Sunday, March 5, 2017

Today's Orange Horrors, and Glimmers of Hope

Business Insider: Trump wants to publicize crimes committed by immigrants; critics call it 'scapegoating'

Reuters: Trump's EPA budget proposal targets climate, clean water programs

Boston Globe: Jeff Sessions denies meetings with Russian envoy were about campaign

NPR: Democrats Call For Attorney General Sessions To Resign

Politico: Sessions Recuses Himself from Russian Probe

New York Times: Trump to Seek $54 Billion Increase in Military Spending

New York Times: Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones

Seattle Times: FBI chief asks Justice Dept. to reject Trump’s claim that Obama ordered wiretap of him

Chicago Tribune: House intel panel to probe Trump wiretap claims

ABC News: Thousands of Trump supporters stage rallies across US, some attract counter-protesters

Associated Press: President Trump's Supporters Clash With Protesters at Rallies

As always, we have good news coming out along with the bad news.

Associated Press: Donors pledge nearly $200 million for family planning

Los Angeles Times: L.A.-area Jewish leaders form coalition in response to Trump's executive actions on immigration and refugees

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