All News Articles for 2019-11-26

Tuesday, November 26, 2019
privacy image Expert Says Senate Democrats' Sweeping Online Privacy Bill Answers Public Demand for 'Transformative Shift'
"The Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act gives consumers meaningful rights, holds companies accountable, and protects stronger state safeguards."
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Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) presides over a mark-up hearing where members may vote to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress for not providing an unredacted copy of special prosecutor Robert Mueller's report. Nadler Invites Trump to Either Participate in Impeachment Hearing Next Week or 'Stop Complaining'
"The President has a choice to make: he can take this opportunity to be represented in the impeachment hearings, or he can stop complaining about the process."
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Oil pumps in California Climate Expert Says UN Emissions Report Makes Clear Only Solution Is to 'Cut Off Supply of Fossil Fuels at Their Source'
"Climate policy proposals that do not squarely confront the issue of supply are not making a serious attempt to avert catastrophe."
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Women during a protest on the commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, in Nantes, France, on November 25, 2019. (Photo: Estelle Ruiz/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Global Demonstrations Demand 'Concrete, Practical Action' to End Violence Against Women
Women in Spain demonstrating on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women had the far-right Vox Party to contend with as its leaders called for the repeal of an anti-violence law.
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The wealth of the 400 richest Americans doubled in the last decade. 'Ten Year Challenge' for 400 Wealthiest Americans Shows Fortunes Doubled Since 2009 While Tax Rates Dropped
"Here's the thing: the way the system is set up, we're headed for another decade of this."
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WATCH: First Lady Melania Trump Loudly Booed by Students During Baltimore Opioid Summit
"If your president husband calls the city 'a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess' where 'no human being would want to live' and then you hold an 'anti-bullying' event there, on behalf of the White House, honestly, what do you expect?"
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Protestors unfurl anti-Amazon banners from the balcony of a hearing room during a New York City Council Finance Committee on January 30, 2019. Athena vs. Amazon: New Coalition Debuts on Eve of Holiday Shopping Season to Call Out Company's "Long Line of Abuses"
"It's time for Amazon to come of age and pay its own way."
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) So-Called 'Army Built to Fight Medicare for All,' Says Healthcare Expert, Really 'Just Hired Guns Hired by Corporate Stooges'
"We have to take this evil deadly seriously," another critic said of the for-profit healthcare industry's efforts to kill single-payer legislative proposals.
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'This Is Meant to Scare Workers': Vows to Fight Back After Google Fires Four Employees Who Led Organizing
"They think this will crush our efforts, but it won't. For every one they retaliate against, there are hundreds of us who will fight."
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Former National security adviser John Bolton, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence before the start of a joint news conference in the Rose Garden at the White House June 7, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) If Not for Damage to Future Presidents, Trump Claims He Would 'Love' to Have Pompeo, Mulvaney, Perry, Bolton, and Others Testify
"Donald Trump," responded one sarcastic critic, "famed for his consideration of other Presidents.
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Obama Privately Considered Leading 'Stop-Bernie Campaign' to Combat Sanders 2020 Surge: Report
"From lofty heights, Obama has now become a dampener of hope, a barrier to change, and a threat to progress."
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'The Science Is Screaming': UN Report Warns Only Rapid and Transformational Action Can Stave Off Global Climate Disaster
"Failure to heed these warnings and take drastic action to reverse emissions means we will continue to witness deadly and catastrophic heatwaves, storms, and pollution."
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