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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

TRUMP: RUSSIAN COVER UP! THEY'RE HIDING! RSN: Trump White House Scrambles to Check Scandal Over FBI Inquiry Into Russia Ties

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Marc Ash | Tom Perez: A Good Man in a Bad Situation 
Former Obama labor secretary and newly elected DNC chairman Tom Perez. (photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Marc Ash, Reader Supported News 
Ash writes: "Tom Perez has good progressive credentials. He's certainly not a bad guy to head the DNC. Perez isn't the problem - it's the people who engineered his rise to the chairmanship who are." 
Trump White House Scrambles to Check Scandal Over FBI Inquiry Into Russia Ties 
Tom McCarthy, Guardian UK 
McCarthy writes: "The White House made a messy attempt on Sunday to control public perceptions of a widening scandal over alleged contacts between aides to Donald Trump and Russian intelligence officials during the 2016 election, alleging that the FBI had dismissed reports of such links." 
Billionaire Investor Wilbur Ross Confirmed as Trump's Secretary of Commerce 
Ana Swanson, The Washington Post 
Swanson writes: "Wilbur L. Ross, Jr., a former banker and investor who earned billions during decades of buying and selling industries and who President Trump has touted to lead his trade negotiations, was confirmed as secretary of commerce by the Senate in a 72-to-27 vote on Monday night." 
Sick, Dying and Raped in America's Nursing Homes 
Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken, CNN 
Excerpt: "Some of the victims can't speak. They rely on walkers and wheelchairs to leave their beds. They have been robbed of their memories. They come to nursing homes to be cared for. Instead, they are sexually assaulted." 
Smartphones Have You Pegged, and for Better or Worse They'll Soon ID You 
Tim Johnson, McClatchy DC 
Johnson writes: "Your smartphone now gathers more information about you than you probably realize." 
Berta Caceres Court Papers Show Murder Suspects' Links to US-Trained Elite Troops
Nina Lakhani, Guardian UK 
Lakhani writes: "Leaked court documents raise concerns that the murder of the Honduran environmentalist Berta Caceres was an extrajudicial killing planned by military intelligence specialists linked to the country's US-trained special forces, a Guardian investigation can reveal." 
New EPA Head Takes Action - Delaying a Mining Clean-Up Rule 
Samantha Page, ThinkProgress 
Page writes: "In one of his first acts of business, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt directed his new staff to delay a initiative that would require mining companies to prove they can clean up after themselves." 

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