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May 04 2016
People urging more aggressive action on climate change often use children in their rhetoric: “we need to leave a better planet for our children,” “we owe it to the next generation to act,” etc. Earlier this year, two dozen children went so far as to sue the U.S. government for failing to act.Brookings Institution
Sep 09 2015
During the past four years 4 million Syrians have fled their country's civil war. The US has accepted just over 1,500 refugees so far ,allowing Europe to take the lead on the issue.Christian Science Monitor
Feb 09 2017
Perspectives BlogAt AllSides, we admittedly have a general bias in favor of free speech and civil discourse. So what should we think about Elizabeth Warren's words on the Senate floor and the action to silence her? Senate Rule 19 started 115 years ago in response to a fistfight in the Capitol. Rules in the Senate and in the House are designed to avoid personal attacks to establish a level of civility. However, John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Apr 13 2016
While Donald Trump turns his campaign attacks toward his own party -- alleging the nominating process is “rigged” -- he's missing critical deadlines and being outmaneuvered by the Ted Cruz campaign, as frustrated party leaders tell the front-runner: "Give us all a break."Fox News (Online News)
May 20 2019
More than a dozen states are moving to strengthen environmental protections to combat a range of issues from climate change to water pollution, opening a widening rift between stringent state policies and the Trump administration’s deregulatory agenda.
In recent months, Hawaii, New York and California have moved to ban a widely used agricultural pesticide linked to neurological problemsWashington Post
May 26 2015
We are at that stage in the political cycle when presidential candidates (and those of us who follow them) are obsessed with their ability to win over the “base” of their parties as they seek the nomination. Later, attentiWall Street Journal (News)
May 20 2019
Donald Trump has denied a New York Times report that Deutsche Bank employees flagged concerns over transactions involving legal entities controlled by the president and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner. He also said he does not receive money from Russia.
The Times reported on Sunday that anti-money-laundering specialists at Deutsche Bank recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multipleThe Guardian
Apr 09 2021
Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh,, has died at the age of 99. His life spanned nearly a century of European history, starting with his birth as a member of the Greek royal family and ending as Britain’s longest serving consort. A former naval officer and keen polo player, Philip enjoyed robust health well into old age but had several health issues in recentThe Guardian Reuters Fox News (Online News)
Oct 16 2023
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) is continuing his effort to become the next speaker of the House of Representatives, with a full vote in the House for speaker expected on Tuesday at 12 p.m. ET.
Key Details: Sources close to Jordan say they are 15 to 19 votes short of the needed 217 after reportedly picking up about 30 to 50 votes over the weekend. Others say the gapWall Street Journal (News) Newsmax (News) Associated Press
Apr 19 2019
The U.S. Attorney General decided that President Donald Trump did not obstruct a probe into whether his campaign colluded with Russia, but some legal experts said prosecutors laid out a wealth of evidence to the contrary and that they intended to leave that determination to Congress.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report revealed new details about Trump’s attempts to impede hisReuters