September 11, 2016

Trump announces plan to use $20 billion in federal funds to privatize public education.

Clinton reportedly calls half of Trump supporters “deplorables” who are racist, homophobic, sexist, xenophobic or Islamophobic.

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reportedly advises consumers to turn off their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cell phones, return them to dealers.

Former head of EPA apologizes for “air is safe to breathe” in New York comment after 9/11 attacks.

Lawyer for Oregon wildlife refuge occupier accuses prosecution of lying about handling of Facebook evidence.

Arrest warrant issued for Democracy Now journalist who covered pipeline protest, videoed dog attack victims.

Iraq “Collateral Murder” whistle-blower Chelsea Manning goes on hunger strike.

Attempted Reagan assassin John Hinckley barred from talking to the press as a condition of his release.

Federal appeals court reverses lower court, says no proof of citizenship required for voters in Kansas, Alabama and Georgia.

NSA official allegedly planned to turn surveillance programs over to a foreign government in the event of a suspected “catastrophic attack” targeting the D.C. area (which was not disclosed to the public).

NATO secretary-general: “I welcome the increased efforts of Turkey… in Syria”, apparently giving other NATO members a green light to invade their neighboring countries.

U.S. law allegedly bans Canadians from entering if they admit they have ever “recreationally” smoked marijuana.

International group of documentary filmmakers asks Justice Department to investigate arrests and harassment of citizen who record police violence.


September 11, 2016

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