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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Marc Ash | Mueller Alone Cannot Save the Country

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Marc Ash | Mueller Alone Cannot Save the Country 
U.S. Capitol, June 21, 2017: Special Counsel Robert Mueller leaves after a meeting with members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. (photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
Marc Ash, Reader Supported News
"The Trump-Russia conspiracy allegations are more serious, by orders of magnitude. Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation asks, did presidential candidate Donald Trump and his inner circle conspire with an adversarial foreign power to interfere with a presidential election and influence the outcome in Trump's favor? There is no parallel or rival in American history."
Sessions Considering Second Special Counsel to Investigate Republican Concerns, Letter Shows
Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post
Zapotosky writes: "Attorney General Jeff Sessions is entertaining the idea of appointing a second special counsel to investigate a host of Republican concerns - including alleged wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation and the controversial sale of a uranium company to Russia."
'They Want to Know if Trump's Crazy': Inside the Secret Back-Channel North Korea Talks
Susan B. Glasser, Politico
Glasser writes: "For years, DiMaggio and Joel Wit, a longtime U.S. diplomat turned scholar at Johns Hopkins University who founded the influential North Korea-watching website 38North, have been quietly meeting with North Koreans to talk about the country's nuclear program."
Hate Crimes Rose for Second Straight Year in US: FBI
Creede Newton, Al Jazeera
Newton writes: "The crimes committed, particularly against African-Americans, Jews and Muslims, rose for the second consecutive year, with a spike of 10 percent from 2014 to 2015."
Governor Jerry Brown Tells Indigenous Activists Protesting Fracking He'll Put Them "in the Ground"
Democracy Now!
Excerpt: "On Saturday, a group of protesters, many of whom were Native American, disrupted California Governor Jerry Brown's speech here in Bonn, calling on California to ban fracking. The protesters yelled 'Keep it in the ground!'"
Why We Keep Talking About Racism
Zenobia Jeffries, YES! Magazine
Jeffries writes: "When the media publish articles that explicitly talk about race and racism - calling out or calling in White people - sometimes people get upset. 'They're divisive,' some have said. 'YES! used to be positive,' others have said. Why do we do it? Because race matters."
Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Are on the Rise as the Trump Administration Pushes Fossil Fuels
Natasha Geiling, ThinkProgress
Geiling writes: "For the first time in three years, global carbon dioxide emissions are back on the rise, illustrating that while the world has taken some crucial steps to curb greenhouse gas emissions, the work is far from over."
Here's How to Support Puerto Rico as It Recovers From Devastating Hurricane Maria
Excerpt: "With the island expected to go without power for months, Puerto Rico now needs our help. The US territory is in the midst of a financial crisis and already struggling in many ways."

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