TIME is coming out with a climate issue of the magazine on Thursday. "What you will NOT find in this issue are climate-change skeptics," @efelsenthal  says ??

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Amnesty International says it is leaving India after the government froze its bank accounts — part of an alleged "witch hunt" on rights groups. It recently reported on repression in India-administered Kashmir, and accused police of complicity in anti-Muslim riots that killed 50.

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NEW: Three times last week, the Justice Department released explosive documents about politically sensitive cases. And three times the president folded them into his campaign speeches within hours.

“Voters across Brooklyn yesterday received their absentee ballots — but with the wrong name & address on the return envelope in many cases. As a Sheepshead Bay woman who got a stranger’s envelope noted, ‘It's like they messed this up in a big way.’”

Decades of tax information that President Trump has tried to hide from the public provides a detailed view of his business career, revealing huge losses, looming financial threats and a large, contested refund from the IRS.

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hahahaha so uh, which party was demanding this mass mail in voting thing?

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Actor Akshat Utkarsh dies allegedly by suicide at his residence in Mumbai's Andheri area. Case lodged, matter being probed. Body handed over to family after postmortem: Mumbai Police

"When it comes to being tax burdens, immigrants have nothing on the president of the United States," @nhbaptiste  writes

“It is very much a national security concern, from a security clearance point of view,” Susan Rice says, discussing debt detailed in Pres. Trump's tax records. “But also … for the reason that we don’t know who has leverage over him.”

The stand taken & statements by Amnesty International are unfortunate, exaggerated & far from the truth. Amnesty International had received permission under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act (FCRA) only once & that too 20 years ago (19.12.2000): Ministry of Home Affairs

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