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Laurence H. Tribe | Trump Must Be Impeached. Here's Why. 
President Trump in the East Room of the White House on Friday. (photo: Jabin Botsford/WP) 
Laurence H. Tribe, The Washington Post 
Tribe writes: "To wait for the results of the multiple investigations underway is to risk tying our nation's fate to the whims of an authoritarian leader." 
When Will the GOP Finally Wake Up to President Trump? 
Toure, The Daily Beast 
Toure writes: "I struggle to think of anything that's going right in this White House. So how is it more than a third of the country is very happy?" 
Republicans and Democrats Agree: If Trump Has Tapes, He'll Need to Turn Them Over to Congress 
Ed O'Keefe and Jenna Johnson, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "Lawmakers in both parties said Sunday that President Trump will need to hand over any recordings of conversations in the White House if such a taping system does exist." 
North Carolina Senate GOP Targets Children Who Live in Democratic Districts 
Lindsay Gibbs, ThinkProgress 
Gibbs writes: "'I don't know what motivated the amendment, but it will have a devastating effect on an area that is already suffering,' Smith-Ingram told the News & Record. 'The future of children should not be caught up in a political disagreement between members.'" 
Richard Spencer, Confederate Apologists, March in Charlottesville, Va., With Torches Reminiscent of KKK 
Angela Helm, The Root 
Helm writes: "Annoyingly, there's more from whites up in arms that the many monuments to slavery defenders are being removed from all parts of the country in a small but significant attempt at atonement for the millions of African Americans who were enslaved here." 
Yemen: Cholera Kills More Than 100 People in 16 Days
Al Jazeera 
Excerpt: "A cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen has killed at least 115 people and left 8,500 ill as hospitals struggle to cope with an influx of patients, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said, citing figures compiled by the Yemeni health ministry." 
The Scariest Legislation You've Never Heard Of 
Jack Pratt, The Environmental Defense Fund 
Pratt writes: "Congress is moving forward with sweeping legislation that could undercut major laws that keep our food, water, workers and children's products safe." 

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