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Was the Failed 'Mother of All Rallies' the Beginning of the End of Independent Trumpism?

The far-right “Mother of All Rallies” was supposed to be a giant pro-Trump event where overt shows of racism were not welcome. But the crowd was surprisingly small, neo-Nazis attended, and the entire event was overshadowed by a nearby rally of Insane Clown Posse devotees. Is this the end of the unified front that descended on Charlottesville?

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6 California DREAMers Sue Trump to Block DACA Repeal

They are the latest group using the courts to fight the administration’s plan to eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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Sources Say ESPN Nearly Kept Jemele Hill Off the Air Following Trump Comments

The White House encouraged the network to fire the “SportsCenter” co-host after she tweeted that President Donald Trump is a White supremacist.

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Photo Essay: Thousands of Activists March Through New York City to #DefendDACA

Just days after the Trump administration announced its decision to end DACA, thousands of immigrants and their allies rallied in protest and solidarity outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York City.

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Appeals Court Says 'No' to 'Muslim Ban' Family Limits

“The government does not offer a persuasive explanation for why a mother-in-law is clearly a bona fide relationship, but a grandparent, grandchild, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew or cousin is not.”

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READ: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Why Trump is 'The First White President'

“Trump truly is something new—the first president whose entire political existence hinges on the fact of a Black president.”

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What DREAMers Need to Know About DACA Now

This is how the Department of Homeland Security is implementing the “wind down” of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

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Trump Administration Officially Ends DACA, Placing Nearly 800,000 Immigrants at Risk for Deportation

Sessions called DACA an “unconstitutional exercise of authority by the executive branch.”

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3 Transgender Rights Orgs to Support While the DOD Decides How to Block People Who Want to Serve

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is doing exactly what he was ordered to do—and the lives and livelihoods of trans people are still at risk.

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A History of Violence: Joe Arpaio's Racist Crusade Against Latinxs

For decades, the Maricopa County sheriff targeted Latinxs via illegal stops and his Tent City Jail, which he once referred to as a “concentration camp.”

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Another Federal Agency Deletes Climate Change From Its Website

The National​ ​Institute​ ​of​ ​Environmental​ ​Health​ ​Sciences explains why it has greatly reduced online mentions of global warming.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Trump's Arizona Campaign Speech

The president of the United States: “If we have to close down our government, we’re building that wall.”

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Steve Bannon, Breitbart Head-Turned-Trump Advisor, Exits the White House

Amid heightened pressure, Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon, has either resigned or been fired. Groups who pushed for his ouster say that’s just the beginning. 

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ICYMI: This Special Dives Deep Inside 'Unite the Right's' White Nationalist Horror

Vice News’ “Charlottesville: Race and Terror” follows reporter Elle Reeve as she embeds with White nationalist leaders like Christopher Cantwell and Robert Ray.

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Trump Signs Executive Order That Rolls Back More Obama-Era Environmental Rules

The White House’s plans to improve the nation’s infrastructure could make communities more vulnerable to flooding.

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Four Congressional Caucuses Call for Removal of White Supremacists From White House

“In the wake of the deadly hate crimes and violence committed by White supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, we write to request the immediate removal of Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Sebastian Gorka from any positions in the White House.”

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#ImpeachTrump Trends Worldwide as President Defends White Supremacists

Trump: “I think there’s blame on both sides and I have no doubt about it.”

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Charlottesville Resident in Viral Flame-Throwing Photo: 'The Cops Were Protecting the Nazis'

Corey Long explains how racist violence and police inaction compelled him to defend other protesters from White nationalists’ attacks using a lighter and a spray paint can.

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[PHOTO ESSAY] These 8 Images Sum Up the Absolute Terror of 'Unite the Right' Actions in Charlottesville

White supremacists got into terrifying formation at the “Unite the Right” actions in Charlottesville, Virginia. These images, taken by photo journalist Abdul Aziz, offer an intimate view of the inevitable violence.