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2018 Is On Pace To Be Another Bloody Year For Environmental Defenders Around The World
207 environmental advocates were murdered around the world last year.
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Brazil’s Election Could Deal A Crushing Blow To Combating Climate Change
Far-right presidential front-runner Jair Bolsonaro -- aka “Brazil’s Trump” -- may be “exactly what the world doesn’t need.”
Trump Threatens Migrant Caravan
A caravan of nearly 2,000 migrants are headed to the U.S.
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In Rare Cuban Campaign, Churches Are Advocating Against Same-Sex Marriage
By Nelson Acosta and Sarah Marsh, Reuters
The country's anti-LGBTQ views have resurfaced ahead of a proposed constitutional amendment.
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Trump Threatens To Withdraw Honduras Aid Over Approaching Migrant Caravan
Such caravans have been organized for years by people fleeing violence and corruption in Latin America.
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As Trump Demonizes Immigrants, These U.S. Farmers Aren't Having It
By Madeline Heim, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
Immigrant workers perform grueling jobs that many Americans won't do. And farmers know it. A Wisconsin program builds a deeper understanding between them.
Trump Asking For Donations To His Re-Election Campaign To Help Build His Wall
He couldn’t get Mexico to pay for it, so now wants Republican donors to help him force Congress to use American tax dollars for it.
A Brief History Of The Wall Street Journal's Support For Right-Wing Authoritarians
The paper's endorsing Brazil's pro-dictatorship candidate is the latest in a proud tradition for its opinion section.
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A Far-Right Authoritarian Is One Step Closer To Becoming Brazil's Next President
Jair Bolsonaro advanced to the runoff stage of Brazil's presidential election in Sunday's vote.
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It's Time To Start Worrying About The Most Crucial Election In Brazilian History
The rise of a far-right authoritarian has put the future of Brazilian democracy on the ballot in Sunday's vote.
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Whale Rescue Operation
After a long, intense 28-hour rescue mission, a stranded humpback whale has returned home.
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Venezuelan Immigrants Get Trump Sympathy But Not Status
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A handful of states are getting most of the people fleeing Venezuela to the United States.
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Financial Elites Are Ready To Throw Brazil Into The Hands Of A Far-Right Authoritarian
Investors are embracing an extremist who poses a threat to the world's fourth-largest democracy — just to keep the left out of power.
Female Surfer Breaks Record With 68-Foot Wave
Maya Gabeira broke the Guinness World Record for the largest wave surfed by a woman.
White House Edits Trump Insult
Trump’s insult about a reporter was edited out of an official White House transcript.
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Trump's 'New' Canada-Mexico Trade Deal Has All Kinds Of Improvements? Thanks, Obama.
The so-called "new NAFTA" is mainly what Canada and Mexico agreed to in the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement -- which Trump threw out after taking office.
Trump: Press Is ‘Loco’
Now that Trump has made a trade deal with Mexico, he thinks he can speak Spanish.
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Donald Trump Calls Media 'Loco' While Discussing U.S.-Mexico Trade Deal
The president has a long history of making tone-deaf and blatantly racist comments.
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Trump’s NAFTA Revision Ignores Climate Change, Bolsters Oil And Gas Industries
Alexander C. Kaufman
Environmental groups loathed NAFTA for helping to outsource pollution to Mexico. The revised deal may make that worse.
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'Not Him!': Tens Of Thousands Of Brazilians Protest Far-Right Presidential Frontrunner
By Sarah DiLorenzo and Marcelo Silva De Sousa, AP
Women led the nationwide protests against Jair Bolsonaro on Saturday.
Kevin Lamarque / Reuters
Trump On Track To Sign Another Spending Bill That Fails To Pay For His Wall
Building a wall, making Mexico pay for it – it remains a lot of bluster.
Ricardo Brazziell/Austin American-Statesman via The Associated Press
Drop In Mexican-Born Immigrants Attributed To Hostility Here, Opportunity There
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The one-year decrease of more than 300,000 is the largest in a decade.
Marco Rubio Goes Off On Salt Bae For Serving Venezuela's Maduro
Venezuelans are suffering through a food crisis while President Nicolas Maduro enjoyed steak with famed chef Nusret Gökçe in Istanbul.
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Donald Trump's Message To His 'Mexican Friends' Backfires
The president once said of Mexico: "They are not our friend, believe me."
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters
U.S., Cuba Officials Discuss Mysterious Embassy Health Attacks On Diplomats
The illnesses, which first appeared last year, were initially described as the result of sonic attacks or health attacks.
Trump Plans To Pay Millions To Mexico So It'll Deport Undocumented Immigrants
The money will reportedly help Mexico pay transportation for thousands of Central Americans trying to reach the U.S.
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