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Michigan's Questionable Drug Testing Of Low-Income Residents Returned Zero Positive Results

essence.com - The practice of routinely drug testing low-income Michigan residents enrolled in the state's welfare programs has been a questionable one since its implementation eight months ago, and the results ...

Exclusive: Trump supporters more likely to view blacks negatively - Reuters/Ipsos poll

reuters.com - NEW YORK Supporters of U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump are more likely to describe African Americans as "criminal," "unintelligent," "lazy" and "violent" than voters who backed some Republ...

Donald Trump continues to muddle immigration ban message

cbsnews.com - ST.CLAIRVILLE, OHIO -- After days of increasing criticism and mixed messaging over Donald Trump's plan to temporarily ban Muslims from coming to the United States, Trump further muddled his message...

People who witnessed the Istanbul suicide bombings share terrifying details from the attack

businessinsider.com - Witness accounts are pouring in following the suicide bombings at Istanbul's international airport that left at least 36 dead on Tuesday. The witnesses described a scene of terror and chaos as the ...

Chris Stevens’s Family: Don’t Blame Hillary Clinton for Benghazi - The New Yorker

newyorker.com - On Tuesday, the House Select Committee on Benghazi, which is controlled by a Republican majority, charged the Obama Administration with diplomatic miscalculations, security failures, and a lengthy ...

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Republican Benghazi Committee ends with a whimper

msnbc.com - When House Republicans created the Select Committee on Benghazi two years ago, tasking the panel to investigate a deadly attack that had already been thoroughly investigated by other committees, GO...

Turkish Prime Minister Says Early Signs "Point to ISIS" in Istanbul Airport Attack

gawker.com - Speaking to reporters at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport, the site of a series of deadly explosions Tuesday night, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said that initial findings suggest ISIS was behi...

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128 Members Of Congress Urge Appeals Court To Protect Gay Workers From Discrimination

buzzfeed.com - WASHINGTON — On Tuesday night, 128 members of Congress weighed in to urge a federal appeals court to protect against sexual orientation-based discrimination under existing civil rights laws. The re...

National civil rights activist DeRay Mckesson to join new city schools cabinet

baltimoresun.com - National civil rights activist and former Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay Mckesson will return to his old stomping grounds at city school headquarters to lead the district's office of human capit...

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Drug Testing Welfare Recipients Is A Popular New Policy That Cost States Millions. Here Are The Results.

thinkprogress.org - by Bryce Covert & Josh Israel Feb 19, 2016 9:53 am In 10 states, someone who applies for welfare cash assistance through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program doesn’t just have...

CDC confirms children's blood-lead levels went up in Flint

freep.com - WASHINGTON — Federal health investigators released a report Friday that reached the same conclusion a Flint, Mich., area doctor did nearly a year ago — that blood-lead levels among children jumped ...

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'Little guy' contractors still angry at Trump Taj bankruptcy

bigstory.ap.org - ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Weak from heart surgery and a sepsis infection that would soon kill her, Patricia Paone was resting at home last summer when an apparition appeared on the TV — a famous b...

AP FACT CHECK: Overstatements in Trump's economic speech

mcclatchydc.com - Donald Trump laid out economic ideas in a speech in Pennsylvania on Tuesday that did not always deal squarely with economic realities. A look at some of his statements and how they compare with the...

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