• Rally the Lasses

    Irish citizens living all over the world are traveling back to their home country to challenge one of the strictest abortion bans in the world.

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  • Compulsory Patriotism

    The National Football League (NFL) has issued a new regulation that will fine teams if their players don’t stand for the national anthem.

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  • Deadly Heat Wave Hits Pakistan

    A deadly heat wave in Pakistan has killed upwards of 65 people.

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  • Not So Fast

    The U.S. president has cancelled talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that had been planned to take place in Singapore June 12.

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  • Defender of the Opiate Manufacturers

    The Guardian is reporting that the president’s newest lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, helped Purdue Pharma executives, which produces Oxycontin, to avoid jail-time in the mid-to-early 2000s.

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  • Say Goodbye to Dodd-Frank

    Congress made the bipartisan decision Tuesday to exempt all but 10 U.S. banks from key regulations in the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.

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  • Women Keep Winning

    Women won big again in Tuesday’s primary elections in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, and Texas with Georgia candidate Stacey Abrams becoming the first black woman to receive the nomination for governorship from a major party in U.S. history.

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  • Journalists Barred from EPA Summit on Water Contamination

    The Environmental Protection Agency refused entry to multiple journalists Tuesday who were attempting to cover a summit on nationwide water contamination caused by the chemicals PFOA and PFOS, used in Teflon and fire-retardant foam.

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  • The Drums of War

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took the opportunity of his first major policy address to further inflame relations with Iran, threatening them with “the strongest sanctions in history.”

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  • Here We Go Again

    An active shooting incident is unfolding in Panama City, Florida only four days after the nation’s last mass-shooting.

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The Drums of War

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo took the opportunity of his first major policy address to further inflame relations with Iran, threatening them with “the strongest sanctions in history.”

The Gorsuch Effect

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch tipped the scales against U.S. laborers in a decision that will make it infinitely harder for private sector employees to sue their employers.

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Climate News

Our President’s War On Science

As the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii announced its findings that atmospheric CO2 levels averaged at or above 410 parts per million throughout the month in April for the first time in human history, the White House has announced that it is ending NASA’s carbon and methane monitoring program.

Womyn & Immigrants

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Legal Cinema

RGB, a documentary about the life and accomplishments of renowned U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, premiered in the U.S. on Friday, May 4.