All News Articles for 2019-12-04

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Sarah Pitlyk (R) is seen with other former law clerks for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at an event at the Heritage Foundation on August 9, 2018. Trump's Rightward Shift of Federal Courts Advances as Senate Confirms Anti-Choice Sarah Pitlyk
"Appalling."
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Migrants queue to receive aid distributed by Turkish Red Crescent at the camp 'Vucjak' near Bihac in Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 21, 2019. More than 700 irregular migrants from Pakistan, Afghanistan and other countries continue their lives in makeshift tents, located 15 kilometers from the Croatian border. Turkish Red Crescent distributed sweaters, blankets, sleeping-bags, toothpastes and towels. (Photo: Kayhan Gul/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) 'People Here Will Start Dying': Dire Warnings as Stranded Refugees Freeze in Hellish Conditions Near Bosnia-Croatia Border
The conditions of the refugee camp are being decried as "not for human beings" as officials demanded immediate relief for those languishing there.
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London company management firm Formations House was the subject of a massive leak that journalists began reporting on Wednesday. Massive Leak of Data Reveals Money-Hiding Secrets of Superrich—and This Is 'Only the Beginning'
"It's hard to overstate how notorious and suspicious the firm is."
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Documents Reveal 'Toxic Trump-Johnson Deal' Post-Brexit Would Allow US Pharma Industry to Send NHS Drug Prices Skyrocketing
"A Labour government will stop our NHS being sold off in a toxic trade deal with Trump," Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said.
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Advocates hold signs at the second-ever congressional hearing on Medicare for All. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) 'Another Victory for #MedicareForAll!' Says Jayapal as Fourth House Hearing on Proposal Is Announced
The Washington Democrat called the development "proof of the historic momentum we have in our fight to ensure quality, affordable healthcare for everyone."
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Legal Scholar Points to Sondland Testimony as 'Most Chilling' Evidence Trump Used Power of Office for Private 'Political Benefit'
"A candidate for president should resist foreign interference in our elections, not demand it. If we are to keep faith with the Constitution and our Republic, President Trump must be held to account."
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Trayvon Martin (left) was killed by George Zimmerman (right) in 2012. Zimmerman is suing Martin's family. 'Disgraceful Sham': George Zimmerman Sues Parents of Trayvon Martin, Others for $100 Million
"Imagine killing an unarmed child and then suing his parents."
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Progressives Fire Back at Buttigieg's 'Bad Faith' Claim That Tuition-Free College Proposals Are Elitist
"The type of attitude that Mayor Pete Buttigieg is exhibiting here is in fact elitist in itself."
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"The fossil fuel industry must take full responsibility for the climate change crisis." Big Polluters Must Be 'Held Liable' for Destruction of Climate, Campaigners Say at COP 25
"For decades, big polluters have gone to any lengths to block, weaken, and delay policy. That time is over."
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In a new poll released by Amnesty International, 71% of respondents expressed fear over how Big Tech is taking and using their personal data. 'A Damning Indictment': Global Poll Shows 71% Support Regulation of Tech Giants to Protect Data Privacy
"People want to see an end to tech companies trampling over our right to privacy."
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Protesters hold signs during a demonstration against migrant detention facilities on July 2, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Consulting Giant McKinsey Suggested "Detention Savings Opportunities" That Even ICE Staff Viewed as Too Harsh on Immigrants
How McKinsey helped the Trump Administration detain and deport immigrants.
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'Profoundly Disturbing': William Barr Says Communities That Do Not 'Respect' Police Could Lose Protections
Civil rights advocates viewed the attorney general's comments as a threat against communities of color that have protested police brutality and killings.
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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday will preside over the committee's first hearing  as part of the wider impeachment inquiry in the U.S. House of Representatives. (Photo: Getty Images) WATCH LIVE: Day 6 of Trump Impeachment Hearings
Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said the hearing would offer an opportunity to "discuss the constitutional framework through which the House may analyze the evidence gathered in the present inquiry."
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U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend the NATO summit at the Grove Hotel on December 4, 2019 in Watford, England.  Feelings Hurt by 'Two-Faced' Trudeau and Laughing NATO Leaders, Trump Leaves Summit Early in a Huff
"There is nothing he hates more than important people laughing at him."
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'What Cruelty Looks Like': Trump Finalizes Plan to Strip Food Aid From 750,000 Low-Income People by 2020
"When it came to tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, Trump felt the nation's finances were firm enough to give up more than $1,500,000,000,000. When it's time to spend a fraction of that to help poor people eat, that's when the well has supposedly run dry."
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'He Has a Lot of Explaining to Do': Call Records Show Devin Nunes Spoke With Giuliani Multiple Times Amid Ukraine Scheme
"Hugely incriminating" was how one commentator described the previously undisclosed call records.
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