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Monday, June 19, 2017

RSN: Jia Tolentino | The Dispiriting but Unsurprising Failure to Convict Bill Cosby

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Jia Tolentino | The Dispiriting but Unsurprising Failure to Convict Bill Cosby 
Bill Cosby arrives Friday at the Montgomery County Courthouse during his sexual assault trial. (photo: Matt Slocum/AP)
Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker
Tolentino writes: "Rape has a foul way of defying adjudication: it is a crime that generally occurs without witnesses, and it traumatizes the victim in a way that can affect memory and lead to behavior that a jury might find questionable."
Trump Lawyer Jay Sekulow Contradicts President on Obstruction Investigation
Edward Helmore, Guardian UK
Helmore writes: "A member of Donald Trump's legal team has denied the president's own assertion that he is under investigation for obstruction of justice."
Edward Rhymes | Operation Condor: US, Latin American Slaughter, Torture Program
Edward Rhymes, teleSUR
Rhymes writes: "It is altogether fitting to begin any analysis of Operation Condor with its birthplace: Chile. Thousands of people were imprisoned and killed after Augusto Pinochet's 1973 military coup against democratically-elected socialist President Salvador Allende."
Help Wanted: Why Republicans Won't Work for the Trump Administration
Lisa Rein and Abby Phillip, The Washington Post
Excerpt: "The array of legal and political threats hanging over the Trump presidency has compounded the White House's struggles to fill out the top ranks of the government."
Six Resign From Presidential HIV/AIDS Council Because Trump 'Doesn't Care'
Jacqueline Thomsen, The Hill
Thomsen writes: "Six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS have angrily resigned, saying that President Trump doesn't care about HIV."
Saudi-Led Coalition Bombs Yemen Market, Killing 25
Al Jazeera
Excerpt: "At least 25 Yemeni civilians have been killed by Saudi-led coalition air strike on a market in the northern Saada province, according to a local health official."
How Climate Change Is Fueling an Increase in Mice and Ticks, and Fears of Lyme Disease
Melissa Banigan, The Washington Post
Banigan writes: "The recent appearance of vermin and pests in Wood's bedroom coincides with the warming temperatures related to climate change. The past three years have been the planet's hottest on record, and it is in this changing climate that many pests thrive, negatively affecting human health."

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