Jill Stein has new strategy for Pennsylvania recount

By -NO AUTHOR- (USATODAY) — A Green Party-backed campaign will take its fight for a statewide recount of Pennsylvania’s votes in the presidential election to the federal courts after it dropped a case in the state courts. “We are committed to this fight to protect the civil and voting rights of all Americans,” Jonathan Abady, […]

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Pelosi: ‘I don’t think people want a new direction’

By -NO AUTHOR- (GRABIEN NEWS) — House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that despite Democrats losing the House, Senate, and almost two-thirds of state houses, the American people don’t want a new direction. The California congressman appeared on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday and instead said the issue facing Democrats is simply a failure of […]

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Trump has huge goals for ‘first 100 days’

By Greg Corombos President-elect Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan (Photo: Twitter) Republicans in Congress are fired up by the chance to accomplish big things in the early days of the upcoming Trump administration and move away from the crisis budgeting that faces them once again in the lame-duck session. Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., […]

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American Airlines attendants: New uniforms make us sick

By -NO AUTHOR- (USATODAY) — American Airlines rolled out new uniforms to more than 70,000 of its frontline workers in September. The appearance of the uniforms was well-received, but now American’s flight attendants union is calling for a total recall after saying the outfits have sickened more than 1,000 workers. Complaints about itching, rashes, headaches […]

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Should California secede from U.S.?

By -NO AUTHOR- (LATIMES) — Not since 2010 has California felt itself politically so out of step with the times. That year the state resisted the nationwide wave of anti-incumbent, anti-regulation and anti-big government voting to elect Jerry Brown as governor, ease the passage of big-money state budgets and turn away a challenge to its […]

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Standing Rock victory in North Dakota as US Army Corps of Engineers revokes pipeline permits

By Mike Adams (NaturalNews) After months of increasingly passionate protests against the planned oil pipeline that could have threatened the aquifers of the Sioux tribe, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reversed its permit approval. This means Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners LP, owner of the Dakota Access Pipeline, will need to explore a different […]

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