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Andy Borowitz | Nation Favors Travel Ban on Person Who Has Recently Visited Muslim Country 
Trump in Saudi Arabia. (photo: Getty Images) 
Andy Borowitz, The New Yorker 
Borowitz writes: "In a notable shift of public opinion, a substantial majority of Americans now favor a travel ban on a person who has recently visited a Muslim country, a new poll shows." 
Russia Meeting Revelation Could Trigger Obstruction Investigation 
Josh Meyer, Politico 
Meyer writes: "The new special counsel investigation into possible collusion between associates of President Donald Trump and Russia is just getting started - and it could take years to resolve." 
GOP Prepares to Make Case That Poor People Must Sacrifice so Rich Can Get Tax Cuts 
Ed Kilgore, New York Magazine 
Kilgore writes: "After a considerable period of time in which other aspects of the Republican agenda held center stage, we are beginning to see some renewed attention to lurid plans to hammer federal spending programs that disproportionately benefit the poor." 
Congressman Threatened With Lynching After Calling for Trump's Impeachment 
Nikita Vladimirov, The Hill 
Vladimirov writes: "Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) on Saturday said that he has been threatened with lynching following his call for President Trump's impeachment." 
'Trump Has Declared War': Journalists Denounce Any Attack on Press Freedom 
Joanna Walters, Guardian UK 
Walters writes: "President Donald Trump's apparent suggestion that the FBI should 'consider putting reporters in prison' has been decried as a dangerous new assault on press freedom and prompted a call to action by American journalists who have been jailed in the US for their work." 
Brazilian Bar Association Calls for President Temer's Impeachment After Damning Wiretap 
Excerpt: "Temer's attitude toward the incriminating details revealed by Joesley Batista was not only deplorable but also punishable by law." 
Will Extracting the World's Most Abundant Fossil Fuel Release the Methane Monster? 
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch 
Chow writes: "Commercial development of this frozen fossil fuel is considered by many countries as a key to energy security. However, releasing this massive methane monster is a potential environmental disaster." 

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