Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Today's Orange Horrors, and Glimmers of Hope

ABC News: President Trump Tells ABC News’ David Muir He 'Absolutely' Thinks Waterboarding Works

CNN: Trump moves to increase deportations

BBC News: Trump orders wall to be built on Mexico border

USA Today: How Trump can defund 'sanctuary cities' protecting undocumented immigrants

Reuters: Trump says he will 'send in the Feds' if Chicago doesn't end 'carnage'

Reuters: Trump administration tells EPA to cut climate page from website: sources

Associated Press: EPA science under scrutiny by Trump political staff

Washington Post: Trump seeks ‘major investigation’ into unsupported claims of voter fraud

Today wasn't all gloom and doom, however. The news also brought us glimmers of hope.

Quartz: Scientists are organizing a march on Washington to oppose Trump’s proposed policies

Washington Blade: LGBT march on Washington planned for D.C. Pride weekend

NPR: Dakota Access Pipeline Foes: We Aren't Done Fighting Yet

WABC 7: Mayor de Blasio vows to fight President's immigration plan; immigrants rights rally in Washington Square Park

Chicago Sun-Times: Rahm Emanuel: Chicago will remain sanctuary city despite Trump threat

The Hill: Agriculture Dept. lifts gag order: report

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