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Thursday, August 6, 2020
Warning of GOP Voter Suppression, Progressives Urge Democrats to Reject Any Covid-19 Deal Without Election Assistance
"Republicans cannot be allowed to suppress the vote in the middle of a pandemic."
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Sanders Bill to Tax 'Obscene' Pandemic Windfall of Billionaires Would Empower Medicare to Cover Every American for One Year
"By taxing 60% of the wealth gains made by just 467 billionaires during this horrific pandemic, we could guarantee healthcare as a right for an entire year."
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Medical Experts Speak Out as Trump Doubles Down on False Claim That Children Are 'Virtually Immune' to Covid-19
"I am a pediatric cardiologist. They can get sick. Some do get sick. Very sick. Some of them end up intubated."
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'Elections Are Sacred': Democrats Demand Postmaster General Reverse Policies Threatening Mail-In Ballot Delivery
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Postmaster General Louis DeJoy's new policies could "get in the way of all the ballots being counted."
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Wednesday, August 5, 2020
In Latest 'Stunningly Irresponsible' Call to Reopen Schools, Trump Repeats Lie That Covid-19 'Will Go Away'
"In February, Trump said the virus would 'miraculously' go away in April, once it got warmer... But, sure, let's trust him with the lives of our children and teachers."
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The U.S. Department of State building is seen in Washington, D.C., on July 22, 2019. "This Doesn't Smell Right": Acting State Dept. Inspector General Resigns Just Months After Predecessor Fired
Questions are being raised over the sudden departure amid lingering concerns of alleged impropriety by Secretary of State Pompeo.
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'Don't Let Anyone Fool You,' Says Sanders. Primary Wins Show Progressives 'Transforming American Politics'
Sen. Bernie Sanders maintains progressive candidates won because they campaigned "not only against Trump, but for an agenda that works for the working families of this country."
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'Dangerously Bad': Coalition Accuses Adam Schiff of Throwing Dreamers Under the Bus to Ensure Trump Retains Unaccountable Spying Powers
"Schiff has been trying to sneak ratification of such surveillance through Congress."
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Democratic voters attend the caucus at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa, the United States, Feb. 3, 2020. 'This Is a Big Deal': Iowa Gov. Ends Voting Ban for People With Felony Convictions
The new executive order means there is now no U.S. state categorically banning people with former convictions from voting.
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Rights Groups Raise Alarm Over Upcoming Supreme Court Case That Could Turn US Into 'Safe Haven' for Abusive Corporations
"Rather than work to stop child slavery, Nestle and Cargill want legal immunity to continue profiting from child slavery."
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After 75 Years, Last Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombings Says Nuclear Abolition Still 'Starting Point for Peace'
"Hell is probably like what we went through. It must never be allowed to happen again."
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'Solidarity' From Around the World as Beirut Reels After Disaster Leaves 300,000 Displaced, 100 Dead, Over 4,000 Injured
"Really heartbreaking to watch what happened in Beirut. Thoughts and prayers are with those affected by this devastating explosion."
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'Taking Taxpayers for a Ride': Moderna to Charge $32-$37/Dose for Covid-19 Vaccine Developed Entirely With Public Funds
"It ought to be the people's vaccine, not a new taxpayer burden."
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New Report Accuses Trump of 'Intentional Disregard' and Attack on Democracy Throughout Failed Covid-19 Response
"What is becoming clearer each day is President Trump's intent to use this chaos to create a crisis for our democracy."
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People of Missouri Accomplish What Its GOP Lawmakers Refused to Do for Nearly 10 Years: Approve Medicaid Expansion
Called 'victory for health care,' ballot initiative succeeds where legislative efforts were long thwarted by Republican Party.
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34 State Attorneys General Urge Trump to End 'Outrageous' Gilead Monopoly on Covid-19 Drug
"This is not the time for any company to extract large corporate profits from uninsured and underinsured Americans."
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Progressive Rashida Tlaib Calls Primary Victory 'A Resounding Mandate to Put People Before Profits'
"We are done with establishment politics that put corporations first."
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With 'Survival of Organized Human Society' at Risk, New Campaign Rallies Progressives to Vote Trump Out
"As progressives and leftists, we are not going to minimize our disagreements with Joe Biden. But we're also clear-eyed about where things stand. We have a moral responsibility to defeat Trump."
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Warnings of 'Unconstitutional' Assault on Social Security as Trump Threatens Unilateral Suspension of Payroll Tax
"Donald Trump is so desperate to defund Social Security, he may rip the Constitution to shreds to make it happen."
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'Groundbreaking Win for Our Movement': Progressive Cori Bush Upsets Rep. Lacy Clay, Ending 50-Year Political Dynasty
"From the Bronx to St. Louis, the Squad is here to stay, and it's still growing."
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Tuesday, August 4, 2020
'Has BP Just Woken Up to the #ClimateEmergency?' Oil Giant Announces 40% Production Cut by 2030
Green groups say oil giant has much further to go, but announcement marks major industry shift.
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Elliot Abrams Confirms to Senate Hearing That US Still 'Working Hard' to Overthrow Maduro in Venezuela
Admission was latest sign that high pressure campaign on Venezuela's leftist government—including crushing economic sanctions—remains.
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Watchdog Demands to Know If Drug Maker Sitting on Possible Covid-19 Treatment Due to Patent, Profit Concerns
"It is sadly predictable that Big Pharma responds to a global pandemic by trying to bring to market only those drugs that maximize its profits."
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Privacy Advocates Herald Bill to Curb Corporate Use of 'Enormously Invasive' Facial Recognition Technology
"Do we really want to live under constant surveillance by unaccountable corporations?" said Sen. Bernie Sanders. "I don't."
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Democratic Bill Banning Toxic Pesticides in US Applauded as 'Much-Needed' Step to Protect Kids and the Planet
"The Protect America's Children from Toxic Pesticides Act says what we all know to be true: that nerve agents have no place on our food, in our workplaces, and in our communities."
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A protester is seen during a climate change demonstration holding a placard that says, 'There Is No Planet B.' 100 Top Economists Call for End of Carbon Economy to Usher in 'Greener' and More Just World
"We must not miss this opportunity to rebuild the economy to fulfill our vision of a just and livable world."
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SEC Launches Probe Into Kodak After Warren Raised Questions Over Lucrative Covid-19 Deal With Trump
"If investors or Kodak employees were trading based on the unauthorized disclosure or discussion of nonpublic information, then it would appear to be a clear violation of securities law. The SEC should hold them accountable."
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'Fully Destroyed': Massive Explosion at Port Rocks Beirut
The blast sent a shockwave across the city.
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Black Lives Matter, United Federation of Teachers (UFT), the Democratic Socialists of America, and other groups gathered on the National Day of Resistance to protest against reopening of schools and for police-free schools. Teacher Protests Erupt As #DemandSafeSchools Takes Off
"I do not want to be an experiment."
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'The World Is Watching': Amnesty Report Details Human Rights Violations by US Police During Racial Justice Protests
The use of force detailed in the report "is ultimately a symptom of the very issue that started these protests: unaccountable police violence."
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Without Urgent Action, Study Warns, Climate Crisis Could Kill as Many People as All Infectious Diseases Combined by 2100
"We are studying the risk of death faced by our own children."
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'Impossible for Democracy to Function': Study Reveals Growing Mistrust of American Media
The findings from the Knight Foundation and Gallup suggest lack of trust in news media has far-reaching effects.
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'We Need to See His Plan': Rights Groups Push Biden to Commit to Ending All Abortion Coverage Restrictions
"It's not enough for abortion to be legal. It must also be affordable and available to all people, however much money they have or however they get their insurance."
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'Would Be Comical, If It Didn't Involve Real Lives': Unhinged Trump Interview Spotlights Deadly Failure of His Covid-19 Response
"If you wrote this as grotesque farce" for a movie script, wrote actor and progressive activist John Cusack, "no one would believe it."
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Postal Union Leader Warns Trump Assault on USPS and Mail-In Voting Puts Nation on 'Dangerous Path Toward Dictatorship'
"Anyone who believes in the right to vote should enthusiastically embrace voting by mail. Without it, tens of millions of voters will be denied the opportunity to safely exercise their cherished right to vote."
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"No, He Doesn't," Say Experts as Trump Claims He Has the Right to Stop Mail-In Voting With Executive Order
"This is just about him trying to set up a situation to sow seeds of confusion and fear so that if he loses in November, he can try to delegitimize a completely valid election."
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Monday, August 3, 2020
As Trump Promises 'Warp Speed' Covid-19 Vaccine, Health Experts Caution Against Political Interference
With the Trump campaign privately calling a pre-election Covid-19 vaccine "the holy grail," researchers are fearful of White House intervention in vaccine trials.
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Donald Trump with his ex-wife, Ivana, and his father Fred in 1988. (Photo: Jeffrey Asher/Getty Images) "That's How They Got Capone": Filing by NY Prosecutors Indicates Broader Probe Into Alleged Trump Tax Fraud
"This has to be how the story ends, right? With Trump going down for 'illegally inflating his net worth'?"
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'Worst Possible Person': 300+ Groups Demand Senate Reject Trump's Pick to Manage US Public Lands
"When a nominee is clearly unfit for a position, it is the Senate's constitutional and moral duty to reject the nomination."
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Call for 'Emergency Charity Stimulus' as Billionaire Wealth Soars and US Nonprofits Sink
Mandating an increase of giving from charitable funds, says one advocate, "would move an estimated $200 billion off the sidelines and into front-line working charities without increasing taxes or adding to the deficit."
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Sanders Rips Trump for 'Obscene' Boasting Over Stock Market as 30 Million Americans Face Financial Doom
"One hundred fifty thousand coronavirus deaths, 30 million without an unemployment lifeline, five million newly uninsured, 14 million children going hungry. But Trump is too busy playing golf and boasting about the stock market."
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Educators hold up signs during a rally for healthy and safe working and learning conditions in public schools on July 30, 2020 in Malden, Massachusetts. (Photo: Matt Stone/ MediaNews Group/Boston Herald/via Getty images) Poll Reveals Surge of Fears Over In-Person Learning as Expert Warns School Reopenings in US 'Guaranteed' To Fail
Widespread concern comes as data predicts inevitable Covid-19 spread in schools and communities that do open for in-person instruction and amid outbreaks in schools that have already re-opened.
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Rights Group Demands ICE End 'Beyond Inhumane' Detention and Deportations as Covid-19 Pandemic Intensifies
At least 1,000 active Covid-19 cases have been detected in detention facilities, and continued deportations have been linked to outbreaks in Central and South America.
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As Biden Embraces More Ambitious Climate Plan, Fossil Fuel Execs Donating to Trump 'With Greater Zeal' Than 2016
"We've seen a pretty huge transformation in Biden's climate plan," said Varshini Prakash, co-founder and executive director of the Sunrise Movement.
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Trump Proclaims Nevada Has Made It 'Impossible' for GOP to Win by Expanding Voting Rights During Pandemic
"Trump and his allies have always been motivated by partisanship, even at the expense of American lives."
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Trump's Millionaire Treasury Secretary Uses Debunked GOP Talking Point to Justify Slashing $600 Unemployment Boost
"Inflicting suffering on tens of millions of Americans by cutting unemployment benefits because of an anecdotal 'some cases' argument that has been refuted again and again is a stupid way to make policy."
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Sunday, August 2, 2020
'This Is Terrorism': With No Face Masks and No Warrant, Border Patrol Agents Raid Humanitarian Aid Station in Arizona and Detain 30 Migrants
"As always when humanitarian aid in the borderlands is targeted, those who seek care are the ones that face the brunt of these violent escalations."
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'We Can Do This': Elections Advocate Says Measures Must Be Taken to Help States and Post Office Handle Surge in General Election Vote-By-Mail
"We're in an unprecedented time."
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'The Clock Is Ticking': Bernie Sanders Calls on Senate to Act Quickly on Covid Relief Bill
"The House has acted. The Senate must act NOW."
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'Picking Up At a Dangerous Pace': 1.9 Million New Covid Cases in US in July
"A grim sign America lost its grip."
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Saturday, August 1, 2020
'Continued Kindergarten-Level Logic': As Covid Cases Surge Across US, Trump Repeats False Claim Rise Is Result of More Testing
"It doesn't get less stupid if you say it more."
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"They're Playing With Us": Anger With GOP Growing as $600 Unemployment Benefit Lapses
"All our government wants is money in their pockets, while the people are poor and starving and scrounging."
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'Back for Another Whack': Trump Administration Rule Proposal Would Further Undermine Endangered Species Act
"It is unconscionable that President Trump would propose to scale back essential protections for endangered and threatened species and their critical habitat."
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Calling Ed Markey a 'Benchmark' Progressive, Dying Healthcare Activist Ady Barkan Endorses the Massachusetts Senator for Reelection
"Ed has long been a progressive champion for universal health care as well as the environment, equity, and dozens of other issues."
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Friday, July 31, 2020
In 'Disheartening' Ruling, US Supreme Court Halts Citizen Initiative to Fund Education in Idaho
The order is the latest in a string of opinions overruling lower court orders to relax state election procedures due to Covid-19
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'Inhumane at Any Time,' But During a Pandemic? House Approval of $740 Billion Pentagon Budget Condemned
"Once again, the House has voted to put the interests of weapons manufacturers and war hawks over the wellbeing of people here and abroad."
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'They Are Correct to Never Waver': Sanders Campaign Co-Chairs Applaud DNC Delegates for Continuing Medicare for All Fight
"We stand with the grassroots activists who understand that the party must stand for extending Medicare to everyone."
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Exclusive: 25 Civil Rights Groups Condemn Trump Over Election Delay Threat, Demand Congress Fund Voting Protections
"We denounce this desperate attack on our democracy."
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Watchdog Groups Demand Probe Into 'Voter Suppression Tactics' by Postal Service Chief—and Major Trump Donor—Louis DeJoy
"In his first month on the job, the postmaster general has already taken steps that could undermine efficient voting by mail in November."
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Senior Advisor to the President Jared Kushner speaks during the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in the Brady Briefing Room at the White House on April 2, 2020, in Washington, DC. (Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images Demands for Kushner to Resign Over 'Staggering' Level of 'Depravity' That Put Politics Before Public Health
"Holy hell. Jared Kushner reportedly abandoned a national testing plan because it was *politically advantageous* to sit back and let blue states be eviscerated by the virus."
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Trump's Vaccine Chief Picks His Own Former Employer—Where He Still Holds Millions Worth of Stock—for $2.1 Billion Deal
"You can't have a contractor supervising government officials."
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President Donald Trump speaks during a news conference in the James Brady Briefing Room of the White House July 30, 2020 in Washington, D.C. Trump: Young People 'Almost Immune' to Coronavirus. WHO Chief: No.
The contrasting statements about the risk of Covid-19 to children came as the U.S. president continued to push for a full reopening of schools.
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'A Catastrophe': Postal Workers Warn Trump Sabotage of USPS Could Delay Mail-In Ballots and Distort Election
"I'm actually terrified to see election season under the new procedure," said one New York mail carrier.
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'Indefensible and Disgusting': Senate Departs for 3-Day Weekend as Unemployment Benefits Expire for 30 Million
"Tens of millions of Americans on the brink of eviction and food insecurity and the Senate just left for yet another 3-day weekend."
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Thursday, July 30, 2020
"It is an outrage that modern-day poll taxes, gerrymandering, I.D. requirements, and other forms of voter suppression still exist today," said Sanders on Thursday. "We must pass a comprehensive agenda to guarantee the rights and dignity of everyone in this country. And that means, among other things, reauthorizing and expanding the Voting Rights Act, for which Congressman John Lewis put his life on the line. As President Obama said, if that requires us to eliminate the filibuster, then that is what we must 'What We Must Do': Following Obama Eulogy for Lewis, Bernie Sanders Backs Call for Ending Filibuster
"President Obama is absolutely right," said the former Democratic presidential candidate from Vermont.
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'Must-Watch' Obama Eulogy for John Lewis Includes Powerful Call for Americans to Rise Up for Voting Rights
"That seemed to me to be the most explicitly political Obama has been in his post-presidency."
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An artist puts the finishing touches to a wax figure of US President Donald Trump as Madame Tussauds prepares to reopen its doors to the public on July 30, 2020 following the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England. (Photo: Tolga Akmen  AFP) From Distracting Nation From Economic Crash to 'Freaking Out About Losing,' Trump's Threat to Delay Election Seen as No Joke
"Trump doesn't have the authority to delay the election, but a lot of terrible things could happen if Trump believes he has the authority."
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With Dirty Energy Sector Crashing, Nearly 70 Groups Urge Fed to Stop Buying Up Wasteful Fossil Fuel Industry Debt
"The Fed needs to reduce systemic risk during this health and economic crisis and stop boosting the industry driving climate devastation."
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Because Going to War 'Is Not a Game,' Lawmakers Urged to Vote for AOC's Ban Military Recruiting on Twitch
"Children should not be targeted."
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In this 2014 file photo, a worker from Homrich prepares to turn off water supply to a home in Detroit, Michigan over an unpaid utility bill. (Photo by Joshua Lott/Getty Images) Coalition of Over 500 Faith Leaders Demand Utility Shutoff Moratorium During Pandemic
"As moral leaders, we join with people coming together to demand that our basic human needs are met."
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Ocasio-Cortez Amendment Takes Aim at 'Racist, Classist' Attack on Fair Housing by Trump
"We must hinder President Trump's efforts to segregate communities and to discriminate against Black and Brown homeowners and renters."
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'Our Obligation Is to Defend Democracy': Bolivians Join Mass Marches Against Election Delay by Right-Wing Coup Government
With threat to postpone America's elections, said one Bolivian journalist, Trump is "taking lessons from his puppet dictator in Bolivia."
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Former Vice President Joe Biden speaks in Philadelphia City Hall on June 2, 2020 in Pennsylvania. Progressive Coalition Urges Biden to Curb 'Excesses of Corporate Power' by Ending White House Revolving Door
Groups call on presumptive Democratic presidential nominee to appoint transition and cabinet officials determined to "serve no interest but the public's."
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President Donald Trump exits the Oval Office and walks toward Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on July 15, 2020 in Washington, D.C. 'We Are Teetering on the Edge of Autocracy,' Warn Critics After Trump Suggests Election Delay
"This is how democracy dies in the USA."
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'Monopoly Power' of Tech Giants 'Must End,' Says Top Dem After Marathon Hearing by Powerful CEOs
"Their control of the marketplace allows them to do whatever it takes to crush independent business and expand their own power."
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"The Senate must provide urgent relief and approve the House-passed $3.6 billion for expansion of vote-by-mail, early voting, and online and same day registration, so that states have enough time to make the necessary changes to expand vote-by-mail and early voting, recruit and train workers, buy equipment, and do outreach to the public about new voting processes." (Photo: Greenpeace) 'Choose the People': Greenpeace Targets Vulnerable GOP Senators With Demand to Pass Urgently Needed Covid-19 Relief
"We are calling on these senators to do their job. Now is the time for bold action from our elected officials."
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GOP Condemned for 'Playing With the Lives of 30 Million People' as Economic Recovery Sputters and Benefits Expire
"Enhanced unemployment insurance benefits expire tomorrow because congressional Republicans failed to extend them. 'Malpractice' is far too weak a word for this epic, cruel failure."
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Lawmakers Warn 'Onerous' New USPS Loan Terms Imposed by Mnuchin 'Could Accelerate Demise of Postal Service'
"Mnuchin and the leadership of the U.S. Postal Service appear to be exploiting this public health pandemic to hold the Postal Service to unreasonable loan terms without even consulting Congress."
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Wednesday, July 29, 2020
pro-choice demonstrators Landmark Measure to Repeal 'Racist,' Anti-Choice Helms Amendment Hailed as Step to a 'More Equitable World'
"Abortion care is healthcare and healthcare is a fundamental human right."
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"Police Shouldn't Be in Schools": Omar, Pressley, Warren, and Murphy Introduce Bill to End Federal Funding for Officers on Campus
"Schools should be places of learning, not law enforcement."
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'The Withdraw Is Conditional': After Oregon Governor Says Federal Agents Are Leaving Portland on Thursday, DHS, White House Say Not Yet
"The federal occupation of our community has brought a new kind of fear to our streets."
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Workers install a solar PV power system. (Photo: Team Massachusetts 4D Home/flickr/cc) New Analysis Details How Electrifying the US Economy by 2035 Could Create 25 Million Green Jobs
"We can achieve a just transition to a better world out of the wreckage of this economic crisis... The only thing standing in the way is political will."
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Coalition Sues to Block Trump's "Scorched-Earth Attack" on Bedrock Environmental Law
"We have consistently defeated this administration's relentless, vicious dismantling of safeguards for people and the environment, and we will do so again for this critically important law."
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'Racist, Classist Garbage': Trump Brags to Suburbia About His Repeal of Housing Desegregation Rule
"This is blatant racism from the President of the United States," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren. "And it's disgusting."
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At least 212 eco-defenders were murdered around the world last year, according to a new annual report. (Image: Global Witness) Global Witness Reveals 2019 Was 'Deadliest Year on Record' for Eco-Defenders, With 212 Murdered Worldwide
"Those that defend our land and environment are on the front lines of #ClimateAction. But we are failing them badly."
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Citing Fears of a Defeated Trump Who Won't Go Willingly, Warren Calls on Cabinet Officials to End Deployment of Federal Agents Against Protests
"This is an urgent matter for American democracy and for the safety of Americans peacefully protesting in their communities."
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Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) questions Attorney General William Barr who appears before the House Oversight Committee on July 28, 2020 on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. (Photo:  Matt McClain-Pool/Getty Images) Texas Republican Louis Gohmert Becomes Latest Anti-Mask Lawmaker to Test Positive for Covid-19
The GOP lawmaker was quickly accused of exposing "every single person in yesterday's hearing."
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As Big Tech CEOs Face Historic Anti-Trust Hearing, New 'Merger Tracker' Reveals Outsized Power of Silicon Valley Titans
"Policymakers and enforcers have allowed these big tech barons to bully workers, consumers, and businesses for far too long."
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'Wow, Just Wow': Jaws Drop Over Trump Endorsement of Doctor Who Believes Masks Don't Work, a Covid-19 Cure Exists, and Some Interesting Things About Alien DNA
"Forgive me for repeating myself but it's important," said Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. "Donald Trump and the Republican party are a threat to your life. They are a threat to your life right now."
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Yale Study on $600 Unemployment Lifeline Championed by Democrats Destroys Favorite GOP Talking Point
The analysis comes as Senate Republicans are trying to cut the expanded benefits for workers who have lost jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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'Not One More Pandemic Relief Dollar for the Pentagon': 75 Groups Slam GOP Effort to Use Covid-19 Funds for Weapons of War
"Make no mistake: the Senate GOP is choosing to let people die in order to line the pockets of weapons manufacturer CEOs."
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'This Is...Kidnapping': Video Shows Plainclothes NYPD Officers Throwing Protester Into Unmarked Van
"Our civil liberties are on the brink," said Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. "This is not a drill. There is no excuse for snatching women off the street and throwing them into unmarked vans."
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Tuesday, July 28, 2020
In Light of Supreme Court Ruling, ACLU Says Trump's Latest Move to Undermine DACA 'Patently Illegal'
"There is absolutely no reason for this," said immigration rights activist Erika Andiola. "Nothing. Not a legal reason. Not a political reason. Just hate."
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U.S. Attorney General William Barr testifies before the House Judiciary Committee in the Congressional Auditorium at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center July 28, 2020 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Real Answers Demanded After Barr Dodges on Government Authority to Aim 'Intrusive Surveillance Tools' at Protesters
"The public needs to know whether Attorney General Barr thinks President Trump can conduct mass surveillance of protesters without congressional authorization."
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'This Is How It's Done': Must-Watch TV as Jayapal Tears Into William Barr at Judiciary Hearing
"Mr. Barr... I'm starting to lose my temper."
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'Voters Will Know Who to Blame': Poll Shows At Least 7 in 10 Americans Support $1 Trillion State and Local Aid GOP Refuse to Provide
"Senators can no longer ignore the calls of voters, local elected officials, and economists who have repeatedly called for this relief."
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Progressive Caucus Demands Democrats Reject GOP Plan to 'Unleash Widespread Suffering' on the American People
"The Republican proposal is nothing less than a policy of mass evictions, mass homelessness, mass poverty, and mass hunger."
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Protesters march through lower Manhattan over the death of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police on June 19, 2020. Majority of Americans Back Black Lives Matter Protests and Think Demonstrations Will Help Racial Justice: Poll
A new Gallup survey shows that 65% of U.S. adults support the protests.
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On July 25 at 3:50 am EDT, the MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA's Aqua satellite revealed very powerful thunderstorms (yellow) around Hanna's center. (Image: NASA/NRL) Climatologist Michael Mann on 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season: "Hate to Say, 'We Told You So'"
Citing his pre-season forecast predicting as many as 20 named storms, the expert now warns that "if anything, that might be too low..."
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'Unacceptable, Un-American, and Unconstitutional': Six Mayors Demand Congress Block Federal Agents From US Cities
"This provocation is resulting in direct physical harm to our communities and must end."
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