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TODAY'S TOP STORIES - April 5, 2018

Why Mueller’s Move on Trump Is the Beginning of the Endgame

By Jefferson Morley, AlterNet

The special prosecutor’s findings will probably be public before the midterm elections. READ MORE»

ICE Has No Plans to Deport This WWII-Era Nazi War-Criminal Immigrant

By Kali Holloway, AlterNet

A former Nazi guard continues to live quietly in Queens while ICE kicks law-abiding immigrants out of the U.S. every day. READ MORE»

YouTube Shooting: Misinformation Spreads by Inaccurate Report, and Lots of Trolls

By Nicole Karlis, Salon

“San,” “Bruno,” and “shooter” were keywords of popular topics being discussed by Russian-linked accounts on Twitter. READ MORE»

Trade War or Not, China Risks a 'Minsky Moment'

By Marshall Auerback, AlterNet

Putting Trump's tariffs in perspective. READ MORE»

Teachers in Revolt: Meet the Educators in Kentucky and Oklahoma Walking Out Over School Funding

By Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!

The strikes are about more than teacher pay: There are so many basic classroom issues that set students back, such as how some Oklahoma schools can only afford to be open four days a week. READ MORE»

#DeleteFacebook? Not in Indian Country

By Jenni Monet, YES! Magazine

The social network has done more for bolstering the modern Indigenous rights agenda than perhaps any other platform of our time. READ MORE»

Roger Stone's Ties to WikiLeaks Keep Getting Weirder, Putting Him in Real Legal Peril

By Cody Fenwick, AlterNet

The longtime ally of the president appeared to have foreknowledge of stolen emails during the campaign. READ MORE»

Zuckerberg Makes a 180 on Privacy—Is It for Real?

By Steven Rosenfeld, AlterNet

Civil liberties and human rights groups want Big Data to sign security pledge to protect user privacy. READ MORE»

The Bayer-Monsanto Merger Is Bad News for the Planet

By Ellen Brown, Truthdig

Their products are decimating bird populations in Europe. READ MORE»

What’s a Non-Racist Way to Appeal to Working-Class Whites? NYT Writer Can’t Think of Any

By Jim Naureckas, FAIR

Tone deaf as ever, Thomas Edsall thinks Democrats should be tougher on immigration.  READ MORE»

White House Response Indicates That Scott Pruitt Will Probably Be Fired Soon

By Cody Fenwick, AlterNet

The press secretary refused to express confidence in the administrator.  READ MORE»

Media Giant Sinclair, Under Fire for Forcing Anchors to Read Trumpian Screed, Is Rapidly Expanding

By Amy Goodman, Juan González, Democracy Now!

In America, hate and misinformation are very profitable. READ MORE»

Watch Visibly Uncomfortable Homeland Security Secretary Fail to Answer Whether Fox News Influenced Trump Border Plan

By Noor Al-Sibai, Raw Story

There is speculation that the president's sudden announcement was entirely prompted by a TV segment. READ MORE»

Even in Wealthy Districts, Black Students Are Disproportionately Disciplined

By Brendan Gauthier, AlterNet

A nonpartisan watchdog group found "widespread" school discipline discrimination. READ MORE»

Robert Mueller Is Now Reportedly Scouring the Troubling Financial Links Between Trump and Russia

By Cody Fenwick, AlterNet

The latest findings undermine the idea that the special counsel is no longer investigating "collusion." READ MORE»

The Federal Government's Secret War on Black Activists

By Rashad Robinson, The American Prospect

In a chilling echo of the 1960s, law enforcement agencies have stepped up surveillance of racial justice advocates and groups exercising their constitutional rights. READ MORE»

Why Is Trump Trying to Kill Front-of-Package Nutrition Labeling?

By Michael F. Jacobson, AlterNet

Prohibiting warning labels would be a huge win for the food industry and a big loss for consumers. READ MORE»

Betsy DeVos Wanted to Prosecute Leakers in DOE—She Got Schooled on Whistleblower Rights Instead

By Noor Al-Sibai, Raw Story

It looks like the secretary is getting an unwelcome legal education. READ MORE»

5 Things to Know About the Teacher Strike in Oklahoma

By Erin McHenry-Sorber, The Conversation

This strike goes beyond issues of pay. READ MORE»

Unearthed Audio Reveals Atlantic Columnist Advocating Extreme Violence Toward Women Who Have Abortions

By Cody Fenwick, AlterNet

"Let’s make it violence," he said. "Let’s not pretend like we’re doing something else.” READ MORE»

Former RNC Chair Literally Laughs When Asked If Republicans Will Stand Up to Trump on Trade War

By Bob Brigham, Raw Story

The answer is too obvious to pretend otherwise. READ MORE»

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