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Billionaires ante up to keep control of House and Senate

The GOP is being urged to recognize one fact: that they all share the same goal of maintaining control of the U.S. government - with or without the presidency.

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Why not a “no first use” for nuclear weapons?

Members of the international peace group Global Network traveled to California's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, to stand again with victims of nuclear war.

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Immigration Myths vs Facts: New pamphlet published for 2016 election

Immigration has become central to the 2016 presidential election. Trump says immigrants are a threat to America. A new pamphlet hits back with facts.

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Today’s photo ID laws are yesterday’s beans in a jar

"I can still recall the first time I saw what state-sanctioned discrimination looked like."

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Don’t fall for it: Trump’s economic plan a fraud

"Trump has chosen to get his real advice from people just like him - people who have made millions off the backs of hardworking families."

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Voting with their feet: Traffic plummets at Trump casinos and hotels

Whether it appears on a ballot or on the front of a building, Trump's name is a turn-off for increasing numbers of Americans.  

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Trump speech in four words: Lies, hate, fear, repeat

In his speech last night, Trump tossed lies, hate, distortions, and fear-mongering harder than Jake Arrieta throws his four-seam fastball. 

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With Trump, the GOP is letting its racism all hang out

Throughout the convention, speaker after speaker sneeringly demeaned attempts to address racism as efforts to conform to arbitrary "political correctness."

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Trump’s acceptance speech: “Be afraid; be very afraid”

Some said he was appealing to the worst instincts of white workers who have legitimate grievances and reasons to be dissatisfied with the government.

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GOP Convention nurtures nonsense, but outside, people talk issues

Inside the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump made himself "grate again" on our nerves.

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