Election 2016

Common Dreams staff
Former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is seen during is testimony before Congress on July 24, 2019, in Washington, DC. - Three months after releasing the final report on his probe into the 2016 election, much of the American public remains unclear about the former special counsel's findings on whether Trump criminally obstructed justice and whether his campaign colluded with Russians. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP)
"Any reasonable person could conclude that the crime of obstruction of justice has been met."
Jon Queally, staff writer
Former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller is sworn in for his testimony before Congress on July 24, 2019, in Washington, DC. - Mueller is expected to testify about his two-year report on his investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 elections. (Photo: Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
"The #MuellerTestimony matters less than what is done after Mueller testifies...
Jenna McGuire, newsroom staff
"Seeing this country become a better place been really his passion for a long time not a new front for a campaign." (Photo: Leon Bennett/WireImage)
"This man been fighting for equal rights, HUMAN rights for such a long time."

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Your daily sliver of good news: Despite the Pumpkinführer's vow to deport millions of undocumented people, many of them, with the support of cities, campuses and even police, insist they're #HereToStay. Joining some of the country's largest cities that pledge to continue offering sanctuary, thousands of students at over 80 colleges will walk out Wednesday in the name of a growing Campus Sanctuary movement urging "education not deportation."