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Thursday, February 9, 2017

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Matt Taibbi | The End of Facts in the Trump Era 
Kellyanne Conway. (photo: Kevin Hagen/Getty Images) 
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone 
Taibbi writes: "If you connect with America's anger and paranoia, you can steamroll our most sacred institutions without ever having to tell the truth." 
EarthJustice | The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's Litigation on the Dakota Access Pipeline 
Excerpt: "'The drinking water of millions of Americans is now at risk. We are a sovereign nation and we will fight to protect our water and sacred places from the brazen private interests trying to push this pipeline through to benefit a few wealthy Americans with financial ties to the Trump administration,' said Dave Archambault II, chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe." 
Inside the ACLU's Fight Against Trump's Muslim Ban, With the Attorney Whose Lawsuit First Halted It 
Amy Goodman, Democracy Now! 
Excerpt: "I think we're in one of those real civil rights moments where it's not just the lawyers presenting arguments in court, but it's the community and everyone rallying together. And I think that's what it's going to take." 
The Number of Hungry and Homeless Students Rises Along With College Costs 
Kirk Carapezza, NPR 
Carapezza writes: "There's no way to avoid it. As the cost of college grows, research shows that so does the number of hungry and homeless students at colleges and universities across the country. Still, many say the problem is invisible to the public." 
19,444 Gallons of Water in the Desert: How Volunteers Save Lives at the US Border 
Carrot Quinn, Guardian UK 
Quinn writes: "I'm in the desert with No More Deaths, a humanitarian aid organization that, each year, enlists hundreds of volunteers to hike deep into the wilderness with thousands of gallons of water in an attempt to prevent death and suffering along the US-Mexico border." 
Eight Countries Sign Up to Counter Trump's Global Anti-Abortion Move 
Alistair Scrutton, Reuters 
Scrutton writes: "Eight countries have joined an initiative to raise millions of dollars to replace shortfalls caused by President Donald Trump's ban on U.S.-funded groups around the world providing information on abortion." 
Seattle Becomes First City to Cut Ties With Wells Fargo Over DAPL, Just Hours After Army Corps Grants Final Permit 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Seattle City Council has voted to divest from Wells Fargo over the bank's role as a lender to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and other business practices, including its financing of private prison companies, and a customer fraud case where employees opened as many as two million fake accounts." 

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