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Saturday, August 26, 2017
Hurricane Harvey Trump's "Pioneering" Hurricane News Dump Fails to Prevent Controversy
"This Friday night news dump in the middle of a category 4 hurricane will be taught in political classes for years."
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Former sheriff Joe Arpaio 'Law Is Dead in America': Presidential Pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio Widely Condemned
"Trump's pardon of Arpaio is an official endorsement on racial profiling and the abuse of immigrants and people of color."
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Friday, August 25, 2017
The group Tax March is behind a new campaign urging voters to demand an end to tax cuts for the wealthy. 'Not One Penny' More Ads Target GOP Over Tax Cuts for Rich
"The American people are sick and tired of the wealthy and well-connected not paying their fair share."
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Riot police use water cannons during clashes with protesters against the G20 summit on July 7, 2017 in Hamburg, Germany. Warnings of Slippery Slope Fulfilled as Germany Shutters Anti-Capitalist Website
"This is what advocates of censorship are spawning."
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DACA rally Outside Trump's White House, Dreamers Vow to 'Fight Like Hell' to Defend DACA
"This is all one and the same fight, and it's part of Trump's white supremacist agenda."
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President Ronald Reagan, whose administration saw a five percent drop in American workers' union membership, is being inducted into the Department of Labor's Hall of Honor. Trump Labor Department to Honor Anti-Labor President Ronald Reagan
Announcement of Reagan's induction into the Hall of Honor leaves out his firing of 11,000 striking workers
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Warnings Pile Up Against Trump's Really Horrible Pick for Top USDA Scientist
Trump pushing for Sam Clovis to serve as the USDA's top scientist is "a direct attack on science and our food and farm system," coalition says
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Bernie Sanders, Nation's Highest Profile Socialist, Once Again Voted Most Popular
Sanders has repeatedly topped the charts on similar surveys and can now safely claim being the nation's most liked politician
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Responding to the CareerBuilder report on Twitter, Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, argued the results show the urgent need for "strong unions" and "an economy that works for us," not merely the wealthiest. 'Time to Redistribute Wealth': 1% Thriving While 78% Living Paycheck to Paycheck
As President Trump flaunts booming stock market, most U.S. workers as vulnerable as ever
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Planned Parenthood supporters Defunding Clinics, GOP Governor "Throws Women Under the Bus" in South Carolina
Facing a tough primary challenge, Gov. Henry McMaster accused of "political stunt" for banning public funds for state's abortion clinics
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CBP and ICE suspended border patrol operations during two recent hurricane evacuations, but they have not been given orders to do so as Hurricane Harvey approaches Southeast Texas. 'Positively Evil': Immigrant Checkpoints to Remain Open as Harvey Forces Evacuations
"Safety should be a priority regardless of immigration status."
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Leave your dog poop on Crissy Field event photo Rightwing Protesters to Be Welcomed in San Francisco... With Piles of Dog Poop
Bay Area dog owners plan to let their pets do their business on Crissy Field ahead of a rightwing rally planned for Saturday
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"There is a huge environmental risk to this storm," writes The New Republic's Emily Atkins. With Trump in Charge, Heightened Fears of a Hurricane Harvey Petrochemical Nightmare
The president's aggressive deregulatory push "has increased the risk of environmental disaster without increasing disaster preparation"
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Thursday, August 24, 2017
Indigenous groups fought for years for national monument designation for Utah's Bears Ears region—which is now in danger of being reduced in size following an Interior Department recommendation. In Latest 'Giveaway to Corporate Polluters,' Zinke Calls for Carving Up National Monuments
"Another in a long line of blatant handouts to the oil and gas industry," says green group
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As Calls Grow, Former Adviser Warns of Armed 'Insurrection' If Trump Impeached
GOP operative Roger Stone declares that any lawmaker voting for president's removal "would be endangering their own life"
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overview of plan 100% Renewable Roadmaps for 139 Nations Reveal Far-Reaching Benefits
This proposal "helps push forward a conversation within and between the scientific, policy, and business communities about how to envision and plan for a decarbonized economy."
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"In the case of North Carolina, the court found that the legislature targeted African-American voters with 'almost surgical precision.' This is despicable," Schumer writes. Schumer: GOP Disavowal of Racism Empty If 'Despicable' Assault on Voting Rights Continues
The Senate minority leader calls out "the methodical and pernicious" ways the Trump administration is "promoting discrimination in its policies and actions"
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Virginia GOP Rebuked for Casting Democrat as "Race Traitor" Over Statue Stance
State Republican Party accused Lt. Gov. Northam of betraying "his heritage"
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U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry speaks during a White House daily briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House June 27, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Trump Energy Dept's Pro-Coal, Pro-Nuclear Report 'Not Worth Paper It's Written On'
Critics say agency report is little more than "propaganda" and "talking points memo for coal and nuclear subsidies"
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"States like Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, and others have relentlessly pursued voter suppression. We will continue to use the courts to fight!" declared Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. 'Jim Crow-Era Tactics' Rejected as Texas GOP Racist Voter ID Law Smacked Down
"It's time for Congress to finally act to restore the Voting Rights Act, and put an end to these kinds of efforts that deny voters of color access to the ballot."
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Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Saudi Bombing Kills Dozens, and US Complicit, as 'Man-Made Crisis' in Yemen Worsens
The U.S.-backed war, now in its third year, and the cholera epidemic, combined with looming famine have created a trifecta of horrors for Yemenis
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Following a white supremacist rally that turned deadly in Charlottesville, Virginia, 65 percent of Americans said they felt the level of hatred in the U.S. has gone up since President Donald Trump entered office. Poll Shows Trump Is Accomplishing One Thing: Making America Hate Again
Most Americans think Trump has encouraged white supremacist groups—and that he's done so intentionally
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"Acts and words matter. To continue in my role under your administration would be inconsistent with the principles of the United States Oath of Allegiance to which I adhere," wrote Daniel Kammen, who resigned Wednesday from his position as State Department science envoy. IMPEACH: Nothing Subtle About Latest Trump Administration Resignation Letter
"Your response to Charlottesville enables racism, sexism, and harms our country and planet," says outgoing State Dept. science envoy
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'Corporate Mercenaries': Trump-Allied Firm Slammed for $1 Billion Suit Against Water Protectors
"This has now become a pattern of harassment by corporate bullies, with Trump's attorneys leading the way."
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Loser! In 2020 Trump vs. Sanders Match-Up, Bernie Beats Donald Bigly
New poll also shows Trump trailing both Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden in hypothetical match-ups
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Trump's Tuesday evening speech in Phoneix, Arizona drew the latest comparisons between his campaign-style events and speeches given by autocrats like Adolf Hitler. 'Shades of 1933 Germany': Trump's Hostile Rally Prompts Third Reich Comparisons
Former British ambassador expresses shock at president's rhetoric as U.N. panel issues warning on Charlottesville response
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Educators Celebrate as Arizona's Racist Ethnic Studies Ban Ruled Unconstitutional
"This is a win for what is right, for children."
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Climate march sign reads 'denied facts are still facts' Harvard Study Confirms: #ExxonKnew and Misled Public About Climate Threat for Decades
"ExxonMobil contributed quietly to the science and loudly to raising doubts about it," researchers conclude
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Thousands demonstrated peacefully against Trump in Phoenix on Tuesday night, before the rallies turned violent. Police Tear-Gas Demonstrators at Huge Anti-Trump Protest in Phoenix
Contrary to Trump's claims that protests were small, many thousands showed up to peacefully condemn the president
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"We need jobs, justice, and peace. We need political justice and economic justice," said Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.). As Trump Raged in Phoenix, Sanders and Conyers Offered Vision for a Better Nation
"If you spent two minutes watching Trump, spend two watching this."
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Arpaio and Trump inflatables 'An Official Endorsement of Racism': Trump Hints at Pardon for Sheriff Joe
Human rights groups and advocates swiftly respond to Trump's reassurance that America's so-called "toughest sheriff," a convicted criminal awaiting his sentence, will be "just fine"
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U.S. President Donald Trump applauds the crowd of supporters at the Phoenix Convention Center as he takes the stage during a rally on August 22, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona. Trump Goes 'Full Delusion Mode' With Unhinged Performance at Arizona Rally
"This Trump speech is like something out of a psychopathology textbook."
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Tuesday, August 22, 2017
The Sierra Club and other environmental groups have fought the 500-mile Sabal Trail pipeline, which would carry fracked gas across wetlands in three states. This Pipeline Victory Could Have Major Implications for Climate Fights Ahead
The federal commission charged with analyzing climate impacts of major fossil fuel project didn't do its job, says appeals court
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UK's Jeremy Corbyn Admits What Most in US Won't: "War in Afghanistan Has Failed"
"After 16 years of bloodshed and destruction," says Labour leader, "the Taliban are undefeated and terrorism is no less of a threat."
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Raqqa, Syria As Trump Ramps Up War on Terror, US Bombings Kill 170+ Civilians This Week
If Syria and Iraq are the model of "success," Trump's war expansion should terrify Afghan civilians
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"It's important news that the environmental movement seems to be rallying round a new flag. That standard bears a number: 100 percent," McKibben writes. Only Solution, Says McKibben, 100% Renewables 'As Fast as Humanly Possible'
"No more half-measures," warns prominent climate author and activist
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A Washington Post report finds that Trump frequently lies about facts that could be easily disproven with a Google search. 1,000 Lies in 200 Days: A Detailed Look at Trump's Catalog of Falsehoods
WaPo analysis shows president averaging nearly five falsehoods per day since his inauguration
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Has Your Local Lawmaker Pledged to Support Medicare for All? Have You?
New campaign urges lawmakers to "go on video pledging to stand up for Medicare for All in any public appearances and statements addressing our country's healthcare crisis."
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A dozen NFL players kneel in protest Largest NFL Racial Justice Protest Yet as Cleveland Players Kneel During National Anthem
"There's a lot of racial and social injustices in the world.... We just decided to take a knee and pray for the people who have been affected."
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Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio was one of Trump's biggest supporters on the campaign trail in 2016. Trump is expected to announce that he'll pardon him at a rally in Phoenix Tuesday. Massive Protests Planned in Phoenix to Condemn Trump Agenda and Racist Rhetoric
Organizers want president to know "he is not welcome and that we will never pardon white supremacy!"
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Treasury Secretary's Wife Provokes Outrage With Classist Tirade on Instagram
"I'm pretty sure we paid more taxes toward our day 'trip' than you did. Pretty sure the amount we sacrifice per year is a lot more than you'd be willing to sacrifice."
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U.S. President Donald Trump greets military leaders before his speech on Afghanistan at the Fort Myer military base on August 21, 2017 in Arlington, Virginia. Bowing to Endless War Advocates, Trump Vows More Bloodshed in Afghanistan
Trump's "plan" for America's longest war will almost certainly increase terrorism and cause civilian deaths to skyrocket, analysts argued
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Monday, August 21, 2017
The RAA and REINS Act could impact federal agencies' ability to impose regulations affecting food safety, among other issues that affect Americans. Moms' Group Sounds Alarm Over Worst GOP Bill "You've Never Heard Of"
"From car safety to clean air and water, Congress is threatening these lifesaving standards."
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Calling Trump an "Embarrassment," Sanders Says Organized Labor Key to Nation's Future
"We're not going to rebuild the shrinking middle class unless we rebuild the trade union movement," declares Sen. Bernie Sanders at Indiana rally
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Giving Middle Finger to Appalachian Communities, Trump Kills Study of Mountaintop Removal Health Impacts
Stopping the study "without warning or adequate reason is beyond heartless"
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Donald Trump With Trump, Warns Scahill, "Unelected National Security Apparatus" Now Unleashed
"Trump may not finish his term as president, but the CIA and the Pentagon will," writes expert on U.S. assassination program and Afghan war
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Total Solar Eclipse Awes Onlookers Across United States
People across the United States are looking toward the sky on Monday afternoon as a rare total solar eclipses occurs from coast to coast. Those gathered in Oregon were the first to get a view of the full eclipse: First glimpse of #SolarEclipse2017 totality in Oregon! Take a look here and watch our...
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Will Trump Pardon Notorious Sheriff Arpaio? Trump Rally Raises Tensions in Phoenix
"Trump pardoning Arpaio would be an official presidential endorsement of racism," says the ACLU.
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After years of criticizing U.S. involvement in Afghanistan, Trump is expected to announce that he'll deploy more troops there. Replicating Obama Failure, Trump Expected to Bolster Endless Afghan War With Troop Surge
The president will announce his plan for a new strategy in Afghanistan following months of debate
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campaign to stop killer robots Demanding Ban on Killer Robots, Tech Experts Warn of Opening "This Pandora's Box"
"Lethal autonomous weapons threaten to become the third revolution in warfare," robotics and artificial intelligence experts warn
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Progressive Armies Mobilize Against GOP Tax Cuts for Corporations and Wealthy
While broad coalition aims to inform voting public about Republican's tax giveaways to rich and powerful, Democrats warned to stand firm in Congress
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Sunday, August 20, 2017
Dick Gregory attends 'Turn Me Loose' Opening Night at The Westside Theatre on May 19, 2016 Comedian and Civil Rights Icon Dick Gregory Dies at 84
"We have lost one of the most important voices of social justice vigilance in the last fifty years."
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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders (D-VT) shakes hands with United Steelworkers President, Local 1999, Chuck Jones, after having breakfast at Peppy Grill on May 3, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana. 'He's Not Slowing Down': Sanders to Rip Trump, Push for Single Payer on Midwest Tour
The tour will aim to demonstrate that Sanders' ambitious progressive agenda—which includes a $15 minimum wage, Medicare for All, and tuition-free public college—has "universal appeal."
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United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (R) attend the security council meeting on nonproliferation of North Korea next to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres (L) at United Nations on April 28, 2017 in New York City. North Korea Warns US-South Korea War Games Driving Toward 'Uncontrollable Nuclear War'
The North called the planned joint military exercises "reckless" and said the U.S. is "lost in a fantasy"
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People march near the White House during the People's Climate Movement in Washington, D.C., April 29, 2017, to protest President Donald Trump's attack on the climate and the Environmental Protection Agency. Trump 'Wave of Destruction' Continues With Decision to Disband Key Climate Panel
"Any organization that disagrees with Trump, gets cut. Business committees, arts, and now science."
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Saturday, August 19, 2017
15,000 people peacefully protest a neo-nazi rally, and this is the best the president of the United States can do. Resign 'Blatant Smear': Trump Attacks Boston Anti-Racism Demonstrators as 'Anti-Police Agitators'
"Again, this man attacks anti-Nazi protesters. He's determined to create a culture war in America to distract from his unethical failures."
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Thousands of protesters prepare to march in Boston against a planned 'Free Speech Rally' just one week after the violent 'Unite the Right' rally in Virginia left one woman dead and dozens more injured on August 19, 2017 in Boston, United States. As Alt-Right Gathers in Boston, Thousands Counter With Rally to 'Fight Supremacy'
"The Boston counter-protest is now perhaps the largest anti-racist protest this year."
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President Donald Trump attends a meeting with U.S. company representatives and featuring products made in the United States. 'Swamp's Doing Fine': Amid White House Turmoil, Trump Cozies Up to Right-Wing Donors
Billionaires Robert Mercer, Joseph Craft, and Diane Hendricks all dined with Trump this week
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Friday, August 18, 2017
In their letter of resignation, the members of the president's arts committee spelled out the word "RESIST" with the first letters of each paragraph. Citing 'Hateful Rhetoric' of Trump, Arts & Humanities Council Resigns En Masse
"Supremacy, discrimination, and vitriol are not American values...If this is not clear to you, then we call on you to resign your office, too."
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Rainbow over waterway in Brooklyn, New York Anti-Fracking Activists Celebrate Ruling Against Major Pipeline
Court ruling "gives hope across the country for people facing the onslaught of oil and gas infrastructure."
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Chief Strategist Steve Bannon walks behind U.S. President Donald Trump toward Marine One before departing from the White House on February 24, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Bannon's Ouster Welcomed, But Much Bigger Problem Remains in White House: Trump
"The larger and more urgent crisis is that a white supremacist sympathizer is the president of the United States."
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In protests around the world, the anti-Trump resistance has asserted this week that the white supremacists who gathered in Charlottesville last week were to blame for the violence that ensued. Despite Harsh Rebuke for Charlottesville Stance, Trump's Base Remains Loyal
In new poll, 87 percent of Republicans said they, like Trump, believe "both sides" were to blame for violence that killed counter-protester
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Al Gore Al Gore Has Just One Small Bit of Advice for Trump: 'Resign'
As public support for the president continues to plummet, the former vice president says he should step down
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The Magazine Covers Trump Earned This Week By Defending White Supremacy
Remember how president likes to be the center of attention and appear on the cover of magazines?
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U.S. President Donald Trump (R) shakes hands with Judge Neil Gorsuch after nominating him to the Supreme Court during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House January 31, 2017 in Washington, D.C. 'Downright Unconstitutional': Gorsuch Slammed for Headlining Event at Trump Hotel
"Especially as many Trump decisions are likely soon to reach the court's docket, a healthy respect for public confidence in the court should have led Justice Gorsuch to demur."
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White supremacists in Charlottesville, Va. ACLU Shifts Position on Defending Armed Demonstrations After Charlottesville
In wake of violence at white supremacist rally in Virginia, legal group revises policy for demonstrators who insist on carrying weapons
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At her daughter's funeral on Wednesday, Susan Bro said that while white supremacists "tried to kill my child to shut her up, [they] just magnified her." Heather Heyer's Mom Won't Talk to Trump 'After What He Said About My Child'
"You can't wash this one away by shaking my hand and saying, 'I'm sorry.'"
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) addresses a rally against Trump Administration budget cuts to education funding outside the U.S. Capitol July 19, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Centrist Democrats Riled as Warren Says Days of 'Lukewarm' Policies Are Over
"The Democratic Party isn't going back to the days of welfare reform and the crime bill."
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Thursday, August 17, 2017
Heather Heyer memorial After Charlottesville, Republicans Defend Bills to Protect Drivers Who Hit Protesters
Despite Heather Heyer's death, GOP still standing by controversial proposals
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In an act of civil disobedience and solidarity, more than 200 citizens offered to turn themselves in for toppling a Confederate monument in Durham, North Carolina. In Support of Eight Arrested for Toppling Durham Statue, Hundreds Turn Themselves In
"The people will continue to keep making the right choices until every Confederate statue is gone, until white supremacy is gone."
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A general view of ambulances at the scene of a terrorist attack in the Las Ramblas area on August 17, 2017 in Barcelona, Spain. Officials say 13 people are confirmed dead and at least 50 injured after a van plowed into people in the Las Ramblas area of the city this afternoon. After Attack in Spain, Trump Invokes 'Vile' Myth Celebrating Mass Execution of Muslims
Suggesting Muslims should be executed with bullets dipped in pig blood called "sick" and "appalling"
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Protest against Donald Trump Trump on the Brink? Impeachment Support Grows Amid Speculation He'll Resign
As the majority of Americans and his own party denounce the president's response to Charlottesville, Democrats move to impeach him
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Citizens of southern cities including New Orleans have fought in recent months to have Confederate statues removed. As Removal Movement Grows, Trump Sides With White Supremacists on Confederate Monuments
"The argument that the Confederate flag and other displays represent 'heritage, not hate' ignores the near-universal heritage of African Americans whose ancestors were enslaved by the millions."
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Wednesday night, marchers—singing "We are not afraid" and "We shall overcome"—offered a peaceful and hopeful alternative to the violence and hatred that was on display at the so-called "Unite the Right" rally. 'Hope Not Hatred': Thousands Gather Across US in Rebuke to Trump, Neo-Nazis
"Candles instead of torches. This is Charlottesville."
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Philippine presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte gestures during a campaign rally on April 23, 2016 in Manila, Philippines. Duterte, Recipient of Trump Praise, Just Threatened to Have Human Rights Activists Shot
Philippines leader, now "plumbing new depths of barbarity" in his war on drugs, was told by Trump earlier this year to "keep up the good work"
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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
"DEFCON 1-Level Bad": Uproar After Steve Bannon Gets Loose With Lefty Magazine
Top Trump advisor and self described anti-globalist goes on-the-record with American Prospect to talk "economic war with China," identity politics, and how certain White House colleagues are "wetting themselves" over foreign affairs
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Deandre Harris Four Arrested for Toppling Confederate Statue, But Zero Neo-Nazis Yet Arrested for This Brutal Beating
"The beating happened right beside the Police Department, and no police were there to help me at all."
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Trump was forced to disband two business councils Wednesday after seven members left over his comments about Charlottesville. Stranding CEOs Too Slow To Quit, Trump Disbands His Own Business Councils
"Trump aides: History is pounding its knuckles on the White House door and shouting that it's time to leave."
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Flowers, candles and chalk-written messages surround a photograph of Heather Heyer on the spot where she was killed and 19 others injured when a car slammed into a crowd of people protesting against a white supremacist rally, August 16, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. Murder of Heather Heyer Only "Magnified Her," Mom Tells White Supremacists
In powerful eulogy, mother of victim killed in Charlottesville calls on Americans to fight injustice
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ACLU demonstrators Oregon Lauded as Progressive Model for Reproductive Healthcare Reform
As Republican-led states like Texas enact restrictions on reproductive care, "Oregonians are showing the rest of the country what it means to be resilient and visionary."
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Demonstrators in South Korea held a cartoonish illustration of President Donald Trump on Tuesday. 'Embarrassing' for US, Trump Defense of Neo-Nazi Rally Stuns People Worldwide
"Outside the U.S., this is beyond the pale."
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Trump Inner-Circle Privately "Appalled" and "Disgusted." Publicly? Dead Silent
"What is more cowardly than dispatching anonymous sources to claim you're 'upset' while lacking the courage to just say so yourself?"
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"Senator, you suck!" yelled some in the audience at a Colorado town hall held by Sen. Cory Gardner. GOP Senator Drowned Out By Cheers for 'Single Payer' at Town Hall
An "overwhelming majority in the high school auditorium raised their hands" when asked if they support single payer
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Mark Ruffalo joins Michael Moore as he leads his Broadway audience to Trump Tower to protest President Donald Trump on August 15, 2017 in New York City. Mark Ruffalo, Michael Moore Lead NYC Protest Against 'Absolutely Racist' Trump
"He's allowed fascism, he's allowed the KKK, he's allowed Nazis to show their ugly face, and we're here to remind him there's a cost for that."
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Tuesday, August 15, 2017
President Donald Trump has threatened to end cost-sharing subsidies to insurance companies, which allow many Americans to afford their health insurance premiums. CBO: Trump's Plan to Sabotage ACA Would Skyrocket Premiums
"If Trump doesn't pay, he is willfully hurting America."
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US President Donald Trump delivers remarks following a meeting on infrastructure at Trump Tower, August 15, 2017 in New York City. He fielded questions from reporters about his comments on the events in Charlottesville, Virginia and white supremacists. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) 'This Is Sick': Unscripted and Unhinged Trump Reverts to Defending Neo-Nazis
David Duke among white supremacists thanking president for standing up for "the truth" on Charlottesville
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Flood in Florida Ignoring Threat of Rising Seas, Trump Eliminates Flood Risk Standards
"Silly Trump wants to use tax dollars to build on floodplains as sea level rises. Damp!"
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Demonstrators marcked through Washington, D.C. and assembled in front of the White House, calling on Trump to protect young working immigrants. #DefendDACA: Nationwide Rallies Demand Protection for Young Immigrants
The DACA program, which allows undocumented immigrants to work, is expected to add $230 billion to the GDP over the next decade
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white supremacists gathered in Charlottesville Ahead of Charlottesville, Trump Cut Funds for Group Fighting White Supremacy
Top aide Katharine Gorka worked to revoke a federal grant for a nonprofit that reforms racist extremists
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Hours After Trump Finally Denounced White Supremacists... A Racist Tweet
Critics call on president to stop engaging on "racial dog whistles" with far-right elements
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More than 200 people were indicted on felony rioting charges during anti-Trump protests on Inauguration Day Trump DOJ Wants Info on Every Person Who Visited Anti-Trump Protest Site
Web hosting company vows to protect users from 'overreach' and 'abuse of government authority'
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Midtown protests on Aug. 14, 2017 'Shame! Shame!': New Yorkers Surround Trump Tower to Protest President's Return
Thousands flood streets to denounce Trump and condemn his response to white supremacists in Charlottesville
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"Take this horror moment that we're in and times it by 20, times it by 200. That's what's going on in every federal agency that's under his control every single day," Moore said Michael Moore: Don't Lose Sight of the 'Horror' Trump Inflicts Every Single Day
While current focus "rightly" on Charlottesville, filmmaker warns president is doing "whole bunch of other things that we're not paying attention to"
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U.S. President Donald Trump (C) delivers opening remarks during a meeting with (L-R) Wendell Weeks of Corning, Alex Gorsky of Johnson & Johnson, Michael Dell of Dell Technologies and other other business leaders in the Roosevelt Room at the White House January 23, 2017 in Washington, D.C. 'Grandstanders': Trump Lashes Out as CEOs Pressured to Denounce Racism
"One thing CEOs on Trump's advisory council should consider: do you really want to be the last CEO to quit?"
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Monday, August 14, 2017
White supremacist groups have been responsible for more homicides than any other domestic extremist movement in the past 17 years, according to a memo by the FBI and DHS. Federal Agencies Warned of White Supremacist Threat in May
A memo by the FBI and DHS said white supremacist groups pose a bigger threat to the U.S. than other extremist organizations
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"Thousands of people are sick, but there are not enough hospitals, not enough medicines, not enough clean water." As Yemen Cholera Cases Reach 500,000, US and UK Condemned for Complicity
The epidemic is a "man-made disaster driven by national and international politics," said Oxfam's Katy Wright
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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Dems Demand Answers About FCC's Apparent Favoritism Toward Sinclair
As lawmakers put pressure on FCC chairman, Times releases major report detailing how the agency's "deregulatory blitz" benefits the conservative TV company
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"While today's delayed words are welcome, they should have been spoken on Saturday. This unconscionable delay has undermined his moral credibility as our nation's leader," said Vanita Gupta, president and CEO of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. 'Not Good Enough': Trump's Charlottesville Speech Slammed as Too Little, Too Late
"Donald Trump brings to the task of denouncing racism all the passion of a man ordering a cheeseburger through a drive-through microphone."
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Industry pollutes US water supply Critics Condemn Trump Administration's "Assault on America's Water Resources"
"Candidate and now President Donald Trump claimed he'd work to promote clean water. This claim has proven to be hollow."
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Trump's Threats of Military Action in Venezuela Rejected Across Latin America
Venezuelan opposition warns against military intervention by any country, while Colombian president offers pointed remarks
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