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Bill Moyers | All of Donald Trump's Lies 
Bill Moyers. (photo: PBS)
Bill Moyers, Moyers & Company
Moyers writes: "This weekend, The New York Times performed a noble public service by publishing nearly every lie Donald Trump has told since taking the oath of office (just four months and a few days ago, but it seems like an eternity, no?). The op-ed chart of tiny but readable font fills the entire page, until at one point, in the mind's eye, they appear to morph into termites burrowing deep into the foundation of democracy, leaving sawdust in their wake."
Three Chicago Cops Indicted for Cover-Up of Laquan McDonald Shooting
Megan Crepeau, Dan Hinkel, Jason Meisner and Jeremy Gorner, The Chicago Tribune
Excerpt: "Detective David March and patrol Officers Thomas Gaffney and Joseph Walsh, who was Van Dyke's partner on the night of the shooting, were each charged with conspiracy, official misconduct and obstruction of justice, according to a 12-page indictment."
If Republicans Lose the Healthcare Fight, It's the Beginning of the End
Corey Robin, Guardian UK
Robin writes: "For my part, I'll be happy if the Republicans simply lose the vote. Not only will that loss protect healthcare for millions of people; it'll also be a major demoralizing blow to the conservative movement."
Republicans Are Using Fake Voter Fraud to Crush Voting Rights
Carter Sherman, Vice News
Sherman writes: "President Donald Trump may have claimed that he 'won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally,' but there's no evidence of illegal voting last November - in fact, multiple investigations have found that kind of election fraud in the U.S. to be virtually nonexistent. Nevertheless, state lawmakers across the country are proposing legislation they say is meant to combat it."
Can Democratic Pediatrician Mai-Khanh Tran Unseat One of the Most Powerful House Republicans in 2018?
Andrew Romano, Yahoo News
Romano writes: "While defeating Royce may seem like a tall order for a political novice, Tran, 51, has already spent her entire life overcoming impossible odds."
Venezuela: Police Helicopter Attacks Top Court With Grenades
Lucas Koerner, Venezuela Analysis
Koerner writes: "The assailants reportedly circled the Supreme Court, opening fire and dropping at least four hand grenades, one of which did not explode. The president indicated that the attack coincided with a 'social function' in the Supreme Court, which he said could have resulted in 'dozens of dead or injured.'"
EPA Chief Met With Dow Chemical CEO Before Deciding Not to Ban Toxic Pesticide
Lorraine Chow, EcoWatch
Chow writes: "U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Scott Pruitt met with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris before deciding to reverse an earlier EPA decision to ban the company's toxic and widely used pesticide, chlorpyrifos."

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