All News Articles for 2019-05-29

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
'A Public Health Crisis': With Deadline in 48 Hours, Missouri's Last Abortion Clinic Sues GOP Government to Remain Open
"All of these regulations have only one purpose, which is to shut down the ability of health centers to provide safe, legal abortions—which is not going to stop abortion, but it will stop safe, legal abortions."
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller arrives to make a statement about the Russia investigation on May 29, 2019 at the Justice Department. "No Excuse Left": Critics Say Mueller Can't Wriggle Out of Testimony to House
"The report isn't enough. Robert Mueller should testify before Congress."
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Young girl with a backpack stands next to a school bus Group Demands to Know: Who at Trump's EPA Decided to Slash Funds Used to Protect Children From Toxic Poisoning?
"This latest assault on children's health is the opposite of what millions of Americans want, which is a safe environment for their kids."
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Climate activists #MakeThemPay: Demonstrators Call Out ExxonMobil for Climate Crimes at Shareholders Meeting
"To funders of ExxonMobil: start selling your stocks. The lawsuits are coming."
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With Democrats Clamoring for Trump Impeachment After Mueller Statement, Pelosi's Response Denounced as 'Embarrassingly Weak'
"The ball is in Speaker Pelosi's court now, and continuing to delay and make excuses isn't an option."
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As Mueller Delivers 'Impeachment Referral' to Congress, Calls for House Democrats to Act Grow Louder
"It's far past time for Congress to step up to its role as a co-equal branch of government and hold Trump accountable for his crimes."
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Biden's Inappropriate Comment to 10-Year-Old at Town Hall Makes Clear Candidate 'Is Not Listening' to Women, Critics Say
"Not only is Joe Biden's creepiness around young girls not something to be dismissed lightly, his refusal to fully apologize and change his ways is indicative of how little he cares about sexual assault."
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 Secretary-General António Guterres (left) meets with Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old climate activist at the Vienna International Centre on May 27, 2019. Fossil Fuel Subsidies Mean Using Public Money 'To Destroy the World': UN Chief
U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres's comment follows call by Pope Francis to "keep it in the ground"
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Scott Warren 'Criminalizing Compassion': Trial Begins for Humanitarian Facing 20 Years in Prison for Giving Water to Migrants in Arizona Desert
"If Dr. Warren were convicted and imprisoned on these absurd charges, he would be a prisoner of conscience."
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Democrats Urged to 'Take Note' as GOP Rep. Justin Amash Gets Standing Ovation From Constituents for Backing Trump Impeachment
"We can't let conduct like that go unchecked. Congress has a duty to keep the president in check," Amash said during a town hall in his Michigan district
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Special Counsel Robert Mueller III, then the director of the FBI, testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a oversight hearing on Capitol Hill in this file photo. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) Mueller: "If We Had Confidence That the President Clearly Did Not Commit a Crime, We Would Have Said So'
Special Counsel speaks publicly about his investigation and makes clear his team did not exonerate the president
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Virtually No Wage Growth, Surge in Stock Buybacks: Study Offers More Proof Trump Tax Cuts Were 'Designed to Put a Big Windfall in Oligarch Pockets'
"It's done nothing to raise wages and flown right into corporate execs' pockets," Rep. Bill Pascrell said of the Republican tax law
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