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Debra Brown | Friday May 19th 2017

Antarctica

In the news this week By Team ATPB

With the state of current affairs in the US and around the world, we’re staying up to date on as much news as we can. Like many of you, we devour everything that is published on the Trump administration in an effort to keep informed about its horrible policies and so that we can share them with everyone we know (read about them every month in Nia’s “F*ck Donald Trump” series). Here’s a list of the articles and headlines about Trump and beyond that caught our attention this weekend. Check back every Monday and Friday for weekly updates. And, please share any articles that catch your attention, because sharing information is one of the most important things you can do at this moment.

Miles of ice collapsing into the sea from Antartica
The collapse of vulnerable parts of the ice sheet could raise the sea level dramatically, the continued existence of the world’s great coastal cities — Miami, New York, Shanghai and many more — is tied to Antarctica’s fate.
Car rams into pedestrians in Times Square leaving one dead and 22 injured.
An 18-year-old woman was killed and at least 22 people injured Thursday when a speeding car plowed into pedestrians in Manhattan’s bustling Times Square, city officials said. The driver tested positive for PCP.
Former Fox News executive Roger Ailes dies at 77.
Roger Ailes was forced out of Fox News this year in a sexual predation scandal.
Police officer Betty Shelby is found not guilty for the death of Terence Crutcher.
The shooting took place in September 2016. From helicopter footage Crutcher can be seen with his hands up unarmed as he is fatally shot.
House may need to vote again on GOP ACA appeal bill
House Speaker Paul Ryan hasn’t yet sent the bill to the Senate because there’s a chance that parts of it may need to be redone, depending on how the Congressional Budget Office estimates its effects.

Photo Courtesy of Matt Amesbury.

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