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Thursday, February 16, 2017

RSN: Watergate: The Biggest Political Scandal of My Lifetime, Until Maybe Now




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Dan Rather | Watergate: The Biggest Political Scandal of My Lifetime, Until Maybe Now 
Dan Rather. (photo: WNYC) 
Dan Rather, Reader Supported News 
Rather writes: "On a 10 scale of armageddon for our form of government, I would put Watergate at a 9. This Russia scandal is currently somewhere around a 5 or 6, in my opinion, but it is cascading in intensity seemingly by the hour." 
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Damning Reports Emerge of Trump Campaign's Frequent Talks With Russian Intelligence 
Julian Borger, Guardian UK 
Borger writes: "Campaign aides are said to have been in regular contact, despite repeated insistence there had been no pre-election talks between Trump team and Russia." 
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Trevor Noah Reveling in Michael Flynn's Resignation Is All of Us 
David Canfield, Slate 
Canfield writes: "Tuesday night's Daily Show thus provides an illuminating reminder that as these revelations continue to pile up, it's getting harder and harder - or perhaps a little easier - to make sense of it all." 
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Pence Publicly Insisted the Trump Campaign Wasn't in Contact With Russia. That's Now a Big Problem. 
Aaron Rupar, ThinkProgress 
Rupar writes: "Two new reports indicate Pence was wrong." 
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Arrest of 'Dreamer' Immigrant Could Be First Under Trump to Defy DACA 
teleSUR 
Excerpt: "A 23-year-old Mexican immigrant was arrested on Friday despite his legal status under the deferred action for childhood arrivals program." 
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Trump to Greet Netanyahu by Abandoning 'Two-State' Doctrine 
Michael Crowley, Politico 
Crowley writes: "Benjamin Netanyahu has never had it so good in Washington." 
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Idaho Drops Climate Change Language From K-12 Science Curriculum 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Lawmakers in Idaho have approved new K-12 science standards that do not reference the established science of climate change and the impact of human activity on the environment." 
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