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Saturday, August 12, 2017
Horror in Charlottesville: One Dead After Driver Plows into Anti-Racist Demo
Racist neo-Nazis run out of town as city of Charlottesville rises up against hate-inspired rally
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Venezuela: Trump Threat of US Military Intervention "Madness" of US Imperialism
Threat to Latin American nation "an unprecedented threat to national sovereignty," says top government official in Caracas
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White Supremacists, Armed With Tiki Torches and Hate, Denounced at UVA
'We cannot let their worldview normalize. We must be clear, united, and vocal in our opposition.'
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Friday, August 11, 2017
"Curbing advertising, taxing carbon, a basic income, and a shorter work week" can be part of a strategy of "planned de-growth." (Photo: Generation Grundeinkommen/flickr/cc) Universal Basic Income Needed to Break 'Addiction to Economic Growth Killing Us'
Anthropologist Jason Hickel presents basic income as part of strategy of "planned de-growth," which will "increase human well-being and happiness while reducing our economic footprint."
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Trump's Profits at D.C. Hotel Show Clear Violation of Constitution, Lawmakers Say
After raising prices, Trump International Hotel has earned $18 million and made a profit of $2 million so far this year
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Gov. Scott Walker has been pushing through a $3 billion dollar tax-payer funded deal to bring the Taiwanese company Foxconn to Wisconsin, with little transparency. Critics Wary of Wisconsin Gov. Walker's Plan to Push Through Foxconn Deal
Residents question whether the jobs provided by manufacturer would be worth the investment
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As the state of Nebraska stands poised to make a potentially life-altering decision about permitting this poisonous bitumen to be inflicted on its population Keystone XL Foes Vow to Put Their Bodies on the Line to Protect the Planet
"Our water, property rights, climate, and the Sovereign Rights of Native Nations are in the public interest and must be protected."
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As US Bombs Kill More Afghan Women and Kids, McCain's Plan? More War
"Ordinary Afghans—who are always left out of the calculations of American experts—are the first to suffer and the last to be included in war plans."
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With 142 deaths from opioid overdoses per day, drug policy experts have demanded that the government increase access to treatment instead of dealing with the opioid crisis as a law enforcement issue. 'Wrong Way to Go': Experts Warn Trump Opioid Declaration Could Revitalize Failed War on Drugs
"This is not a problem that we can incarcerate our way out of."
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According to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, corporate profits are "near all-time highs." Wages for most workers, meanwhile, have been stagnant for decades. Corporations Complain Their Taxes So High, But New Study Busts That Myth
Minimum-wage workers can't afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment, but the GOP thinks it's massive corporations that need an income boost
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8 in 10 Americans Fear Nuclear War as Trump Says US 'Locked and Loaded'
Psychologists say public anxiety is what you would expect from president's "fire and fury"-style rhetoric as poll shows huge majority "fearful" of nuclear war with North Korea
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Thursday, August 10, 2017
Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) holds a news conference on H.R.1962, the 'Free Flow of Information Act of 2013', May 22, 2013 in Washington, D.C. More Than 60 House Dems Denounce Trump for 'Raising the Specter of Nuclear War'
"Trump must immediately cease talk of pre-emptive war."
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60 Percent Drop in Fines Shows Corporate Polluters Have Little to Fear From Trump
"President Trump campaigned on a promise of 'law and order,' but apparently law enforcement for big polluters is not what he had in mind."
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The report—based on contributions from over 450 scientists from around 60 countries—is the most detailed climate assessment that has emerged from a government agency since Donald Trump became president. Denier-in-Chief Trump Should Read NOAA's Frightening New Climate Report
With "highest concentration of CO2 in the air in 800,000 years," how much more proof does president need?
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Donald Trump Analysis Shows Trump/GOP Sabotage to Blame for Coming Insurance Premium Hikes
Republicans' healthcare efforts have rattled insurers, meaning millions of Americans will likely see insurance costs increase
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President Donald Trump appears to have successfully convinced his supporters that millions of illegal votes were cast in the 2016 election. 'Slippery Slope to Dictatorship': Majority of GOP Would Back Trump Postponing 2020 Elections
President's repeated lies about mythical "voter fraud" is apparently having impact
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FBI Director Robert Mueller III testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a oversight hearing on Capitol Hill 70 Percent of Americans Think Mueller Should Be Free to Go After Trump's Finances
Recent reports show the special counsel is doing just that, despite Trump's protests
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John Mecklin, editor-in-chief of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists—the organization that created the "Doomsday Clock"—denounced Trump's remarks as "about the stupidest and most dangerous statement I have ever heard an American president make. 'Negotiate, Don't Escalate': Demands for Peace as Nuclear Threat Looms
"If there was ever a time to resist, it's now."
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Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Why Was There a Huge Trump-Like Chicken Outside the White House?
Okay, maybe it's a rooster. And a reminder: Trump still hasn't released his tax returns.
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Trump's Continued Silence on Minn. Mosque Attack 'An Outrage,' Says Rep. Ellison
Recent attack comes amidst uptick in anti-Muslim hate crimes
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Asylum seeker crosses border into Canada Canada Builds Border Camp for Asylum Seekers Fleeing US
Hundreds of Haitians, fearful of deportation under President Donald Trump, have crossed the border to seek refugee status in Quebec
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Mike Pence Pence's Indiana 'Cautionary Tale' for Privatizing Infrastructure Projects
White House plan touts partnerships with private sector while Indiana residents navigate aftermath of roadway privatization approved by Pence, their former governor
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The White House and its corporate allies have undertaken a coordinated campaign to ensure the passage of a tax code rewrite that stands to fatten the pockets of the wealthiest. (Photo: Timothy Krause/cc/flickr) The 1% Is Organized and Coming for Its Tax Cuts. Is the Resistance Ready?
New details emerge of Republicans' effort to ensure that their bid to rewrite the tax code doesn't suffer the same fate as healthcare
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In a briefing on the opioid epidemic in the U.S., President Donald Trump depicted the crisis as a crime issue rather than one involving public health. Critics Slam Trump's 'Substance-Free' Plan to Address Opioid Crisis
The crisis killed more than 33,000 Americans in 2015 and is responsible for 142 deaths per day
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U.S. President Donald Trump and Pastor Robert Jeffress participate in the Celebrate Freedom Rally at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on July 1, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Megachurch Pastor Says Trump Has God's Approval to Start Nuclear War
Comments by president's spiritual advisor sparks condemnation amid "fire and fury" threats against North Korea
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Donald Trump is making us all more unsafe with every war-mongering comment, tweet, and threat," reads a MoveOn.org petition 'Stop the Insanity': Demand Grows to Strip Trump of Nuclear Authority
On anniversary of Nagasaki bombing, calls to end "saber-rattling" and de-escalate tensions with North Korea
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Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Protester holds sign about voting Trump DOJ's Latest Move Confirms "Worst Fears" About Voting Rights
Department's reversal on key case involving Ohio's program to purge voter rolls sparks condemnation
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"Building on the success of two previous Resistance Recesses earlier this year, MoveOn members will be convening to hold GOP members of Congress accountable for their votes on healthcare repeal and speak out in support of Medicare for All," MoveOn.org said in a statement. With Resistance Recess, Groups Fight for Congress That 'Puts People Before Profits'
"If Democrats want to win in 2018 and take our country back from the billionaire class and Republicans, they need to start by supporting legislation that speaks to the real concerns facing the American people."
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Sane Voices Urge Diplomacy After 'Lunatic' Trump Threatens 'Fire and Fury'
"The world's most powerful country is being run by lunatics who want to kill us all."
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Protesters have frequently gathered outside the White House in recent months. After 200 Days of Trump, Poll Shows Base (Finally) Abandoning President
After months of low approval ratings from the general public, Trump's popularity appears to be waning among even his biggest fans
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Sen. Bernie Sanders 'Make Your Stand': Medicare for All Supporters Ready to Hold Dems to Account
An increasing majority of Democratic voters support improving and expanding Medicare to all Americans, so why all the reported "alarm" among party establishment?
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The report came as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in Manila meeting with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who bragged to a state news agency that the U.S. and Australia have "considerably toned down" their criticism of his human rights record. Trump Embraces Duterte as Endless US War Expands in Philippines
"This is why Congress needs to debate a new AUMF."
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A new report shows that even if humans were to immediately halt carbon emissions, the earth's temperature would still rise over the next century due to irreversible damage that's already been done. Fearing Trump Censorship, Govt. Scientists Leak Alarming Climate Report
Scientists at 13 federal agencies released a draft of a report showing that the U.S. is currently being impacted by climate change
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If contractors are replacing soldiers and they are on the frontline they could kill or be killed, there could be kidnaps or insider attacks—what happens if they commit a crime or bodies have to be sent back; there would be a large number of legal complications," one official told the Financial Times. Blackwater Founder's 'Disturbing' Plan to Privatize Afghan War Gains Ground
"There's a bad record of contractors and human rights abuses."
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Monday, August 7, 2017
Why on Earth Is Trump Attacking Nation's Nursing Home Population?
Proposed rule called "disturbing" new direction for federal agency which "should be protecting patients, not making it easier for facilities to harm them and cover it up."
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USDA Emails Show USDA Staff Told to 'Avoid' Term 'Climate Change' Under Trump
"These records reveal Trump's active censorship of science in the name of his political agenda."
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As US Inequality Breeds Oligarchy, New Report Details Pathway to Equity
"Inequality effectively disenfranchises us, diminishing what our vote at the ballot box means relative to the influence of money drowning out our voice in the public square."
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Al Jazeera logo 'Brazen Attack on Media Freedom': Critics Blast Israel's Move to Ban Al Jazeera
"The move sends a chilling message that the Israeli authorities will not tolerate critical coverage."
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The city of Hiroshima, Japan on Sunday marked the 72nd anniversary of the U.S. dropping of the atomic bomb with a call to rid the world of "the absolute evil that is nuclear weapons." Because 'This Hell Is Not a Thing of the Past,' Hiroshima Makes Plea for Nuclear Weapons-Free World
"As long as nuclear weapons exist and policymakers threaten their use, their horror could leap into our present at any moment," says Hiroshima mayor.
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Wall Street Fines Down 66% Under Trump's Goldman Sachs-Filled Administration
"You do have to wonder when working-class Trump supporters will start to notice such things."
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North Korea Says US Wrong to Think It Is 'Safe Across the Ocean'
Painting America as the aggressor, Pyongyang says its nuclear arsenal is a non-negotiable deterrent while vowing "thousand-fold" revenge for new UN sanctions
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Pipeline protesters in Nebraska "We're Ready to Stop It Again": KXL Opponents Flood Nebraska's Capitol
"Commissioners in Nebraska have a choice to make—either they protect the fossil fuel industry's greed, or they stand up for the health and safety of our climate and our communities."
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Sunday, August 6, 2017
As White House Ramps Up Attacks on Free Press, NRA Issues Warning to New York Times
Conservative commentator tells newspaper, "We're coming for you"
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The UN Security Council unanimously voted to impose sanctions on North Korea Saturday, in an effort to deter the country from continuing its nuclear development. UN Imposes Sanctions In Hopes of Deterring North Korea's Nuclear Ambitions
As U.S. demands end to nuclear testing by North Korea, Hiroshima mayor urges all nations to sign anti-nuclear treaty on anniversary of bombing
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Saturday, August 5, 2017
Flynn served in the Trump administration for only 24 days after being fired, following reports that he had been dishonest about his connections to Russia. Mueller Investigation Expands Focus to Probe Flynn's Finances
The special counsel is examining whether former national security advisor Michael Flynn concealed payments from the Turkish government
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Workers at a Nissan plant in Canton, Miss. worked to unionize for several years before an unsuccessful vote on Friday. UAW Vows to Fight Nissan's Unfair Practices in Court Following Union Vote
After being threatened with potential job loss, Nissan plant workers in Mississippi overwhelmingly voted against unionizing Friday night
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Friday, August 4, 2017
As Free Press, an Open Internet advocacy group, noted last month, "The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) docket for public comments on the existing net neutrality rules has already surpassed all records." With FCC Now at Full Staff, Groups Warn That Net Neutrality Is Under Threat Once More
"The FCC is moving to end net neutrality—which could mean giving big cable companies room to charge extra fees, block, and censor users."
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Blackwater mercenaries in Baghdad Court Throws Out Blackwater Guards' Sentences for 2007 Baghdad Massacre
Three former mercenaries who killed and injured 31 unarmed Iraqis in Nisour Square will be resentenced, and a fourth may be retried
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The DOJ has threatened to withhold anti-crime funds from four cities unless they comply with immigration agents. DOJ 'Bullying' Cities Into Complying With Anti-Immigration Efforts
Attorney General Sessions orders city law enforcement to cooperate with federal immigration agents
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Every American should be concerned about the Trump administration's threat to step up its efforts against whistleblowers and journalists In 'Direct Attack on the First Amendment,' Sessions Declares War on Leaks
Press freedom groups argued the crackdown would foster a "McCarthy-esque culture within the federal government"
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Jared Kushner owns about $760 million in his family's real estate company, which is under federal investigation for its use of a federal visa program. Kushner's Company Issued Subpoena Over Misuse of Visa Program
The real estate firm partially owned by the president's son-in-law has been accused of promoting its connection to Trump to gain investors
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Pipeline protest New Report Reveals Water Threats Posed by the "Dirty Three's" Pipeline Routes
Greenpeace analysis found tar sands oil projects could cause multiple significant spills over the next 50 years
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  Norman Lear speaks at TED2016 in Vancouver, Canada. (Photo: Bret Hartman/TED/flickr/cc) Norman Lear to Boycott Reception With the 'Archie Bunker' President
"If anything can bring us hope and encouragement in these difficult times, it has to be the arts and humanities."
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"There's many of us in West Virginia that did not vote for Donald Trump." 'Trump Doesn't Care About Us': West Virginians Rally to Protest Trump's Visit
"I'm here because I can't watch our democracy and our country fall into disrepair, to fall apart, and become a plutocracy."
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Thursday, August 3, 2017
Trump-Russia Probe Becoming 'Very Serious' as Mueller Assembles Grand Jury
"Legal experts said that the decision by Mueller to impanel a grand jury suggests he believes he will need to subpoena records and take testimony from witnesses."
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An article in a Vatican-approved publication offers harsh words for conservative American Catholics. Pope Francis's Associates Condemn American Religious Right
An article in a Vatican-approved journal singles out Steve Bannon as "a supporter of apocalyptic geopolitics"
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March for Science demonstrator holds sign denouncing Trump Trump's War on Science Forces Federal Officials to Consider Polluters' Demands
"The administration is seriously weakening EPA's mission by vigorously pursuing an industry deregulation approach."
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John Bolton's 'Military Options' for North Korea Denounced as 'Utter Lunacy'
"John Bolton has been writing about bombing other countries for at least two decades."
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Welcome to Quebec sign Asylum Seekers, Fleeing Trump's Hostility, Overwhelm Quebec's Refugee Resources
Crossing at remote locations along the border, thousands have left the U.S. for Canada in hopes of attaining refugee status
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President Donald Trump holds a meeting with members of his cabinet. 'This Is Nuts': Trump Fumes to Generals That US Should Plunder Afghan Minerals
The president also compared military strategy to renovating a restaurant
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Transcripts released by the Washington Post Thursday show Trump arguing over immigration policy with the leaders of Mexico and Australia. Transcripts Reveal Trump's 'Crazy' Approach to Diplomacy
"It makes me look so bad."
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Sanders Rips 'Greedy' Nissan, Backs Workers' Union Effort
In op-ed, Sanders applauds autoworkers' efforts to unionize in the face of vicious corporate backlash
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Rally for women's rights Responding to Dems' 2018 Campaign Plan, Groups Release Pro-Choice Platform
"The Democratic Party cannot and will not win if it turns its back on women and our fundamental rights."
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Wednesday, August 2, 2017
The Committee to Protect Journalists and other press freedom groups are tracking threats to journalists with a new website. Amid Trump's Chilling War on Media, Press Freedom Groups Expose Threats to US Journalists
New database catalogues 46 attacks on free press in 2017 so far
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Woman smokes joint Far-Reaching Bill Would Legalize Weed, Offer Reparations for War on Drugs
"This is the right thing to do for public safety, and will help reduce our overflowing prison population," says Sen. Cory Booker.
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Demonstrators hold signs during a protest of Donald Trump's inauguration. (Photo: Susan Melkisethian/flickr/cc) Trump Approval Rating Hits NEW LOW!
Sad.
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"Trump's plan to slash legal immigration is just another senseless attack on our country's values." 'The Statue of Liberty Weeps' as Trump Takes Aim at Legal Immigration
"The RAISE Act would shut the door on hundreds of thousands of families and refugees. It's cruel and un-American."
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Monsanto's weed-killer, Roundup Docs Reveal Monsanto's Attempts to Influence Reports About Roundup
Law firm releases trove of "secret documents" detailing employees' messages to writers and scientists
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is gathering support and ideas from voters ahead of his planned Medicare for All proposal on the Senate floor. Money Pours In for Sanders's New Medicare for All Digital Campaign
"Bottom line is: if other countries around the world are providing quality care to all their people, we can do the same."
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"This means that in seven months, we emitted more carbon than the oceans and forests can absorb in a year, we caught more fish, felled more trees, harvested more, and consumed more water than the Earth was able to produce in the same period," World Wildlife Fund and Global Footprint Network said in a statement. 'Earth Is Exhausted': Humans Have Already Consumed the Planet's Annual Resources
"The costs of this global ecological overspending are becoming increasingly evident around the world."
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Dr. E. Faye Williams, president of the National Congress of Black Women, chants with other protestors demonstrating outside the house of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) ahead of the Senate vote to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) as attorney general New DOJ Memo Shows Trump Intensifying Assault on Civil Rights
The Justice Department's plan to "challenge efforts that colleges and universities have undertaken to expand educational opportunity is an affront to our values as a country."
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Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Pro-choice and anti-choice protesters demonstrate outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in California. Anti-Choice States Are Worse for Women and Children, Says Study
States that don't prioritize reproductive rights, don't prioritize healthcare for women and children in general
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Sen. Bernie Sanders Sanders Introduces Bill Aimed at Ending 'Tragic' Youth Unemployment Crisis
"The alternative is to allow the status quo to continue—to ignore the needs of these young people and others like them."
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"Trump wants to scare people into letting him ignore the law and endanger wildlife and people." Trump Bulldozes Environmental Laws to Pave Way for 'Xenophobic' Border Wall
"Trump's wall is a divisive symbol of fear and hatred, and it does real harm to the landscape and communities."
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Former sheriff Joe Arpaio "America's Toughest Sheriff" Violated Court Order to Stop Racially Profiling Latinos
"Joe Arpaio learned his lesson the hard way—no one, not even America's so-called toughest sheriff, is above the law."
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has ordered his department to scrub its mission statement of any mention of "democracy" and "justice." Tillerson's State Department Drops Stated Mission to Promote Democracy
"It's a worldview similar to that of Putin."
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"Donald Trump's norm breaking is trickling down and shaping the opinions of rank-and-file Republicans" Poll: 'Scary' Number of Republicans Support Court-Ordered Press Censorship
45 percent of Republicans favor giving courts the power to shutter "biased" media outlets—a number commentators argued should be "scary for anyone concerned about the future of American democracy."
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Fracking site in California Green Groups Celebrate as Court Orders EPA to Reinstate Obama-Era Methane Rule
"Donald Trump and Scott Pruitt's attempt to delay the implementation of these crucial protections had no basis in law."
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Critics: Trump's Crafting of Son's Response to Russia Meeting Is 'Obstruction of Justice'
"If this story is true he should have the dignity to resign."
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Bernie Sanders takes on Big Pharma greed with a new rule aimed at preventing price gouging. Sanders Takes on Pharma Greed With Rule to End 'Price Gouging'
"Sanofi and the rest of the pharmaceutical industry cannot be allowed to make huge profits on the backs of working class Americans."
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Monday, July 31, 2017
Monday marks Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, which shows how many days into 2017 a black woman needs to work to make as much as a white man did in 2016, assuming they both started Jan. 1, 2016 (Photo: WOCinTech Chat/flickr/cc) This Is How Bad the Wage Gap Is for Black Women
Monday marks Black Women's Equal Pay Day, showing that a black woman would need to work for 19 months to make what her white male counterpart makes in 12
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Reproductive Rights Advocates Condemn Dems' Support of Anti-Choice Candidates
"It's short-sighted and dangerous to pave the path to victory in 2018 at the expense of women."
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos are among the Cabinet members who attend weekly Bible studies. Team Trump's Bible Study: Weekly Worship Meeting at the White House
While Christian groups protest Trump's policies, cabinet meets with pastor to study scripture
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Anthony Scaramucci attends the daily White House press briefing in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House July 21, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) That's It for 'The Mooch'? Trump Boots Scaramucci From Post
Just 10 days after announcing that Anthony Scaramucci would serve as the new White House communications director, President Donald Trump has decided to dismiss him from the position, the New York Times first reported Monday.
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The Koch brothers are backing the GOP effort to cut taxes on the rich. In 'Latest Attempt to Distort Democracy,' Koch Brothers Bolster GOP Tax Cut Efforts
"The Trump administration's collaboration with the Koch brothers to cut corporate taxes is the pure distillation of the corrupt cronyism that candidate Trump promised to eliminate."
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National Nurses United worked with the Sanders Institute on Friday to deliver a paper on single-payer healthcare to every member of Congress. Trump Threatens Coverage of Millions as Sanders Confronts Congress With Facts on Single Payer
The president will decide this week whether he'll continue payments that control healthcare costs for Americans
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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt meeting with coal miners in Pennsylvania Climate Science Out, Coal In: EPA Exhibit Will Reflect Trump's Agenda
EPA staff members tipped off Trump officials that some of the exhibit's content conflicts with the administration's anti-environment policies
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Critics worry the United States under Donald Trump is moving more aggresively to war. Warnings of 'Nuclear Nightmare' as Trump Escalates Tensions With World Powers
"We need to step up sustained diplomacy. Firing off a bunch of missiles does nothing to address the crisis. We need negotiation, not posturing."
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Former ethics chief Walter Schaub says President Donald Trump appears to be profiting from the presidency. Former Ethics Chief Calls Trump White House a Kleptocratic 'Embarrassment'
"We're running around the world trying to promote anti-corruption measures and we don't even have our own house in order."
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Sunday, July 30, 2017
The Sinclair Broadcasting cut a biased deal with Jared Kushner and the Trump campaign. Now the Trump FCC is paying back the favor. 'Classic Propaganda': Sinclair Broadcasting Pushes Aside Fox News to Become 'Trump TV'
“It’s unheard of to have one company pushing one specific agenda reaching so many people and doing it in a way designed to evade local input”
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Healthcare is a Human Right Sanders: 'We’re Figuring Out How We Can Mount a National Campaign' for Single Payer
I'm 'absolutely' introducing single-payer healthcare bill
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Friday, July 28, 2017
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus boards a waiting Marine One presidential helicopter while U.S. President Donald Trump departs the White House May 17, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) West Wing Chaos: Priebus Quits, General Kelly Takes Over as Chief of Staff
"Reince Priebus was the shortest-serving White House chief of staff in American history, edging out Ken Duberstein."
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House Progressives Call on Members of Congress to Sign Single-Payer Pledge
Reps. John Conyers and Ro Khanna held a press conference introducing the pledge Friday
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LA public bus It's Electric: LA First Major US City to Pledge Full Bus Fleet Conversion
As Trump administration rolls back environmental regulations, Los Angeles sets example for transitioning public transportation
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State AGs Urge Congress to Protect Transgender Service Members from Trump Ban
Letter from 19 attorneys general call the military's transgender policy "a closed issue"
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'Revolting': Trump Openly Calls for Police Brutality in Long Island Speech
"America is once again a nation of laws, says Trump, who just told cops to beat the shit out of people they arrest."
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Donald Trump Failing to Deliver "Great" Healthcare, Trump Now Just Wants System to "Implode"
President tweets ominous message encouraging everyone to "Watch!" what he does next
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Tensions Rise as Russia Retaliates Against New Sanctions Bill
Kremlin opted not to wait for Trump's approval of bill before announcing expulsion of U.S. Embassy staff
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For Defeat of Trumpcare, Thank Disability Rights Activists, Not John McCain
"Folks praising Murkowski, Collins, and McCain: I think you misspelled Hirono, ADAPT, and every activist resisting the Republican agenda."
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Following Death of Trumpcare, 'Now It's Time for Medicare for All'
"We've got a long way to go. And our goal must be to join the rest of the industrialized world and guarantee healthcare to every man, woman, and child in this country."
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