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AG nominee won't say if he agrees with family separation because he doesn’t 'know all the details'

Donald Trump’s pick to replace the attorney general who formally announced the administration’s family separation policy claimed during his Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday that he’s not familiar with the humanitarian disaster that earned his prospective employer international condemnation. Asked by Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois if he agreed with the barbaric …

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Yet another victim of the shutdown tantrum: science, of course

What happens when it gets even hotter? At Mother Jones, Kristina Young notes that the government shutdown is wrecking ongoing scientific experiments, including an experiment to determine how desert plants will respond to climate change’s higher average temperatures. Without technicians to take the measurements, “the plants are going unmeasured, cutting …

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27th Annual Pan African Film and Arts Festival to Screen Long-Awaited Aretha Franklin Documentary “Amazing Grace” On Opening Night February 7

by Lori Lakin Hutcherson (@lakinhutcherson) The Pan African Film & Arts Festival announced today that it will celebrate its 27th Annual Opening Night on Thursday, February 7, with a screening at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles of Amazing Grace, the long-awaited Aretha Franklin concert documentary. Amazing Grace, produced by Alan Elliott, …

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Trump refuses to talk with Robert Mueller. Again.

You can’t make me. You can’t make me. You can’t make me. Donald Trump has again refused to answer questions from special counsel Robert Mueller. CNN reports that, despite having agreed to a meeting at Camp David all the way back in January of 2018, Trump’s legal team is continuing …

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