachment Hearings Now'
"Politicians in Washington must not continue to conduct business as usual."
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