All News Articles for 2021-02-10

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Fox News did not air complete coverage of former President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial on February 10, 2021. Instead it aired this. (Photo: Twitter screen grab) 'Shameful': Fox News Cuts Away From Senate Trial as Shocking Footage Emerges
Instead, the network aired segments on a viral kitten filter video and the Dallas Mavericks national anthem controversy.
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Taxi drivers block the Brooklyn Bridge on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. NYC Taxi Drivers Shut Down Brooklyn Bridge in Demand for Debt Forgiveness
"We shut down the Brooklyn Bridge because only direct action will get us what we need: medallion debt forgiveness now!"
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"If you want to become the number one country in the world when it comes to electric vehicles, we won't stand in your way," said Sunniva Whittaker, rector of the University of Agder. (Photo: Twitter screengrab from Universitetet i Agder) With Nods to Country's Free Tuition and Paid Maternity Leave, Norwegian University Delivers Epic Response to Will Ferrell's Super Bowl Ad
After the comedian noted that per-capita sales of electric vehicles are higher in Norway than in the U.S., a video from the Scandinavian country pointed out a few more reasons why life is better with social democracy.
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Children and teenagers filed a climate lawsuit against the U.S. government in 2015. (Photo: Our Children's Trust, with permission) After 9th Circuit Decision, Youth Climate Campaigners Vow to Take Landmark Case to Supreme Court
"The 9th Circuit failed to correct the legal errors in the panel decision," said the lead attorney in the case, who added that the case is now up to the nation's highest court.
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This picture taken February 10, 2021 in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh shows a woman viewing a tweet posted by the sister of Saudi activist Loujain al-Hathloul, Lina, showing a screenshot of them having a video call following Hathloul's release after nearly three years in detention. 'The Fight Is Not Over': Prominent Women's Rights Activist Loujain al-Hathloul Released From Saudi Prison
"Her ordeal remains a flagrant miscarriage of justice."
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) speaks during the confirmation hearing for Neera Tanden, nominee for Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), before the Senate Budget Committee on February 10, 2021 at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. At Confirmation Hearing, Bernie Sanders Calls Out Neera Tanden's History of 'Vicious Attacks' on Progressives
The chairman of the Senate Budget Committee also pressed Tanden on her think tank's prolific fundraising from such corporate giants as Amazon, Walmart, and JPMorgan Chase.
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Flares burning off gas at Belridge Oil Field and hydraulic fracking site which is the fourth largest oil field in California. (Photo: Citizens of the Planet/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images) Fossil Fuel and Other Polluters Gave Tens of Millions in Campaign Cash to GOP Lawmakers Opposing Biden's Leasing Freeze
"Our elected officials are sold out to Big Oil," said Public Citizen.
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Then-President Donald Trump speaks on the phone  in the Oval Office of the White House. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Local Georgia Prosecutor Launches Criminal Probe Into Trump's Request to 'Find' the Votes
The former president also faces the ongoing U.S. Senate impeachment trial as well as civil and criminal probes in New York.
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Security forces respond with tear gas after President Donald Trump's supporters breached the U.S. Capitol, storming the building as lawmakers were set to sign off on President-elect Joe Biden's electoral victory. WATCH LIVE: On Day Two of Trump Trial, House Dems Set to Unveil New Footage of 'Extreme Violence'
The new footage, said one Democratic aide, "shows a view of the Capitol that is quite extraordinary."
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"This is not a feel-good story," said Public Citizen on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. "It's a dystopian nightmare." (Photo: Twitter screengrab from ABC7 News) America 'Should Be Ashamed': Texas Teen Forced to Use College Savings to Prevent Mom's Eviction
"Americans owe $70 billion in back rent that they won't be able to pay. If we don't get them relief, there will be millions of stories like these."
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A placard by protesters lies on ground during the demonstration in Barcelona on January 25, 2021 against the imprisonment of Julian Assange. 'Free Assange' Demands Grow as Biden DOJ Says It Will Continue to Seek Extradition
"None of this is inevitable. At every step of the way, individuals with agency are actively choosing to continue the political case against Julian Assange that will have alarming consequences for journalism around the world."
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Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) listens at a hearing on July 14, 2020 in Washington, D.C. 'Maybe We Ought to Go to $20 an Hour. Why Stop at $15?' Scoffs House Republican Arguing Against Wage Hike
The Republican lawmaker didn't acknowledge that had the federal minimum wage kept pace with productivity, it would be around $24 an hour today.
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