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RSN: Jane Mayer | In Trump's Withdrawal From the Paris Accord, the Koch Brothers' Campaign Becomes Overt

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Jane Mayer | In Trump's Withdrawal From the Paris Accord, the Koch Brothers' Campaign Becomes Overt 
The Koch Brothers used to fly far below the radar. Now their astounding influence-buying and efforts to keep the U.S. from embracing climate-change legislation have become more obvious. (photo: Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images)
Jane Mayer, The New Yorker
Mayer writes: "If there was any lingering doubt that a tiny clique of fossil-fuel barons has captured America's energy and environmental policies, it was dispelled last week, when the Trump Administration withdrew from the Paris climate accord."
Amid Growing Controversy, Sessions Abruptly Cancels Public Testimony
Judd Legum, ThinkProgress
Legum writes: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions was scheduled to testify publicly next Tuesday before the House and Senate appropriations committees. On Saturday, he abruptly canceled."
Senators Sound Calls to Release Comey 'Tapes' as Trump Attacks 'Cowardly' Leak
Jessica Glenza, Guardian UK
Glenza writes: "Days after James Comey's blockbuster testimony, both Republicans and Democrats on Sunday called for the White House to release any tapes that may exist of a private conversation between the former FBI director and the president."
Get Ready for a Supreme Court Decision on the Muslim Ban This Week
Ian Millhiser, ThinkProgress
Millhiser writes: "After months of drama, airport chaos, emergency court orders, shifting policies, and the confirmation of Donald Trump's choice to join the Supreme Court, the highest Court in the land will finally weigh in on Trump's Muslim ban."
Los Angeles Replaces Its Gay Pride Parade With 'Resist' March
Dan Whitcomb, Reuters
Whitcomb writes: "Members of the Los Angeles-area gay community were expected to walk en masse through the city on Sunday in a so-called Resist March against President Donald Trump, an event taking the place of the annual pride parade."
Plan to Relocate 1.6 Million Muscovites Turns Middle-Class Russians Into Protesters
David Filipov, The Washington Post
Filipov writes: "When he ran for president in 2012, Vladimir Putin wrote that Russia's 'middle class has to grow.' Kari Guggenberger is exactly the kind of person he had in mind. An IT manager, she fits Putin's definition, 'a skilled worker' whose income allows her 'a certain freedom' to choose 'how to spend' her money and 'where to work.'"
Pig-Related Infections Spread in Denmark, May Be in US Too
Maryn McKenna, FERN
McKenna writes: "A recent study from Denmark shows that a strain of drug-resistant staph carried by pigs is causing severe illnesses in people who have no contact with pigs or farms."

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