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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

RSN: Joseph Stiglitz | Trump's Reneging on Paris Climate Deal Turns the US Into a Rogue State

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Joseph Stiglitz | Trump's Reneging on Paris Climate Deal Turns the US Into a Rogue State 
Protesters against the US government's decision to exit the Paris climate deal. (photo: Anthony Anex/EPA) 
Joseph Stiglitz, Guardian UK 
Stiglitz writes: "Action is needed to safeguard economic progress against a prejudiced White House that rejects science and enlightened values." 
Chelsea Manning: I Leaked Reports After Seeing How Americans Ignored Wars 
Amanda Holpuch, Guardian UK 
Holpuch writes: "Chelsea Manning provided WikiLeaks with the video Collateral Murder, which showed the US army killing a dozen unarmed civilians, including two Reuters employees. Manning was arrested shortly after the video's release and was not aware of the fallout from her decision until she transferred to the Marine base in Quantico, Virginia - four days after the Afghan war logs appeared in the Guardian." 
Attorney General Sessions' Testimony to Senate Panel Will Be Public 
Bill Chappell, NPR 
Chappell writes: "When Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday, it will be in a hearing that is open to the public." 
How Single-Payer Went From a Pipe Dream to Mainstream 
Reihan Salam, Slate 
Salam writes: "Why do I think single-payer health care will keep growing more popular? Part of it is the availability heuristic. The more familiar the idea of a single-payer health care system becomes, and the more mainstream Democratic politicians embrace it, the 'safer' it will be for people to support the idea." 
The Supreme Court Just Made Our Ugly, Messed Up Immigration Law Even Uglier 
Ian Millhiser, ThinkProgress 
Millhiser writes: "The practical consequence of Monday's decision in Morales-Santana is that fewer children of U.S. citizens will themselves gain citizenship, and that more people will be subject to deportation." 
Mexico: Rape and Murder of 11-Year-Old Girl Sparks New Protests Against Femicide 
Excerpt: "Mexican activists organized a new round of marches Sunday against gender violence and femicide after the rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl, while friends and neighbors joined the family for the victim's wake." 
New Threats to Public Lands Endanger America's Unique Wildlife Corridors 
Oliver Milman, Guardian UK 
Milman writes: "Mule deer, pronghorn and other animals rely on unbroken migration routes for food and survival, a necessity now in jeopardy as Trump pushes for development." 

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