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Thursday, June 7, 2018
solar workers After Just a Few Months, Trump's Solar Tariffs Blamed for Billions in Shelved Clean Energy Projects
Trump-imposed tariffs have reportedly cost Americans thousands of jobs
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Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Sanders Calls DNC Chair Tom Perez's Endorsement of Cuomo in NY Primary a 'Mistake'
Vermont senator says endorsement will "make it harder to trust that progressive candidates in 2020 will get a fair shake"
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'Tremendous Defeat' for Trump's DOJ as Judge Rules in Favor of Philadelphia's Sanctuary City Status
A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to restore funding to Philadelphia after Attorney General Jeff Sessions pulled a grant as retribution for the city's refusal to assist in immigration arrests
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Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/cc) EPA's Running Out of Time to Produce Any Documents That Back Up Pruitt's Climate Denial
New federal court order says agency must turn over documents in FOIA request
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'What Happens When You Put Someone in Charge of Agency They Think Shouldn't Exist,' Says Warren After Mulvaney Guts CFPB Panel
"Mulvaney is only interested in obtaining views from his inner circle, and has no interest in hearing the perspectives of those who work with struggling American families," says the board's ousted chair
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Walmart worker 'Jaw-Dropping' Report Reveals Rampant Wage Theft Among Top US Corporations
"Wage theft goes far beyond sweatshops, fast-food outlets, and retailers. It is built into the business model of a substantial portion of corporate America."
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President's Clemency for 63-Year-Old Serving Life for Non-Violent Drug Offense Is 'Unambiguously Good.' But Trump Is Also Working to Make Mass Incarceration Worse
"Trump stumbled into a good thing" with the Alice Johnson commutation, observed one criminal justice reform advocate. "Meanwhile, he's actively working to make sure federal prisons fill up with men and women just like her."
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A protester holds a paint-covered shirt outside a training session involving Argentina's World Cup soccer team in Barcelona, Spain, on Tuesday. (Photo: Albert Gea/Reuters) Following Push by Human Rights Campaigners, Argentina Calls Off #NotFriendly Soccer Match With Israel
The game was seen as "part of the Israeli apartheid regime's sports-washing policy"
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Terrorizing of Immigrant Community Continues as ICE Arrest of Pizza Delivery Man Sends 'Shock Waves'
Pablo Villavicencio presented a city ID card while delivering a pizza to a military base—but a soldier deemed the ID insufficient and called ICE to detain him
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"The official death toll still stands at 64, but the new study estimates a death toll of at least 4,645, with some projections topping 5,700." (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Naomi Klein: 4,645 Deaths in Puerto Rico From Hurricane Maria Were "State-Sponsored Mass Killing"
"Maybe there was not the intent to kill, but there is the knowledge that the infrastructure was being destroyed."
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Sanders Says McConnell Cancelled August Recess Because He's "Scared to Death" GOP Will Lose Senate
"I think everybody knows why he's doing it. He wants to keep Democrats in Washington rather than campaigning."
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betsy Betsy DeVos Stirs Fresh Outrage: Says School Safety Panel Won't Study Role of Guns
"Secretary DeVos is just admitting what we knew all along—that the Trump administration's pledge to keep kids safe from gun violence was not serious," said one gun control advocate
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After Historic Primary Win in New Mexico, Climate Champion Deb Haaland On Track to Be First Native American Woman in Congress
Haaland, who supports defunding ICE, called her win "a victory for working people, a victory for women, and a victory for everyone who has been sidelined by the billionaire class."
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As Mysterious 'Stingray' Use Sparks Spying Fears in DC, Trump FCC Chair Accused of 'Stonewalling' Probe
"Pai and the FCC are dragging their feet here. They are ducking. They are trying to conjure up any possible reason to sit it out."
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Becker 94-Year-Old Fights City Officials to Keep Her Massive 'Impeach President Trump Now!' Lawn Sign
"What else could I do?" says Myra Becker. "Our democracy is in danger."
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Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Despite Rightwing Fearmongering, Experts Say Now Is the Time to Expand Social Security
"Social Security is a solution to our looming retirement income crisis, the increasing economic squeeze on middle-class families, and the perilous and growing income and wealth inequality."
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Fed Up With Big Banks That Fund Climate Crisis and Oppression, Community Coalition Demands Public Bank for New York
"It's time New York City puts its money where its mouth is, divests from Wall Street, and—through a public bank—invests in us."
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'God Bless Uh.....": It Once Again Looks Like Trump Doesn't Know Words to Song All Truly Great American Patriots Know By Heart
"What an embarrassing, shabby, low rent period of history this is."
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Warren Vowing to 'Padlock Revolving Door' in DC, Warren Teases New Anti-Corruption Legislation
"The Trump administration and an army of lobbyists are determined to rig the game in their favor, to boost their own profits—the cost to consumers be damned," the senator says
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With Vow to Fight for Workers and Against Corporate Monopolies, Keith Ellison to Run for Minnesota AG
"I am running to be the People's Lawyer to hold those in power accountable and to protect and defend all Minnesotans."
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Calls to Expel US Ambassador to Germany After Trump Appointee Pledges to 'Empower' Far Right Across Europe
"If people like U.S. ambassador Richard Grenell believe they can dictate like a lord of the manor who rules in Europe and who doesn't, they can no longer remain in Germany as a diplomat."
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plastic pollution As Planet Chokes on Plastic Waste, UN Report Offers Roadmap to Tackle Global Crisis
The anaylsis comes amid warnings that plastic pollution has become "one of our planet's greatest environmental challenges."
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As Bayer Ditches Monsanto's Toxic Name in Merger, Green Groups Say There's No Erasing Its "Toxic Legacy"
"This merger will create the world's biggest and most powerful agribusiness corporation, which will try to force its genetically modified seeds and toxic pesticides into our food and countryside."
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In Typical 'Police State' Response, Cops Show Up With Guns Drawn After Friends Worried Chelsea Manning Was Near Suicide
"If Chelsea had been home when these cops arrived with guns drawn, she would be dead."
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US Ambassador to Israel Tells Journalists Who Report Truth of Gaza Massacre: 'Keep Your Mouths Shut'
Trump-appointee David Friedman insisted that American news coverage is biased against Israel, but media analysts have concluded that the precise opposite is the case
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fox segment 'Astonishing Dishonesty': Fox News Uses Photos of Eagles Players Praying to Denigrate #TakeAKnee Protests
"This can't be serious," said one NFL player shown in a photo. "Praying before games with my teammates, well before the anthem, is being used for your propaganda?! Just sad, I feel like you guys should have to be better than this."
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A 'Scale of Brutality...Out of Control': Amnesty Says US Annihilation of Raqqa Possible War Crime
"The strikes are part of a wider pattern and provide a strong case that many U.S.-led coalition attacks that killed and injured civilians and destroyed homes and infrastructure violated international humanitarian law."
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Trump Eagles National Anthem 'Egomaniac' Trump Cancels Eagles White House Visit and Will Host National Anthem Party for Himself Instead
"The United States Marine Band and the U.S. Army Chorus performing for a president throwing a party for himself instead of the Philadelphia Eagles should make for some of the weirdest concert video ever."
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Protest #keepfamilestogether UN Calls on US to 'Immediately Halt' Policy of Tearing Children Away From Parents
The human rights office says the practice "amounts to arbitrary and unlawful interference in family life, and is a serious violation of the rights of the child."
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Monday, June 4, 2018
With Recent Events Reminiscent of Nation's "Darkest Chapters," #LivingWhileBlack Victims Demand Congressional Hearings
"At the Philly Starbucks, the Yale dorm, the golf course, or the Oakland park, the police investigation should have focused on the frivolous and possibly criminal abuses of the 911 emergency system rather than on the people who were doing nothing wrong when someone called about them."
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Activists rally in support of Puerto Rican families displaced by Hurricane Maria, on the steps of City Hall, April 19, 2018 in New York City. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) San Juan Mayor Says Trump's "Total Neglect' of Puerto Rico Must Be Called Out
"The United Nations says that when people are denied the access to basic human services—like electric power, like water, like food, like appropriate medical care—it is like a violation of human rights."
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"Let's Not Subsidize Our Own Extinction": Rallies Across Canada Denounce Trudeau's Kinder Morgan Buyout
"This could cost $15 to $20 billion all told. That is money that could solve the drinking water crisis in Canada on First Nations reserves."
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Demanding Medicare for All and the End of ICE, NY Congressional Candidate Ocasio-Cortez Wins DSA's Endorsement
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the first candidate to challenge House Democratic Caucus chair Joseph Crowley in 14 years
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David Mullins (L) and Charlie Craig wait to speak to journalists after the U.S. Supreme Court hears the case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission on December 5, 2017 in Washington, DC. Demands for Businesses to Be #OpenToAll After Supreme Court Sides With Baker Who Wouldn't Make Same-Sex Wedding Cake
Advocacy group warns the ruling could invite "discrimination and further efforts to justify withholding service from #LGBTQ people."
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Aid Groups Issue Grave Warnings as Trump Considers Major Escalation of US Military Role in Yemen
Aid groups warned that American support for a Saudi-led takeover of Yemen's main humanitarian port "would destroy the lifeline to millions."
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'Sure Looks Like Zuckerberg Lied' to Congress About User Privacy, As New Facebook Data-Sharing Deals Come to Light
The tech giant has allowed cell phone and device makers access to Facebook users' and their friends' data, without explicit consent
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'Very, Very Disturbing': Trump Asserts 'Absolute Right' to Pardon Himself
"You don't need to be a lawyer to understand why courts would never uphold a president's power to commit crimes and then pardon himself for them."
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Watch: Facility Staff Call Police as Senator Attempts to Examine Conditions of Immigrant Detention Center
"Children should never be ripped from their families and held in secretive detention centers."
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Sunday, June 3, 2018
Rudy Goes Big for Tyranny: Says Trump 'Probably Does' Have Power to Pardon Himself
"If this sounds like tyranny to you, that’s because it is."
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A 'Lie to the American People': Despite Repeated Denials, Lawyer Admits Trump Dictated Son's Misleading Statement
"There's no wiggle room. They said the president had nothing to do with that statement by Donald Trump Jr."
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Trump's Trade War Cometh: Nations, Critics Push Back Against US Tariffs From All Directions
As trading partners shake their fists and begin issuing retaliatory threats, economic critics lament the dangerous incoherence of it all. "He's just doing this because he can," lamented Paul Krugman. "Worse, there's no obvious end game."
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'Ludicrous': Critics Slay Memo From Trump Lawyers Claiming President Above the Law
Under this legal argument, warned one lawmaker, the president "could shoot a federal employee on 5th Ave and still not be able to be indicted, or even subpoenaed."
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Saturday, June 2, 2018
"We Need to Shame Disney" Over Poverty Wages, Declares Bernie Sanders at Workers' Rally
While Disney gobbles up hundreds of million in taxpayer subsidies, Sanders joins workers to rail against corporate largess that denies people a living wage and fuels inequality
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Scott Pruitt, Courtside Seats, Corruption, and—Oh, Yeah—the Destruction of the Planet
"True, our planet is being wrecked by climate change, but at least Scott Pruitt got good seats to a basketball game."
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Sorrow, Outrage Over IDF Killing of Nurse in Gaza as Deathtoll Surpasses 120
"Razan was not shooting," said one witness. "Razan was saving souls and treating the wounded."
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"Psychopath's Trade War": Critics Denounce Trump's Reckless Tariffs on Mexico, EU, and Canada
"It simply makes no sense to start a trade war with Canada, the European Union and others who are engaged in fair trade, are not cheating and where workers are paid a living wage with good benefits," argued Sanders
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Friday, June 1, 2018
Following Worker Revolt, Google to End Drone Technology Contract with Pentagon
"Kudos to all the Google employees who forced the company's hand on this."
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Demonstrators hold signs during an anti-war protest after President Donald Trump launched airstrikes in Syria, April 15, 2018 in New York City.  (Photo : Kena Betancur/Getty Images) Carnage Concealed: Experts Denounce Pentagon for Lowballing Number of Civilians US Killed in 2017
"We call on the U.S. government to meaningfully investigate all claims of civilian casualties and to be transparent about who is killed and harmed in U.S. military operations"
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Following Illinois's Overdue Vote on ERA, Momentum Surges for One of These 13 States to Ratify Amendment
"Anything is possible. We haven't had the momentum we have now."
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Announcing North Korea Summit Back On, Trump Says Letter From Kim He "Didn't Open" Is "Very Interesting"
Despite latest bizarre behavior from Trump, peace advocates call announcement "good news for diplomacy"
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Scathing UN Report Condemns Trump and GOP for 'Deliberately' Driving Up Already Devastating Inequality
"At the end of the day, particularly in a rich country like the United States, the persistence of extreme poverty is a political choice made by those in power."
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Trump Trump Taxpayer-Funded Coal and Nuclear Bailout Decried as 'Breathtaking Abuse of Authority'
Critics called the plan an "outrageous ploy" by Trump "to help his rich friends" at the expense of Americans' pocketbooks and the environment
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Facebook Shareholders Accuse Zuckerberg of Running 'Corporate Dictatorship' and Condemn Data Privacy Scandal as 'Human Rights Violation'
Zuckerberg's outsized influence over the company's decision making has contributed to controversies like the privacy scandal involving Cambridge Analytica, one shareholder argued
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Former Mossad Director (2011-2016) Tamir Pardo seen here in 2016 Amid New Threat of War, Former Mossad Chief Admits Israel Had 2011 Plan to Attack Iran
"When [Netanyahu] tells you to start the countdown process, you know that he isn't playing games with you," says Tamir Pardo
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'Like Talking to a Toddler': Mother of School Shooting Victim Reveals How It Felt to Discuss Gun Policy With Trump
"In a normal presidency, this would be big/headline news, but with Trump, even for his supporters, such behavior is taken for granted. Baked in. Expected even. We shrug. We move on."
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baby at rally Nationwide #KeepFamiliesTogether Rallies Demand Trump Halt 'Cruel' Border Separation Policy
"Criminalizing families and separating children from their parents is a practice that traumatizes and shocks us all."
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'Not Just Morally Wrong—It's Against the Law': Keith Ellison Calls Out Elon Musk for Anti-Union Threats
In letter, congressman asks Musk if he'll stop "threatening employees with retaliation for exercising federally protected rights"
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As Advocates See Hundreds of Civil Rights Cases Dismissed by Trump's Education Dept, National Groups Take on DeVos
"These were all complaints that were legitimate. I guess we have selective civil rights in the United States now."
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PR presser Decrying Trump's 'Cruel' Refusal to Act, Warren and Markey Unveil Bill to Help Puerto Ricans Left Homeless by Maria
With a new hurricane season beginning, "this can't wait," says Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)
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Nixon 2.0? After Audio of Michael Cohen Threatening Reporter Emerges, Avenatti Says Trump Tapes 'A Whole Different Level'
"Like the Nixon tapes years ago, we now have what I will refer to as the 'Trump tapes,'" says lawyer demanding Trump's legal team make recordings available to the public
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Thursday, May 31, 2018
Aging Paperless Voting Machines in Hotly-Contested Districts Stoke Fears Ahead of Midterms
In addition to undermining voter confidence, warn officials, the lack of a paper trail could leave the machines vulnerable to election-meddling
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Trump Democrats Demand Oversight Hearing as Trump White House Stonewalls GAO Investigators
Lawmakers say administration's refusal to answer agency requests could "impair Congress from fulfilling its constitutional oversight responsibilities"
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Amid Signs of 'Cronyism, Nepotism, and Conflicts of Interest,' Watchdog Demands Probe of Trump-ZTE Dealings
"The American people deserve answers about these controversial dealings, but the White House refuses to even offer a coherent explanation for its actions, so it falls to Congress to exercise its oversight responsibilities."
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Though White Americans Benefit Most From Social Safety Net, Study Shows How Racial Resentment Can Fuel Welfare Opposition
"Whites' perceptions that minorities' standing is rising can produce periods of 'welfare backlash' in which adoption of policies restricting or curtailing welfare programs is more likely," warns researcher
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Trump Announces Full Pardon for 'Openly Racist' Right-Wing Propagandist Dinesh D'Souza
"Dinesh D'Souza is a racist piece of shit, and it's worth keeping in mind that he was pardoned because of that, not in spite of it."
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j20 Victory for Dissent as Government Drops Charges Against Group of J20 Protesters
The developments followed revelations that the government lied about evidence—but that wasn't enough to delay closing arguments for one group of defendants
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'One Down. One to Go': Michael Moore Hints at Project Aimed at Roseanne and Trump's Shared Racism
"I know Roseanne. And I know Trump. And they are about to rue the day they knew me..."
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Paving Way for Next Taxpayer-Funded Wall Street Bailout, Trump Fed Unveils Plan to Gut Volcker Rule
"Just ten years after the financial crisis, Congress and the federal regulators have once again become Wall Street's enthusiastic partners in deregulation, putting the rest of us at risk for the sake of still greater industry profits."
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activists Imposed Work Requirements Taint Medicaid Expansion Victory in Virginia
Such provisions, permitted by the Trump administration, "do very little to cut costs and do very much to stigmatize and punish people—especially poor people and people with disabilities," noted one critic
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'This Is a Democracy, Not a Dictatorship': Federal Workers Union Sues Donald Trump
"This president seems to think he is above the law, and we are not going to stand by while he tries to shred workers' rights."
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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Farm in Belgium To Upend Failed Paradigm, Hundreds of Experts Converge in EU to Forge Blueprint for Sustainable Food System
"We need a fundamental transition to sustainable food and farming systems," says Olivier De Schutter
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40+ Rights Groups Demand Homeland Security Release Unredacted 'Race Paper' Used to Justify Spying on Justice Activists
"Rather than focusing on the real threat of white nationalists and Neo-Nazis, the government has demonized and criminalized Black activists protesting injustice."
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"I think that we need to formulate consistent principles about what our views are, but in Roseanne’s case, it was so far over the line of anything decent that I don’t think anyone would think that ABC could do anything but fire her." (Photo: Screengrab) Glenn Greenwald: Why Did ABC Ignore Roseanne Barr’s Hateful Tweets Against Arabs and Palestinians?
"There is no question at all that what she tweeted is completely in line and perfectly consistent with what she has been saying and writing and tweeting for many years."
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As Trump EPA Attacks Workers and Environment, Trio of Lawsuits Takes Aim at "Outrageous" Pro-Pesticide Agenda
The suits, filed Wednesday, target the Trump administration's efforts to block federal rules on poisonous chemicals
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'No Personnel Announcements at This Time,' Says Huckabee Sanders When Asked About Trump's Latest Griping About AG Jeff Sessions
"Publicly questioning your own decision to nominate your own attorney general hours after it gets publicly confirmed that said attorney general remains a key witness in an investigation into whether you obstructed justice by interfering in said investigation does not seem like a sound legal...
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Nationwide #KeepFamiliesTogether Rallies Will Demand End to Trump's 'Vile' Abuse of Immigrant Children
"We have the power to change this cruel policy—if enough of us raise our voices."
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Denied Care and Held in 'Ice Box' Cell, Asylum Seeker's Death in ICE Custody Exposes Systemic Neglect and Abuse
"Roxy died due to medical negligence by U.S. immigration authorities. Why incarcerate and torture her like this?"
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Sign reads: Save the internet 'Major Win': California Senate Passes Bill Restoring Net Neutrailty
"We need to do everything we can to ensure that the people of California can decide for themselves whether, when, and for what purpose they are using the internet," says bill's author
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In 'Blistering' Report, Journalism Watchdog Condemns DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks as Severe Threat to Free Press
"Imagine if Trump had the power to go after 'leakers' for 'conspiracy.'"
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bank strike Decrying Defaulted Loans of Deadbeat Corporations, One Million Indian Bank Workers Hold 48-Hour Strike
Rejecting banks' excuses for paltry raise proposal, union leaders say ordinary employees shouldn't have to pay to price for bad loans
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For Their 'Bold' Climate Platforms, Progressive Challengers in NY and Calif. Democratic Primary Fights Win Key Endorsements
"If we're serious about reducing climate-warming emissions quickly enough to preserve our life-sustaining systems—and we are—then we have to start voting on climate."
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cattle 'No Such Thing as Cheap Meat': New Global Index Shows Industry's Failure to Combat Climate Crisis, Antibiotic Resistance
Index gauges how 60 suppliers, worth a combined $300 billion, are managing sustainability risks based on nine criteria
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Hundreds Rally, Dozens Arrested in Effort to Save Chickens from 'Horrific Cruelty' at Industrial Egg Farm
When more Americans see "what's happening behind the doors of factory farms, they know it's against their values."
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Donald Trump Jeff Sessions Robert Mueller 'Very Strong Evidence' of Obstruction: Trump Reportedly Told Sessions to Reverse Recusal from Russia Probe
"Given this bizarre timeline of behavior by Trump, it's hard to conclude that Trump doesn't want Sessions to improperly impede the Mueller investigation."
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Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Supreme Court Decision Leaves Arkansas Women With Only One Abortion Clinic in the State
The Supreme Court refused to hear a challenge to a 2015 law that places restrictions on clinics that provide medication abortions
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protest Keystone XL Developer "Infiltrates Our Democracy" With Major Campaign Contributions in Nebraska
Ahead of midterms, TransCanada has poured several thousand dollars into the GOP governor's and state lawmakers' election efforts
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Hundreds Arrested Nationwide as Poor People's Campaign Demands 'End to the War Economy'
"We have a long history of wars against other people, mostly people of color, around the world. It's time we stopped calling it the Defense Department and started calling it what it is: the Department of War."
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Corporations Win Again as 'Toxic Mega Merger' Wins Approval From Trump DOJ
The American people, said Friends of the Earth, "deserve better than corporate monopolies that drive up food prices and put family farmers out of business."
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Black Defendants Face Harsher Sentences From GOP-Appointed Judges, Study Finds
As Trump makes judicial appointments at breakneck speed, Harvard research exposes troubling sentencing disparities along racial lines
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Kinder Morgan 'Immense Moral Cowardice': Trudeau Trashed for Government Purchase of Climate-Killing Kinder Morgan Pipeline
"I hope Justin Trudeau knows that this decision is going to haunt him everywhere he travels in the world. Movements fighting for real climate action and Indigenous rights are everywhere."
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Puerto Rico Harvard Study Puts Hurricane Deaths in Puerto Rico at Nearly 6,000 People—70 Times Official Count
Findings are "confirmation of an American tragedy," says Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.)
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'Dark and Disturbing' DOJ Report Shows Big Pharma Knew of Opioid Abuse After Releasing Popular Painkiller
Within a year of Purdue Pharma releasing OxyContin, internal memos mentioned concerns over patients abusing the painkiller and doctors acting as drug pushers
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boats Amid Rocket Fire and Airstrikes, Gazans Launch Fishing Boats to Challenge Israel's Naval Blockade
Participants reportedly include medical patients and students barred from leaving the occupied territory
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Amid Grassroots Push, Medicare for All Winning Big in Democratic Primaries
"Being able to go to the doctor for any reason and not worry about paying for it? That sounds pretty good. We should do that."
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Monday, May 28, 2018
Ivanka Trump at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games Ivanka's Ethical Conflicts Under Scrutiny Again Amid New Trademarks in China
"President Trump's standard is that public office can and should be used for private financial gain."
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bird with a chip bag EU Urged to Go Further to Save Trash-Filled Waters With New Proposed Plastics Ban
Conservationists celebrated the step but said the ban should "stretch to all single-use plastic products throughout the European Union"
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Shocker! Tax Cuts in Hand, CEOs Admit They Won't Invest Record Profits in Worker Wage Hikes
"Of course the GOP tax scam didn't help working people. CEOs would rather pay themselves than pay us."
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Sunday, May 27, 2018
#EllicottCity Second 1000-Year Flood in Two Years Slams into Historic Maryland City
Ellicott City was still recovering from a flash flood two years ago that killed two and forced the historic city to rebuild much of its Main Street.
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Saturday, May 26, 2018
Thousands of women protest in a demonstration 'Obiezione Respinta' organized by 'Non una di meno' movement to remember the 194 law after 40 years, on Saturday, May 26, 2018 in Rome, Italy. Thousands of Italian Women March Across Country. Demand: 'My Body, My Choice'
'40 years on from the passing of Law 194, there is still a long road ahead of us'
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Yes vote supporters celebrate as the results in the Irish referendum on the 8th amendment concerning the country's abortion laws takes place at Dublin Castle on May 26, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland. LANDSLIDE: 'Quiet Revolution' As Ireland Ends Abortion Ban
Ireland, one of Europe's most socially conservative countries, has voted by a landslide to liberalize the world's most restrictive abortion laws.
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