All News Articles for 2019-11-07

Thursday, November 7, 2019
A record number of CEOs left their positions in October, the most since the recession in 2008. 'Maybe Rich People Can See the Writing on the Wall': CEOs Stepping Down at Levels Not Seen Since 2008
"You expect a high turnover during a recession period. To see more turnover during a period where companies are doing very well is surprising."
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Demonstrators are seen during "Fire Drill Friday" climate change protest on October 25, 2019 in Washington, DC .Protesters demand immediate action for a Green New Deal. Clean renewable energy by 2030, and no new exploration or drilling for Fossil Fuels. (Photo: John Lamparski/Getty Images) When 92% of Democrats and 67% of Swing Voters in Key Battleground States Support Green New Deal, Pelosi's Opposition Called 'Out of Touch'
"If Democrats want to win back states that delivered the election to Trump in 2016," said the Sunrise Movement, "these numbers show that candidates need to embrace the Green New Deal."
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'Dystopian': Reproductive Rights Advocates Decry California Woman's Murder Charge Over Her Stillborn Baby
"Pregnant people being criminalized and thrown in jail because of their pregnancy outcomes is not just a warning for the future: It's already here."
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$2 Million and Compulsory Training for President's Children Called 'Poetic End' to Trump Charity Abuse Case
The New York attorney general, whose office filed the suit, said that "no one is above the law—not a businessman, not a candidate for office, and not even the president of the United States."
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'All About the Money': Kyrsten Sinema, Lone Senate Democrat Opposed to Net Neutrality, Tied to Comcast Lobbyist's Dark Money Super PAC
"Sinema is arguably the single member of Congress who is carrying the most water for the telecom industry right now and standing in the way of restoring basic net neutrality protections."
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A giant baby trump balloon flies over the Parliament Square during a demonstration against the visit to the UK by US President Donald Trump on July 13, 2018 in London, England. 'Baby Trump Is Coming to Tuscaloosa!': 12-Hour GoFundMe Signals Alabama Protesters Ready for President
"All extra funds will he donated to the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery," said organizer behind the effort. "Will update once we have a location. He needs a lot a space seeing as he is a big baby."
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Glenn Greenwald Assaulted by Pro-Bolsonaro Journalist During Live Broadcast
Augusto Nunes, a defender of Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro, struck Greenwald in the face after the Intercept journalist repeatedly called him a "coward."
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New Zealand Wins Global Praise for 'Historic' Law to Bring Net Carbon Emissions to Zero by 2050
"Now continues the work to actually cut our pollution, and do that in a transformative and just way."
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Bill Gates, billionaire, speaks onstage at 2019 New York Times Dealbook on November 06, 2019 in New York City. Taxing Bill Gates $100 Billion, Counters Bernie Sanders, Could End Homelessness and Microsoft Founder 'Would Still Be a Multibillionaire'
The message, said the 2020 candidate, is that "the billionaire class cannot have it all when so many have so little."
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Despite Global Refugee Population of 70 Million, This Is How Many US Took in Last Month: None
"We should be doing more, not less, and keeping the door open to protect the persecuted who have no safe place to go."
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Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the Iowa Democratic Party Liberty & Justice Celebration on November 1, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. Fourteen presidential are expected to speak at the event addressing over 12,000 people. (Photo: Joshua Lott/Getty Images) 'The Answer Is Not Joe Biden': The Nation Magazine Issues Official Anti-Endorsement
"Stumbling through the primaries, Biden's zombie campaign crowds out worthier challengers, handing Trump a free pass on the very issues that should be his Achilles' heel."
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To Create 'Welcoming and Safe Nation for All,' Sanders Immigration Plan Would End Family Separations, Break Up ICE, and Tackle Root Causes
If elected president in 2020, Sanders vowed he will "end the barbaric practice of ripping children from their parents and locking children in cages."
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'Outrageous': Sanders Condemns Kentucky GOP for Threatening to Overturn Gubernatorial Election
"In a democracy, we cannot allow politicians to just overrule election results," said the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate. "The will of voters must be respected."
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