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Militia patrolling U.S. border was allegedly training to kill Hillary Clinton, George Soros

Militia patrolling U.S. border was allegedly training to kill Hillary Clinton, George Soros

The leader of the United Constitutional Patriots (UCP), a militia group that filmed itself detaining asylum seekers near the U.S.-Mexico border last week, embraced the same rhetoric used by other
Top House Democrat subpoenas former White House counsel, escalating legal fight over Mueller report

Top House Democrat subpoenas former White House counsel, escalating legal fight over Mueller report

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), chair of the powerful House Judiciary Committee, issued a subpoena Monday for documents and testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn. The subpoena is likely
Pruitt, Zinke move through revolving door from government to industry

Pruitt, Zinke move through revolving door from government to industry

The revolving door between the Trump administration and the industries it is meant to regulate is whirring on, with the former heads of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Interior
Climate change is already exacerbating global economic inequality

Climate change is already exacerbating global economic inequality

Global economic inequality has been “exacerbated” by climate change since the 1960s, according to a new study published Monday. Cooler countries have experienced stronger economic growth as
Earth Day founder thinks we’re close to political breakthrough on climate

Earth Day founder thinks we’re close to political breakthrough on climate

Denis Hayes, the principal national organizer of the first Earth Day, in April 1970, said on Monday that the upcoming 50th anniversary next year will be “the largest, most diverse action in human
Oppressed Christian minorities also suffer under Trump

Oppressed Christian minorities also suffer under Trump

While much of the world already had begun their Easter festivities, 290 people were killed after multiple churches and hotels were struck by targeted bombings across Sri Lanka Sunday. Sri Lankan
Trump’s lawsuit to block congressional oversight subpoenas reads a lot like his tweets

Trump’s lawsuit to block congressional oversight subpoenas reads a lot like his tweets

Donald Trump and his companies filed a federal lawsuit on Monday seeking to block a congressional subpoena for some of the president’s financial records, maintaining that House Democrats instead
The absolute worst case scenario in the Supreme Court’s new anti-LGBTQ cases

The absolute worst case scenario in the Supreme Court’s new anti-LGBTQ cases

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it would hear three cases questioning whether federal civil rights laws permit employers to fire workers because of their sexual orientation or gender
In a game of yo-yo policies, U.S. tightens Iran oil sanctions while granting exceptions on others

In a game of yo-yo policies, U.S. tightens Iran oil sanctions while granting exceptions on others

The Trump administration’s Iran policy is getting more complicated by the day. Nearly one year after the Trump administration decided to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal, the Trump
Stop & Shop workers win pay, benefits concessions after 11-day strike

Stop & Shop workers win pay, benefits concessions after 11-day strike

New England grocery store workers have won significant concessions from the Dutch firm that rules their day-to-day lives after an 11-day strike, the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) announced
Warren’s student loan debt cancellation plan aims to help the most vulnerable

Warren’s student loan debt cancellation plan aims to help the most vulnerable

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced on Monday a new plan to provide complete student loan debt relief to some 42 million Americans. Her proposal is also specifically geared toward supporting the
Sean Hannity melts down over report that Russian state-run media uses his segments

Sean Hannity melts down over report that Russian state-run media uses his segments

It’s been a rough week for Fox News’ Sean Hannity. First, special counsel Robert Mueller’s report showed the lengths to which President Donald Trump went to try to obstruct investigations into his
Supreme Court will decide if it is legal to fire someone for being LGBTQ

Supreme Court will decide if it is legal to fire someone for being LGBTQ

When Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he would leave the Supreme Court last June, he gave a giant middle finger to millions of gay, lesbian, and bisexual Americans who saw the Court slowly begin to
NFL is working the refs to keep ex-players from claiming share of concussion settlement

NFL is working the refs to keep ex-players from claiming share of concussion settlement

This week, hundreds of men will see their childhood dream become reality at the 2019 NFL Draft. But, beneath all the tears and cheers, the pomp and circumstance, the National Football League and its
Presidential candidates offer condolences following deadly Sri Lanka attacks

Presidential candidates offer condolences following deadly Sri Lanka attacks

Several 2020 presidential candidates expressed condolences Sunday following a series of horrific attacks on churches, hotels, and other tourist sites in Sri Lanka. “The Apostle Paul wrote, ‘Rejoice
Giuliani defends Trump campaign’s use of stolen Russian information

Giuliani defends Trump campaign’s use of stolen Russian information

Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani defended Russian interference efforts in the 2016 election on Sunday, claiming that “people had a right to know” what was in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s
FBI arrests leader of militia group that detained hundreds of migrants at gunpoint

FBI arrests leader of militia group that detained hundreds of migrants at gunpoint

The FBI on Saturday arrested the leader of the heavily-armed vigilante group that had illegally detained over 300 migrants trying to cross the border from Mexico and into New Mexico. Larry Hopkins
Breanna Stewart’s injury adds another layer of urgency to WNBA collective bargaining negotiations

Breanna Stewart’s injury adds another layer of urgency to WNBA collective bargaining negotiations

The 23rd season of the WNBA tips off in a little over a month, and it looks to be a momentous one for the leagues’s athletes. On court, the 12 teams and 144 players will be looking to capitalize on
Washington state passes law extending statute of limitations for victims of sexual violence

Washington state passes law extending statute of limitations for victims of sexual violence

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D) signed into law on Friday an extension of the statute of limitations for some cases of sexual assault and removes the statute of limitation for serious sex crimes
Courts deal two major blows to Trump environmental agenda in one week

Courts deal two major blows to Trump environmental agenda in one week

President Donald Trump’s controversial onslaught of environmental rollbacks faced two major setbacks this week, as legal action continues to prove a winning strategy for opponents of the