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Reuters PoliticsSep 20, 2019
Buttigieg, Harris head to Iowa, seeking to rise into 2020 Democratic top tier
Democratic presidential hopefuls Pete Buttigieg and Kamala Harris return to the crucial state of Iowa this weekend with pressure mounting on them to break into the top tier of 2020 election contenders.

Drudge ReportSep 20, 2019
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Washington Post PoliticsSep 19, 2019
Mitch McConnell wants to send a message that he actually does support election security
After blocking a bill in July and getting hit for it, McConnell announced he's going to allow some money to help states protect their elections.

After Resisting, McConnell and Senate G.O.P. Back Election Security Funding (New York Times Politics)

Reuters PoliticsSep 19, 2019
Trump, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg had 'good, constructive' meeting: Facebook
U.S. President Donald Trump and Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg had a "good, constructive" meeting at the White House on Thursday, the social media company said in a statement.

Reuters PoliticsSep 19, 2019
'Very engaged' Trump talks biofuels policy with U.S. oil-state senators
President Donald Trump on Thursday discussed biofuels policy with senators from U.S. oil states, including Louisiana Senator Bill Cassidy, who said the president was engaged on the issue that has pitted Big Oil and Big Corn against each other.

Yahoo PoliticsSep 19, 2019
Lawmakers caution against unilateral strike on Iran
Despite Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's declaration Wednesday that the weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities represent "an act of war" by the regime in Tehran, the appetite in Washington for a military conflict with Iran appears limited.

New York Times PoliticsSep 18, 2019
Trump Weighs Retaliation Against Iran and Names National Security Adviser
To help sort through the options — including sanctions and the deployment of more American forces — the president chose Robert C. O'Brien, the State Department's chief hostage negotiator.

Democracy NowSep 09, 2019
Hurricane Dorian Was Fueled by Climate Change. Why Isn't the Mainstream Media Making the Connection?
At least 44 people are dead, and the number is expected to rise dramatically, as the Bahamas continues to reel from the devastation wrought by Hurricane Dorian last week. More than 70,000 on Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands have been left homeless, and hundreds, perhaps thousands, remain missing. As the Bahamas faces unprecedented destruction and thousands continue to seek shelter and aid, the island nation has been described as "ground zero" for the climate crisis. Despite this, the mainstream media has largely omitted any mention of global warming in its coverage of the disaster. We speak to Allison Fisher, outreach director of Public Citizen's Climate and Energy Program. She says, "If you are an American that is turning to one of these sources, whether it be ABC or NBC or your major paper in your state, for information, you are not hearing what the scientific community wants you to know, which is the climate crisis is making these storms much more dangerous and, in some cases, deadly."
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