Author: P30 News

Slamming the Trump administration’s attempt to deter asylum seekers by separating immigrant children from their parents as “brutal,” a federal judge declared Wednesday that the ACLU’s lawsuit challenging the policy would be allowed to proceed. “We are enormously pleased with the ruling about an issue that has galvanized so many and outraged the country,” Lee […]

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Once his eyes were opened and he later became committed as a “revolutionary socialist,” it wasn’t easy for Spenser Rapone—a West Point graduate—to maintain conformity with the ideological strictures most valued by the U.S. Army, among the numerous military branches tasked with acting as the muscle of U.S. imperalism and projecting strength on behalf of […]

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A hearing regarding text messages sent by FBI agent Peter Strzok during the 2016 presidential campaign devolved into a chaotic shouting match between Republican and Democratic members of the House after the very first question when Strzok informed Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) that the FBI had told him there were specific questions about ongoing investigations […]

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Speculation over the possibility that President Donald Trump’s former attorney could cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the president intensified on Monday, as details of ABC‘s in-depth interview with Michael Cohen came to light. Cohen, who is under federal investigation for potential campaign finance violations and bank fraud regarding the payment he has […]

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With 96 percent of votes counted following Tuesday’s primary election in Michigan, Rashida Tlaib—who has been described as “a dynamic, minority, young progressive” and part of “the new breed of politician grabbing attention in the Democratic Party”—is slated to become the first Muslim and Palestinian-American Congresswoman. Tlaib—who has been endorsed by several progressive groups, including […]

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President TrumpDonald John TrumpSenate advances public lands bill in late-night vote Warren, Democrats urge Trump to back down from veto threat over changing Confederate-named bases Esper orders ‘After Action Review’ of National Guard’s role in protests MORE is downplaying the potential for his campaign appearances to ramp up Democratic turnout in this year’s midterms, saying the rallies have a […]

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A group called Grannies Respond, or Abuelas Responden, kicked off a 2,000-mile journey from New York City to McAllen, Texas on Tuesday to protest President Donald Trump’s policy under which immigration officials separated thousands of migrant children from their parents in a cruel effort to deter asylum-seekers. “The cruel and inhumane way that immigrant children […]

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For the second time this year, Facebook has suspended teleSUR English’s page, claiming the left-leaning Latin American news network violated the social media platform’s terms of service without any further explanation—a move that provoked outrage and concern among journalists, free speech advocates, and Big Tech critics. In a short article posted on teleSUR’s website on […]

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With protesters rallying outside the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) annual meeting in Chicago this week, carrying signs demanding that the Democratic Party “live up to its name,” progressive groups in favor of limiting the outsized power of superdelegates urged the committee to embrace a plan aimed at honoring the will of voters. Opponents of the […]

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