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Thursday, May 11, 2017

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Matt Taibbi | Free Lunch for Everyone 
'Utopia for Realists' author Rutger Bregman argues that if you give people a basic income with no strings attached, they will make better decisions, work more, cost the state less in the areas of things like health care and incarceration, and be happier. (photo: Ulrich Baumgarten/Getty) 
Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone 
Taibbi writes: "What's so interesting about modern America is our hostility to the mere idea of trying to create an easier and happier life." 
Reports: AG Jeff Sessions Was Told to Find Reasons to Fire James Comey 
Jordan Fabian, The Hill 
Fabian writes: "President Trump's decision Tuesday to fire FBI Director James Comey has been in the works since at least last week, according to multiple media reports." 
Days Before He Was Fired, Comey Asked for Money for Russia Investigation 
Matthew Rosenberg and Matt Apuzzo, The Boston Globe 
Excerpt: "Days before he was fired, James B. Comey, the former FBI director, asked the Justice Department for a significant increase in resources for the bureau's investigation into Russia's interference in the presidential election, according to three congressional officials who were briefed on his request." 
Democrats Threaten to Bring Senate to a Crawl Over FBI Firing 
Jordain Carney, The Hill 
Carney writes: "Democrats are threatening to slow the Senate to a crawl in response to President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey." 
'Systematic' Neglect: Rights Groups Slam Deadly US Treatment of Migrant Detainees 
Excerpt: "Unauthorized immigrants are facing death and severe suffering in U.S. internment facilities thanks to severely negligent medical care, according to reports released by human rights groups Monday." 
Life in Slovakia's Roma Slums: Poverty and Segregation
Patrick Strickland, Al Jazeera 
Strickland writes: "Slipshod huts and sagging shacks line both sides of the quiet river that bisects the densely populated Roma slum in the centre of Jarovnice, an impoverished village in the Sabinov district of eastern Slovakia." 
Trump Order Could Open Up Area Larger Than Yellowstone to Drilling 
Greenpeace, EcoWatch 
Excerpt: "An investigation by Greenpeace, published Wednesday by Bloomberg, has revealed that more than 2.7 million acres of iconic U.S. land could be at risk from fossil fuel exploration following Donald Trump's decision to review the protection on dozens of national monuments." 

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