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Sunday, May 7, 2017

RSN: Trump Transition Raised Flags About Flynn Russia Contacts

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Trump Transition Raised Flags About Flynn Russia Contacts 
Donald Trump in August 2016 with retired generals Michael T. Flynn and Keith Kellogg. (photo: Damon Winter/NYT) 
Julie Pace, Associated Press 
Pace writes: "In late November, a member of Donald Trump's transition team approached national security officials in the Obama White House with a curious request: Could the incoming team get a copy of the classified CIA profile on Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the United States?" 
US Far-Right Activists Promote Hacking Attack Against Macron 
Mark Scott, The New York Times 
Scott writes: "After months of trying to move the political needle in favor of Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election, American far-right activists on Saturday threw their weight behind a hacking attack against her rival, Emmanuel Macron, hoping to cast doubt on an election that is pivotal to France and the wider world." 
Activists in Ferguson Are Dying and It's Time to Ask Questions 
Jason Johnson, The Root 
Johnson writes: "The most iconic photo of the Ferguson, Mo., protests, if not the entire Black Lives Matter movement, is of Edward Crawford defiantly throwing a tear gas canister back at riot police. And now he's dead." 
Texas Town Greets Murder Charge Over Teen Shot by Police in Moving Car 
Tom Dart, Guardian UK 
Dart writes: "A community that was barely keeping its anger in check got the first step it demanded on Friday when the Dallas-area police officer who shot dead a 15-year-old boy was charged with murder." 
Trump Campaigned on Ending the Opioid Epidemic. So Why Is He Planning to Cut the Anti-Drug Office by 95%? 
Deirdre Shesgreen, USA TODAY 
Shesgreen writes: "In the midst of an opioid addiction epidemic, the Trump administration is considering a plan that would gut the Office of National Drug Control Policy, a White House office that directs the country's drug prevention efforts." 
US Senate Bill Allots $20 Million Toward Regime Change in Venezuela 
Excerpt: "This week's bipartisan Venezuela Humanitarian Assistance and Defense of Democratic Governance Act not only seeks to pump US$10 million to Venezuela as part of a 'humanitarian assistance' package but also looks to provide millions to efforts to undermine the government of President Nicolas Maduro." 
After DAPL, Pipeline Fight Moves to Louisiana 
Matt Smith, Sierra Club 
Smith writes: "The standoff at the Standing Rock Sioux reservation against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has energized activists in Louisiana, who are trying to keep another crude conduit out of wetlands that Louisianans have fought to restore for decades." 

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