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2020 Nov 22 - 5:18am
Julia Conley, staff writer"We all should be paying more attention to the killing spree that the Justice Department is currently engaging in."
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2020 Nov 22 - 3:34am
Julia Conley, staff writer"The president is not only missing from his post, but he's encouraging a mutiny."
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2020 Nov 22 - 2:09am
Juan ColeAlthough most of India's electricity and heating now comes from carbon-intensive coal, the country has big plans to transition to renewables.
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2020 Nov 22 - 12:37am
Ted Snider"As the solution to every foreign election that didn't turn out the way the American government wanted it to was a coup, so when the American election didn't turn out the way the American government wanted it to, the solution was an attempted coup."
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2020 Nov 22 - 12:13am
Riva EnteenThe same “injustice” system that unlawfully locked up the Central Park Five will continue unabated with Biden and his “top cop” sidekick.
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2020 Nov 21 - 11:23pm
Julia Conley, staff writer"Michael Pack has repeatedly and intentionally violated the First Amendment rights of VOA journalists."
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2020 Nov 21 - 9:01pm
Ralph Nader"It is difficult to overestimate the continuing harm to our beleaguered democracy and its people, should Trump and his cohorts not be brought to justice."
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2020 Nov 21 - 8:51pm
Christopher Brauchli"Just 10 days after the trump learned that his lease on the White House would not be extended beyond January 20, 2021, a federal court ruled that the trump efforts to reduce the number of DACA recipients in the country was invalid."
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2020 Nov 21 - 7:18am
Brett Wilkins, staff writer"Contrary to the claims of oil-backed politicians, banks don't want to finance more drilling in the Arctic not because of some vast liberal conspiracy, but because it's bad business," said a Sierra Club leader. 
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2020 Nov 21 - 5:56am
Jessica Corbett, staff writerThe incoming congresswoman attacked Omar for sparring with GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who faces a runoff election in Georgia this January.
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2020 Nov 21 - 5:31am
Brett Wilkins, staff writerOne observer stressed that the Justice Department must "keep its options open, and not prematurely foreclose on the possibility of criminal investigations."
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2020 Nov 21 - 4:36am
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