Records Show Trump EPA Pick Led Anti-EPA Crusade For Industry Donors January 18, 2017
"He created a whole new unit specifically to fight the EPA, among other things."
Ohio Police Beat Homeless Veteran Into Coma, Leaving Him Permanently Disabled By AP
A complaint lodged against the sheriff's office alleges that officers stood in the way of a surveillance camera so that the beating wouldn't be captured on video.
UN: 10,000 Civilians Killed, 40,000 Wounded In Saudi War On Yemen By AP
This announcement marks the first time a U.N. official has confirmed such a high death toll in Yemen.
Nearly One Million To Diverge On D.C. For Trump Inauguration By AP
Officials estimate that 800,000 to 900,000 people will be present Friday for the inauguration.
Men In KKK Costumes Disrupt Sessions Confirmation Hearing By AP
Civil liberties advocates have expressed concerns about Sessions' voting record and his appearances before groups that espouse harsh views on Muslims and immigrants.
Mexico Wants To Renegotiate NAFTA ‘As Soon As Possible’ By AP
Mexico's new foreign relations secretary says there's "enormous uncertainty" following the U.S. election of Donald Trump as president.
Trump Has Yet To Disentangle Himself From His Private Empire By AP
A look at what's known about what Trump has and hasn't tried to resolve his business entanglement before his swearing-in.
Disturbing Video Confirms Myanmar’s Human Rights Abuses Against Rohingya By AP
The footage has made it more difficult for the government to say at least some abuses are not happening, and sown doubts into its dismissals of more grievous allegations such as rape, arson and murder.
Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ Becomes Best Seller In Germany By AP
The bulky two-volume edition, titled "Hitler, Mein Kampf: A Critical Edition," weighs in at 1,948 pages and costs a hefty 59 euros ($62). It was the first version to be published in Germany since the end of World War II.
Activists Gain Resolve From Civil Rights Vets Post-Election By AP
As Trump's election sets in, some dispirited black and Latino liberal activists are looking to — and finding inspiration from — the veterans of civil rights movements.