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Sunday, March 5, 2017

RSN: Michael Winship | If Sessions Had Nothing to Hide, Why Did He Try to Hide It?

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Michael Winship | If Sessions Had Nothing to Hide, Why Did He Try to Hide It? 
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) swears to tell the truth before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing to be the attorney general on Jan. 10, 2017. (photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Michael Winship, Moyers & Company
Winship writes: "There's something out there that has a lot of people scared, but no one's telling the full story. Yet."
Thousands of ICE Detainees Claim They Were Forced Into Labor, a Violation of Anti-Slavery Laws
Kristine Phillips, The Washington Post
Phillips writes: "Tens of thousands of undocumented immigrants detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement were forced to work for $1 day, or for nothing at all - a violation of federal anti-slavery laws - a lawsuit claims."
Federal Prosecutors Have Brought Charges in Cases Far Less Serious Than Sessions's
Philip Lacovara and Lawrence Robbins, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "As lawyers at the Justice Department and attorneys in private practice who have represented individuals accused in such cases, we can state with assurance: Federal prosecutors have brought charges in cases involving far more trivial misstatements and situations far less consequential than whether a nominee to be the nation's chief law enforcement officer misled fellow senators during his confirmation hearings."
I'm a Former Neo-Nazi. Don't Ignore the Threat of White Extremism.
Matteen Mokalla, Vox
Excerpt: "'We hear terms like 'liberal media,' when in fact what they are talking about is Jewish media,' Picciolini told me. 'We used to say that the Jews controlled the media. And now they've just massaged the phrase to call it 'liberal media.'"
Family of Migrant Killed by US Border Agents Wins Settlement
Excerpt: "The family of Anastasio Hernandez won a $1 million settlement, despite the fact that the 12 border agents who beat him to death were never charged."
Irish Authorities Say Remains of Children Found at Former Home for Unwed Mothers
Rebecca Hersher, NPR
Hersher writes: "Authorities in Ireland say they have excavated the human remains of an undisclosed number of young children from the site of a former home for unmarried mothers."
Uproar as Norway Paves Way for Widening Wolf Cull
Agence France-Presse
Excerpt: "Norway's government on Friday paved the way to widen the culling of wolves, a policy move that incensed green campaigners seeking to protect the endangered species."

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