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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

****RSN: Marc Ash | What's to Be Done About Trump?

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Marc Ash | What's to Be Done About Trump? 
Special Council and former FBI director Robert S. Mueller III. (photo: AP)
Marc Ash, Reader Supported News
Ash writes: "The core allegations against Donald Trump, many of his closest associates, and Russian intelligence actors are light years more serious than those at the heart of the 1972 break-in at DNC headquarters in the Watergate Office Building."
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise Shot in Alexandria, Virginia
Terence Cullen, New York Daily News
Cullen writes: "Steve Scalise, a high-ranking member of the House of Representatives, was shot at a baseball field in suburban Washington, D.C. when a gunman opened fire. Scalise, the House Majority Whip, was at the field in Alexandria, Va., with other GOP lawmakers practicing for the Congressional Baseball Game when fire broke out Wednesday morning."
White House Staff Prevented the Firing of Mueller
Glenn Thrush, Maggie Haberman and Julie Hirschfeld Davis, The New York Times
Excerpt: "People close to Mr. Trump say he is so volatile they cannot be sure that he will not change his mind about Mr. Mueller if he finds out anything to lead him to believe the investigation has been compromised."
Holocaust Survivors Battle Trump Immigration Policies
Allison Kaplan Sommer, Haaretz
Kaplan Sommer writes: "Jewish Americans are drawing on their own survival stories to denounce measures being enacted against refugees in 'sanctuary' cities."
US Criticized for Using Skin-Melting White Phosphorous
Excerpt: "The United States-led coalition in Iraq and Syria is facing heavy criticism for its use of white phosphorous, an incendiary chemical that ignites on contact with atmospheric oxygen, causing severe and mortal burns to those affected."
Colombia: FARC Hands Over Most of Its Weapons in Peace Deal
BBC News
Colombia, FARC, weapons, United Nations, Peace Deal, Reader Supported News, RSN, politics, alternative news, news, opinion, BBC News
A Climate Research Expedition Was Halted by ... Climate Change
Emma Foehringer Merchant, Grist
Foehringer Merchant writes: "On the first leg of a 133-day voyage through Hudson Bay, a team of Canadian scientists faced an obstacle: too much ice."

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