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Watch today's top U.S. and world headlines:
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L.A. Teachers End Strike After Agreeing to Contract Deal
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Laverne Cox: Trump’s Military Ban Is Part of Larger, Years-Long Attack on Transgender People
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SCOTUS Green-Lights Trump Ban on Transgender Servicemembers
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ACLU: Trump’s Anti-Trans Ban Has No Military Justification, Is Driven by Animus & Discrimination
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A Blue State Teacher Rebellion: Denver Teachers Vote to Strike as L.A. Educators Win Big Victory
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Senators to Vote on Competing Funding Bills as Gov’t Shutdown Drags On
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“This Was About the Survival of Public Education”: L.A. Teachers Claim Victory After Week-Long Strike
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Today’s show feat. and on the historic Los Angeles teachers' strike, and of the on Trump’s trans military ban. Podcast:
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The Trump administration is suggesting "that trans people don't exist at all," says , responding to the Supreme Court greenlighting its plan to ban trans people from serving in the U.S. military. "It's essentially Don't Ask, Don't Tell 2.0, but even worse."
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Democracy Now! 6h
Replying to @sarahljaffe
. connects the rising teachers' movements in blue states to Democrats' support for charter schools: "It's been bipartisan policy to sort of beat up on teachers and argue that privatizing the schools will make them better. And we're finally seeing incredible pushback"
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Democracy Now! 6h
Replying to @ArleneInouye
Key accomplishments of the strike, per : - A nurse at each school 5 days/week - More academic counselors - Hiring 41 additional teacher-librarians - Funding for mental healthcare - More early educators, bilingual teachers - Possibility of capping charter schools
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Democracy Now! 6h
Replying to @democracynow
"We want higher salaries, smaller class sizes, less testing — but ultimately, this fight is about the privatization of schools," says Marianne O'Brien, a 10th-grade English teacher from the L.A. School of Global Studies who was on the picket line yesterday
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Democracy Now! 6h
After approving a new contract, L.A. teachers will return to their classrooms today. bargaining chair is celebrating the deal, which followed a historic 6-day strike: "This was a historic agreement and gave us more than we expected"
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Democracy Now! 7h
Replying to @ACLU @chasestrangio
Then—As the Supreme Court allows the Trump administration's ban on trans servicemembers in the military to take effect, we'll hear response from the 's . Tune in 8-9AM ET at .
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Democracy Now! 7h
TODAY: Los Angeles teachers are claiming victory after a historic weeklong strike. We'll air voices of teachers from the picket line & speak with , chair of the bargaining team, and journalist . Watch 8-9AM ET/5-6AM PT at .
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Oxfam: 26 Wealthiest People Own as Much as World’s 3.8 Billion Poorest
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RCA Records Drops R. Kelly from Label
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Officer Who Killed Laquan McDonald Sentenced to Over 6 Years in Prison
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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Apologizes for Past Anti-LGBTQ Statements
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