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Benjamin Wittes | The President vs. Federal Law Enforcement
Donald Trump. (photo: Al Drago/NYT)
Benjamin Wittes, Lawfare
Wittes writes: "President Trump yesterday issued a stunning vote of no-confidence in basically everyone currently in a leadership position in the Justice Department, the FBI, or the special counsel's office - in other words, not just some federal law enforcement, but all of it."
Federal Judge Allows Trump Commission's Nationwide Voter Data Request to Go Forward
Spencer S. Hsu, The Washington Post
Hsu writes: "A federal judge on Monday allowed President Trump's voting commission to go forward with seeking voter data from 50 states and the District, ruling that the White House advisory panel is exempt from federal privacy review requirements, whatever additional risk it might pose to Americans' information."
This Is Why Natalia Veselnitskaya Was in New York
Katie Zavadski and Nico Hines, The Daily Beast
Excerpt: "Both of her stops in Manhattan that day - in court and then in Trump Tower - were part of the same aggressive Kremlin campaign to try and overturn the Magnitsky Act, which infuriated President Vladimir Putin by imposing sanctions on 44 prominent Russians."
More Than 380,000 Georgia Voters Receive 'Purge Notice'
Regina Willis, Rewire
Willis writes: "After a voter has been moved to an inactive status, their registration will be canceled if they do not update their voter registration or vote in an election over the next four years."
'I Won't Stop': Jailed Activist Blasts US Crackdown on Anti-Trump Protesters
Sam Levin, Guardian UK
Levin writes: "The 47-year-old teacher was handcuffed, jailed, and later, to her shock, charged with assault, inciting a riot and participating in a riot over her involvement in an anti-fascist demonstration at the California capitol more than a year ago."
'A Forgotten Crisis': Yemen's Aid Workers Speak Out About the World's Worst Humanitarian Disaster
Democracy Now!
Excerpt: "'An absolute shame on humanity.' That's how the international aid organization CARE is describing the deepening humanitarian crisis in Yemen."
Despite Climate Change Setbacks, Al Gore 'Comes Down on the Side of Hope'
Steve Inskeep, NPR
Excerpt: "Former Vice President Al Gore is back with a sequel - called An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, due out next month - and it follows Gore as he continues the crusade he made famous with that first film."

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