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March 20, 2019
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February 27, 2019
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Explaining the Green New Deal

February 15, 2019
What does the Green New Deal mean for the Democratic Party?
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3 stories you might have missed

February 13, 2019
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January 9, 2019
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Ryan Zinke, Face of Trump Environmental Rollbacks, Is Leaving Interior Department

December 17, 2018
Coral Davenport, Julie Turkewitz | The New York Times
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, a key figure in President Trump’s sweeping plan to reshape the nation’s environmental framework, resigned under pressure on Saturday as he faces numerous ethics investigations into his business dealings, travel and policy decisions.
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Trump Creates Political Storm with False Claim on Puerto Rico Hurricane Death Toll

September 14, 2018
Robert Costa, Philip Rucker, Josh Dawsey | The Washington Post
As Hurricane Florence churned toward the Carolinas, President Trump on Thursday diverted attention from the government’s preparations for the monster storm to his personal grievances over last year’s Hurricane Maria by falsely claiming a conspiracy to inflate the death toll in Puerto Rico.
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Trump Attacks San Juan Mayor as Hurricane Bears Down on East Coast

September 13, 2018
Jennifer Jacobs, Ari Natter | Bloomberg News
President Donald Trump again insisted his administration’s response to Hurricane Maria’s devastation in Puerto Rico was a success and lashed out at the mayor of the island’s largest city, as a major storm closed in on the Carolina coast.
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As Hurricane Florence Approaches, American Politics Is Put On Pause

September 12, 2018
Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Carrie Dunn | NBC News
As Hurricane Florence barrels toward the Carolinas, American politics will take a pause. Discussions about Woodward, Anonymous and the latest developments in the 2018 midterms will get pushed to the side. And it’s very possible the story about Florence, its cleanup and recovery play out for weeks and months ahead.
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