All News Articles for 2019-09-10

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Charles M. Kupperman, the acting national security advisor, has been criticized for his views in the past. Bolton's Replacement Charles Kupperman 'Another Islamophobe,' Charge Critics
"In Washington, D.C. today, the more things change, the more they stay the same."
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Parents on Twitter Share Sky-High Costs of Giving Birth in the US, Calling for Medicare for All
"Saving these bills to show my kids what life was like before Medicare for All, and why we fought so hard to give them a better country."
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Politicon's lineup for 2019 features more than a few controversial figures. Politicon Lineup Exposes Event as 'Circus': Critics
"Why should the average voter invest in US politics if those running it think it's all a sport?"
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"Exactly What I've Hoped For": 100+ Education Leaders Voice Support for Sanders K-12 Plan
"No president or presidential candidate has offered a proposal so bold and sweeping."
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Ahead of Israeli Election, Netanyahu Vows to Annex Large Swathes of West Bank 'In Maximum Coordination With Trump'
"A reminder that Israel is a state where apartheid policies are used to appeal to voters."
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Plan to Release Radioactive Fukushima Wastewater Into Pacific Ocean Panned by Critics
"Another reason to not build nuclear power plants."
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Former national security advisor John Bolton listens to President Donald Trump talk to reporters during a cabinet meeting at the White House in Washington on Feb. 12. Progressives 'Overjoyed' as John Bolton Leaves White House
"Best news of this past few weeks, if not longer!!!!"
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'Democracy for Some, But Not for All': Report Reveals Nearly 1,700 Polling Places Closed Since Supreme Court Weakened Voting Rights Act
"Seems like Republicans don't want people to vote...wonder what they are worried about."
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House Democrats Threaten to Subpoena Pentagon After Report Exposes Trump Deal With Scotland Airport
"We're challenging Trump's laughably fraudulent claim that he had 'nothing to do with' the Prestwick Airport near his failing Scottish resort."
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A man salvages debris Urgently Investing $1.8 Trillion to #AdaptOurWorld and Avert 'Climate Apartheid' Could Yield $7.1 Trillion in Benefits, Analysis Shows
"Without bold adaptation action, climate change becomes a life sentence to poverty and suffering for already vulnerable and marginalized people."
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To Critics Who Say Climate Action Is 'Too Expensive,' Greta Thunberg Responds: 'If We Can Save the Banks, We Can Save the World'
"If there is something we are not lacking in this world, it's money. Of course, many people do lack money, but governments and these people in power, they do not lack money."
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"Trump's Racism and Cruelty Knows No Bounds": Outrage as President Smears Dorian Victims Fleeing Bahamas as Gang Members
"The survivors of Hurricane Dorian are climate change refugees fleeing disaster, and they deserve compassion and support, not isolation and exclusion," said the Sunrise Movement
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