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Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Beijing New Study Finds More Than 95% of Global Population Exposed to Harmful Air Pollution
Experts say the report "leads a growing worldwide consensus" that this "avoidable affliction" poses a serious and mounting threat to public health
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 "Medicaid work requirements will almost certainly cause many low-income adults to lose health coverage," the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities finds. (Photo: Stephen Melkisethian/flickr/cc) New Analyses Suggest Trump Admin Really Just Wants to Push Millions of Medicaid Recipients Off Care
One study found that work requirements could impact about half of the 10 states' Medicaid population
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'Absolutely Earth-Shaking': North and South Korea Reportedly in Talks to Officially End Korean War
"If this is confirmed, this is huge for the Korean Peninsula."
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Monday, April 16, 2018
Judge Denies Temporary Restraining Order Request by Trump Attorney Michael Cohen
"I have faith in the Southern District prosecutors, that their integrity is unimpeachable," said Judge Kimba Wood
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As GOP Spends Big Money Trying to Make Corporate Tax Cut Popular, New Poll Shows Most Americans Still Smart Enough to Hate It
"Republicans are going to throw more money and air time to try to make their tax bill popular. But so far, at least, voters have somehow figured out that a giveaway to wealthy corporations is not in their best interests."
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Sean Hannity Michael Cohen Donald Trump Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen's 'Mystery Client' Revealed...It's Sean Hannity
Cohen attempted to avoid revealing that he represented the prominent Fox News host, but a federal judge ordered the name released
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protesters New AUMF? Critics Warn Against Giving Trump—or Any President—Power to Wage War 'Virtually Anywhere on the Planet'
The proposal follows Trump's illegal weekend attack on Syria
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Soundproof Booth Cannot 'Hide Illegal Actions' as GAO Probe Says Pruitt Violated Federal Law
"It's simple: Pruitt broke the law, and no amount of excuses can save him now."
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A new lawsuit filed Monday says that Florida, its governor, and numerous state agencies have exercised "deliberate indifference to [plaintiffs'] fundamental rights to a stable climate system in violation of Florida common law and the Florida Constitution." (Photo: Takver/flickr/cc) For Intentionally Acting to 'Exacerbate Climate Crisis,' Youth Filed Suit Against GOP-Led Florida Government
According to one of the plaintiffs, "we need to start working together to implement solutions for climate change or the state of Florida won't exist."
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Trump bribes protest 'Shameless Self-Dealing': Report Shows President's Businesses Earned Millions From Spending by Trump Campaign
"Trump has raised the art of the self-deal to unprecedented heights, enriching himself at the expense of taxpayers."
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau 'Underestimating the Opposition,' Trudeau Doubles Down on Kinder Morgan Pipeline Push
"We will not be bought and we will block this pipeline," one Indigenous leader responded
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Ahead of Tax Day, John Oliver Details 'Long and Infuriatingly Proud History' of Corporate Tax-Dodging
Citing last year's massive tax giveaway to the rich and corporations, which will ultimately raise taxes on tens of millions lower-income families, Oliver says, "We just had a huge chance to reform our tax code and we absolutely blew it."
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As Comey Praised By Media and Democrats, A Small Reminder of His Long History of 'Authoritarian Abuses'
"Comey's greatest legacy was helping throw the election to Trump because he wanted to maintain his above-the-fray brand for the speaking circuit and entrapping scores of mentally unwell Muslims because he needed to justify the FBI's bloated budget."
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Sunday, April 15, 2018
With Walkout and Rally Planned for Monday, Teachers' Anger Over Low Pay and Lack of Funding Spreads to Colorado
"Educators are fed up...Colorado has, year over year over year, significantly underfunded our public schools.
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In Hopes That Death 'Might Serve Others,' Lawyer and Human Rights Advocate David Buckel Lights Himself on Fire in Fossil Fuel Protest
"My early death by fossil fuel reflects what we are doing to ourselves," wrote the prominent LGBTQ rights lawyer in suicide note
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Cynthia Nixon Wins Endorsement of Progressive Working Families Party in New York Governor Race
The endorsement comes after two powerful unions left the Party—reportedly following threats from incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo
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Saturday, April 14, 2018
Global Leaders Condemn Trump's 'Scorn for International Law' As Haley Threatens More Possible Air Strikes
"You can't combat the alleged violation of international law by violating international law."
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Hundreds of Former DOJ Officials Denounce Trump's 'Shameful' Attacks on Mueller Investigation
"The law is not a weapon in the President's political arsenal. A President who fails to understand this and who cannot protect the Department of Justice from political interference is unfit to serve."
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Congress Urged to 'Do Its Job' As Democratic Leaders Shrug at Trump's Illegal Air Strikes
"Instead of continually abdicating its responsibility to decide if and when we go to war, Congress must reassert its war powers and stop the President's reckless foreign policy."
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As Trump and May Claim Concern for Syrian Civilians, Critics Slam Leaders for Anti-Refugee Stance
"If the Trump administration truly cares about the fate of Syrian civilians, it can do far better in resettling Syrian refugees."
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Friday, April 13, 2018
In 'Clear Violation of Domestic and International Law,' Trump Bombs Syria
"Strikes against the Syrian regime – without congressional input or authorization – shows a contempt for the U.S Constitution and is without legal justification."
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New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon speaking Friday Cynthia Nixon Takes Aim at 'Corporate Democrats' at Gathering for Progressive Candidates
"It's hard for some Democrats to do right when they're getting millions and millions to do wrong," she says.
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'Just To Be Clear,' Say Groups, 'If Trump Fires Rosenstein That Absolutely Triggers the Nationwide Protests'
"We will be in a constitutional crisis if the president fires Rosenstein, the same as if he fires Bob Mueller."
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Durbin Democratic Senators Demand Trump Provide Legal Justification to Attack Syria
Three lawmakers warn that striking Syria risks "the possibility of escalation into a broader conflict."
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Lewis 'Scooter' Libby speaks during a discussion at the Hudson Institute March 29, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Troubling Signal Seen as Trump Pardons Cheney Sidekick Scooter Libby
"The audience here is Paul Manafort, Michael Cohen, and a slew of other people who can incriminate Trump."
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Republicans Unveil Proposal to Push One Million Off Food Stamps
"Rich people who don't need it get lavish billion-dollar handouts from this president...The struggling poor, on the other hand, are going to see new work requirements attached to their $1.40-a-meal food stamp."
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Michael Cohen Trying To Get Judge to Block Examination of Material Seized by FBI
Invoking Trump by name, Cohen's attorney reportedly tells federal court that president "has an acute interest in these proceedings."
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injured Palestinians With 'Unlawful' Use of Force in Gaza, Israeli Forces Injure Hundreds of Palestinians as March of Great Return Continues
Reiterating demands for an independent investigation, human rights advocates denounce Israel's "horrifying use of live ammunition against unarmed protesters."
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'Constitutional Crisis Not Seen Since Watergate,' Warns Senator, If President Trump Fires Rosenstein
"Similar actions by President Nixon in the Saturday Night Massacre led to his downfall. The firing of Rosenstein would have the same outcome for Trump."
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As Ex-FBI Director Speaks Out, Trump Erupts: 'My Great Honor to Fire James Comey!'
The former FBI Director compares president to a mob boss and describes him as "untethered to truth"
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air pollution Senate Confirms Coal Lobbyist as #2 at EPA as Trump Moves to Slash Clean Air Rules
The president just granted "a polluter's dream" while federal lawmakers approved "Big Oil's backup plan in case Scott Pruitt finally drowns in his own corruption."
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After France Claims "Proof" Chemical Attack Was Assad, Russia Says "Irrefutable Data" Shows Incident "Staged" by Foreign Intelligence Service
While a team from the UN's Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has yet to even arrive in Syria, dueling claims about what happened in the city of Douma are at the center of growing concerns over wider military escalation
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Denouncing Rush to War, Corbyn Calls for Peace Talks and 'Withdrawal of All Foreign Forces' From Syria
"Further U.K. military intervention in Syria's appalling multi-sided war risks escalating an already devastating conflict."
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Thursday, April 12, 2018
Group Beloved by Betsy Devos and Koch Brothers Launches Counter-Attack Against Teacher Rebellion
In anti-labor messaging guide, State Policy Network acknowledges teachers are underpaid but urges anti-labor groups to fight their calls for fair wages
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Confirming He 'Does Not Give a Crap About Working People,' Trump Proposes Rejoining TPP
"In a series of broken promises Trump made to the working people of this country, rejoining the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership would be the biggest yet," warned Sen. Bernie Sanders
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Former President Jimmy Carter Warning Against Attack on Syria, Carter Hopes Trump Realizes Nuclear War 'Catastrophe for All Human Beings'
Former president notes that even bombing campaign that doesn't escalate into nuclear exchange poses serious dangers
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Less Than Zero: Brown Accuses Mulvaney of Taking 'Negative Four' Actions to Defend Consumers From Predatory Banks
"Why are you using your powers to do favors for shady lenders and Wall Street bankers?"
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As Trump's Threats Spark Fear of Nuclear War, Russian Newscast Urges Citizens to Prepare for Conflict
With ominous mushroom clouds in the background, Russians told how to fill bunkers with shelf-stable foods like rice and sugar
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'Should Be a No-Brainer': Progressives Urge Democrats to Muster Guts to Block Pompeo
"Democrats—who have spent a full year re-branding themselves as the resistance to Trump—have the power to stop this Trump nominee. Will they?"
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GOP's Balanced Budget Charade in the House "Utter Horseshit," Group Declares
Head of Patriotic Millionaires, representing wealthy Americans who demand a more progressive tax code, says effort by Republicans is latest proof they should be considered "the greedy, pay no taxes, take from the poor, protect the rich party."
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single payer now Spreading 'Like Wildfire': Majority of Americans—Including 74% of Democrats—Now Support Single-Payer
"When people see the justice of an idea, it spreads like wildfire," responded Sen. Bernie Sanders. "The American people know that healthcare should be a right."
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With No Evidence or Legal Precedent, Trump Claims He Has Authority to Fire Mueller
"We can't have the highest office of the land exempt from abiding by the law."
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CodePink Huge Leap in Number of Facebook Users 'Very Concerned' About Invasion of Privacy on Social Media Site
The Gallup poll was conducted in the lead-up to Facebook CEO's two-day congressional testimony to discuss the company's policies and failures to protect users' data
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International Law Experts Warn Trump That Attack on Syria Would Be 'Crime of Aggression'
"Our point is a simple one: the only way to resolve the Syrian crisis is through commitment to well-settled principles of international legal norms."
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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Teacher Rebellion Heads West as Tens of Thousands in Arizona Stage Walk-ins, Threaten Walk-Outs Over Funding
"These strikes are really coming out of a deep desperation, often from people who want to stay in the profession, but they can't. They can't feed their families if they stay in teaching."
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Atlantic Ocean Concerns of 'Catastrophic Collapse' Grow as Gulf Stream Weaker Than It's Been in 1,600 Years
In response, experts are calling for further study, declaring that questions raised by a pair of reports "are among the most pressing questions in climate science."
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Mobilizing Online and In the Streets, Sane Voices Demand Senate #StopPompeo
Ahead of his confirmation hearing, groups are staging a rally in D.C. and are urging constituents to call their senators to tell them to oppose Mike Pompeo as secretary of state.
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Sanders: Trump Has 'No Legal Authority' to Bomb or Attack Syria
"It is Congress, not the president, who determines whether our country goes to war and Congress must not abdicate that responsibility," declares Independent senator from Vermont
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Showing They 'Learned Nothing' From Iraq, Corporate Media Help Beat War Drums for Trump Attack on Syria
"Pundits and the media are making John Bolton’s wildest dreams come true: in his first week on the job, everyone is calling for a new war."
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Elevating Escalation Fears, Russia Warns It Will Respond to Attack on Syria by Targeting 'Sources' of US Missiles
"If there is a strike by the Americans, then we refer to the statements of President Putin and the chief of staff that the missiles will be downed and even the sources from which the missiles were fired," says ambassador
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Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, seen here in 2013, said Tuesday that Russian and U.S. leaders must meet to diffuse tensions over Syria.  (Photo: Jean-Marc Ferré via UN Geneva/flickr/cc) As Nuclear Powers Trade Threats, Gorbachev Calls on US and Russia to 'Return to Sanity'
"The situation hasn't been this bad in a long time," says the former Soviet leader.
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As Tensions Soar, Turkey Warns US Bombing of Syria Could Set Entire Middle East 'on Fire'
"If an attack occurs against the forces backed by Russia or there is an attack by the U.S.-supported forces, Russia won't be able to stay away. So, serious clashes may start."
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Robert Mueller As Trump Reportedly Considers Firing Rosenstein, Senators Move to Protect Mueller Probe
Passage of the bill "could well help to stave off a constitutional crisis in which the president abuses his power and obstructs justice by firing the special counsel."
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President Trump is reportedly considering firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein as a warning to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, after Mueller's investigation of Trump led the FBI to conduct a raid targeting the president's personal attorney. With 800+ Protests Planned, Nation Ready for Mass Revolt as Trump Reportedly Eyes Firing Rosenstein
"Our response in the hours following a potential power grab will dictate what happens next—whether Congress will stand up to Trump or allow him to move our democracy toward authoritarianism."
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With 'Longtime Dream' of Tax Cuts for Billionaires Fulfilled, Paul Ryan Won't Seek Reelection
"Friends say that after Ryan passed tax reform, he was ready to step out of a job that has become endlessly frustrating, in part because of President Trump."
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Grijalva As Trump Threatens to Bomb Syria, Lawmakers Say Attack Without Congressional Approval "Unconstitutional"
Progressive leaders also pointed out that "it has become increasingly clear that U.S. military interventions will likely add to the mass suffering in Syria."
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In 'Chilling' Escalation, Trump Warns Russia That Missiles 'Will Be Coming' at Syria
One critic argued the president's tweet shows "why those who have been demanding Trump be more belligerent are dangerous idiots."
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Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Citing His Refusal to Face 'Most Pressing Issue of Our Time,' 200+ Green Groups Urge Senate to Reject Climate-Denying Pompeo
"The Koch Brothers have poured hundreds of millions of dollars into highly improper and unethical climate denial efforts over the past twenty years—and paying off elected officials like Mike Pompeo."
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White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders Amid Concerns Trump Will Retaliate for Cohen Raid, White House Says Trump 'Certainly Believes' He Can Fire Mueller
The admission comes as sources claim "advisers have spent the last 24 hours trying to convince the president not to make an impulsive decision" following the raid targeting his longtime attorney
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As Progressives Nationwide Urgently Mobilize to Block Pompeo, Hillary Clinton Reportedly Gave Him 'Advice'
"Why is Clinton even taking a call from such a monstrous person?"
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Warning Against 'Knee Jerk' Attack on Syria, Labour's Jeremy Corbyn Calls for Facts and Diplomacy Over Bombs
"The tragedy and the terror of people's lives in Syria can only end by a political solution."
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Decrying System That Favors 'War and the Wealthy,' Poor People's Campaign Unveils Agenda to Combat Poverty, Racism, and Militarism
"The Democrats talk about the middle class. The Republicans talk about the military. No one's talking about the poor."
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protesters On Equal Pay Day, New Study Shows Wage Gap Actually Growing for Women Under 40
Advocates are demanding equitable policies such as paid parental leave and affordable childcare while also declaring "we must address harassment and discrimination!"
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Sanders Applauded for Vow to Vote 'No' on Pompeo as Hundreds of Groups Urge Senate to Reject 'Unfit' Choice
"His repeated advocacy for war, Islamophobia, climate change denial, hostility to human rights, including reproductive and LGBT rights, and support for torture make him dangerous and unfit to be a chief architect of U.S. foreign policy."
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New Analysis of GOP Tax Scam Shows "Corporate Cheapskates" Not Sharing Windfall With Workers
"President Trump and Republicans gave huge tax cuts to big drug companies, big oil, and other corporations, but corporations are giving back little—if anything—to working families."
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As FBI Raid on Lawyer Spurs Trump to Float Idea of Firing Mueller, Calls for Mass Protest If He Does
"Reminder as Trump uses the FBI raid of Michael Cohen's offices as a pretext to attack Robert Mueller’s investigation: Trump's obstruction will be met with mass protests nationwide."
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Critics Warn Any US Attack on Syria Ordered by Trump Would Be 'Reckless,' 'Dangerous,' and 'Illegal'
"Escalation begets escalation, and with both Iran and Russia deeply involved in the Syrian conflict, there's no telling where escalation might lead us."
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Monday, April 9, 2018
Acting on Referral from Mueller, FBI Raids Office and Home of Trump's Personal Lawyer Michael Cohen
Federal agents seized emails, tax documents, and other business materials
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With 'Merger From Hell' Reportedly Approved by DOJ, Warnings of Agrichemical Chokehold on Food System
Watchdog groups raise concerns after Wall Street Journal reports that Bayer's bid to acquire Monsanto has been approved.
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'Horrifying' Video Shows Israeli Soldiers Shouting With Joy After Sniping Unarmed Palestinian in Gaza
"While this shows one individual soldier's act, it is made possible by criminal orders from the top that authorized use of lethal force against unarmed protesters that has resulted in hundreds being shot."
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who told USA TODAY he's leaving Facebook over concers about how the social media site handles users' information. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc) Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Ditches Facebook Over User-Data Profiteering
Facebook's "profits are all based on the user's info, but the users get none of the profits back," he says.
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As Oklahoma Teachers' Strike Enters Second Week, Education Supporters Pack State Capitol to Capacity
"We aren't going to shut up, we aren't done...We are ready to fight for our kids for the long haul."
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Vowing 'Major Decisions' Within 24 to 48 Hours, Trump Says 'Nothing Off the Table' for Syria
"If it's the Russians, if it's Syria, if it's Iran, if it's all of them together, we'll figure it out," the president said
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Protestors block the gates of the Kinder Morgan Richmond Terminal in California in solidarity with First Nation's people in Canada on July 24, 2017. (Photo: Peg Hunter/flickr/cc) 'This Is Huge': Opposition Forces Kinder Morgan to Halt Trans Mountain Pipeline
"This is a sign that organizing works, and it could well be the beginning of the end for this dangerous pipeline," says 350.org's Clayton Thomas-Muller.
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Trump Aggressively Fought Sprinkler System Law That Could Have Saved Man in Trump Tower Fire
While working as a powerful real estate developer in the 1990s, the president claimed he couldn't afford to install sprinkler systems in his high-rise apartment buildings
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With Escalation in Syria Looming, War 'Fanatic' John Bolton Arrives at Worst Possible Time
"There are few people less suited to navigate our nation through these challenging situations than John Bolton, who never met a war he didn't want to start or a diplomatic initiative he didn't want to scuttle."
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Warning of 'Serious Consequences' If US Attacks Syria, Russian Says Chemical Attack Possible False Flag Operation
"It is necessary to warn again that military intervention under invented and fabricated pretexts in Syria... is absolutely unacceptable and can lead to the most serious consequences," said the Russian Foreign Minister's office
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Sunday, April 8, 2018
StopSinclair.com Sinclair Broadcasting Airs Allied Progress Ad - Between Attacks on the Group
Sinclair: "We hope you won’t buy into the hysteria and hype."
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Saturday, April 7, 2018
Occupy Oakland General Strike on October 2, 2011. (photo/cc/Brian Sims) 'We are the 99%': But Richest 1% Will Soon Own Two-Thirds Of World's Wealth
Anger over inequality reaches a ‘tipping point’
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Sources in Gaza have confirmed that journalist Yaser Murtaja has died after being shot in the abdomen by an Israeli sniper while covering the protests. He was clearly wearing a vest that identified him as press. Israeli Sniper Targets, Kills Journalist in "PRESS" Vest
Corbyn: "The silence from international powers with the responsibility of bringing a just settlement of the Israel-Palestine conflict must end."
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Friday, April 6, 2018
A school bus crosses a makeshift automobile bridge after the original bridge was washed away during Hurricane Maria flooding, on December 20, 2017 in Morovis, Puerto Rico.  (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images) Outrage Follows Puerto Rico's Announcement It's Closing Nearly a Third of Its Public Schools
"The harm that the education secretary is causing children and their parents is immeasurable."
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'Live Luxuriously for Cheap – Like Scott!': Green Group Trolls EPA Chief Pruitt With Fake Rental Ads
"Americans are fed up with Scott Pruitt. He's wasting their tax dollars on his luxurious lifestyle, giving handouts to corporate polluters and poisoning our air and water."
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Huge Surge in Political Activism, Engagement Has Direct Ties to Trump Presidency, Poll Finds
Nearly 20 percent of those who have attended a demonstration since Trump's election had never protested before
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Ajit Pai's FCC Doesn't Want You to Know About the Secret Deliberations That Led to the Worst Video the Internet Has Ever Seen
"It's no surprise that the FCC is continuing to deny FOIA requests like the 'Harlem Shake' request in an effort to keep everything related to the controversial repeal of net neutrality secret."
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Robert Mercer (Oliver Contreras/For The Washington Post via Getty Images) Robert Mercer Backed a Secretive Group That Worked With Facebook, Google to Target Anti-Muslim Ads at Swing Voters
If it wasn’t already clear that the ad was meant to stoke viewers’ fears of imminent Muslim conquest, the video is interspersed with violent imagery.
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ar-15 Upholding Assault Weapons Ban, Federal Judge Says Constitution Has Nothing To Say About Restricting the AR-15
"Strong gun laws save lives, and we will not be intimidated by the gun lobby in our efforts to end the sale of assault weapons and protect our communities and schools."
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'Callously Indifferent' BP Argued Oil Spills Would Provide 'Welcome Boost' to Coastal Economy
Six years after the deadly Deepwater Horizon spill, oil giant claimed such disasters were "socially acceptable"
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Erik Prince, Mueller Reportedly Has Documents Contradicting Erik Prince's Version of Seychelles Meeting With Russian Official
A key witness claims "one of the primary goals" of Prince's 2017 meeting with a Kremlin-connected businessman was to "establish a line of communication between the Russian government and the incoming Trump administration."
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Current CIA chief Mike Pompeo, President Donald Trump's pick for secretary of State.  (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc) Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Pro-Torture Super Hawk Mike Pompeo Becoming Secretary of State: No Way
Pompeo "has defended the use of torture, tried to undermine the Iran nuclear deal, and scapegoated Muslim Americans after the Boston Marathon bombing," says Warren.
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In Display of 'Actual Sociopathy,' Trump Reportedly Asked CIA Why Drone Didn't Also Kill Target's Family
The question came as civilian casualties have reached "unprecedented" heights during Trump's presidency
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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg: If You Want Privacy, You're Going to Have to Pay for It
"Facebook is really good at making money. But I wonder if your problems could be somewhat mitigated if the company didn't try to make so much."
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As Gaza Protests Resume, Urgent Call for Israeli Soldiers to Disobey 'Patently Illegal' Orders to Shoot Unarmed Demonstrators
Despite demand by human rights group and warning from international community, Israeli soldiers reportedly began opening fire on peaceful demonstrators once more during protests Friday along the Israel-Gaza border
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Kentucky Amid Massive Teacher Revolt Over Starving Schools, Kentucky GOP Passes 'Huge Tax Cut for the 1%'
"State funding for education and other services will be undermined by this effort to move away from taxes on corporations and high-income earners," warned one policy analyst
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Thursday, April 5, 2018
'We're Still Here': Oklahoma Teachers Show No Sign of Ending Strike Without Sufficient Funding
"Does it look like we're going anywhere?"
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'Assault on Democracy': Brazil's Supreme Court Rules Presidential Favorite Lula Must Serve Jail Time
"Lula has been subjected to a political prosecution and conviction, ignoring evidence of his innocence, and triggering a crisis of confidence in the rule of law."
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MSNBC's Chris Hayes Applauded for Doing What Few Prominent US Journalists Do: Report Honestly About Israeli Massacre
"What @chrislhayes did here on MSNBC is almost never seen on US corporate TV. He reported accurately on an Israeli massacre of Palestinians."
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girls protest To Challenge Trump's Anti-Women Agenda, Record Number of Female Candidates Running for House in 2018
Many of their platforms focus on healthcare, education, and workplace equality
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50+ Artificial Intelligence Scholars Launch Boycott of University Over Fears of 'Killer Robot' Weapons Lab
"This is a very respected university partnering with a very ethically dubious partner that continues to violate international norms."
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Sinclair Ad With Call to Block 'Extremely Dangerous' Merger, Ad Campaign Will Target Sinclair on... Sinclair
The week-long ad campaign condemns Sinclair's "must-run" segments and calls on federal regulators to reject its pending merger with Tribune Media
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Study Details How IEA's Rosy Outlook for Fossil Fuels Is Driving World Towards Climate Disaster
"The IEA provides an energy roadmap that is supposed to lead us to safety, but in fact it takes us over the cliff."
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