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Left News Digest: October 16, 2022 The Intercept-Oz Campaign Misled Reporters About His Emotional Encounter With a Black Voter

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Mehmet Oz Campaign Misled Reporters About His Emotional Encounter With a Black Voter

Robert Mackey

A Philadelphia woman shared her very real grief about gun violence with Oz, but reporters were kept in the dark about the fact that she was a paid campaign aide.

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A People-Powered Insurgency Threatened to Reshape the Democratic Party. Then Came AIPAC and Its Allied Super PAC, Democratic Majority for Israel.

Ryan Grim

“They’ve got money, but we’ve got people,” the rallying cry of the party’s progressive wing, is being tested by a whole lot of money.

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FBI Held Training With Indian Cop Who Oversaw Unit Accused of Torture and Murder

Murtaza Hussain

The FBI’s training of Kashmiri police official Tahir Ashraf Bhatti might run afoul of the “Leahy laws.”

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After Clinic Arson, Abortion Rights Advocates in Wyoming Step Up Their Fight

Jordan Smith

Lawmakers want to ban abortion. Advocates are confident that Wyoming’s constitution protects access — and they’re fighting in court to prove it.

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Trump’s Bad Week May Hasten His Ruin — or Simply Stoke His Hubris

James Risen

A forthcoming subpoena and a cascade of disadvantageous court rulings made last week particularly trying for the ex-president.

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Michigan’s New Anti-Trans Bill Threatens Care-Providing Parents With Life in Prison

Natasha Lennard

And in Congress, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wants to bring the same penalty to the national level.

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Paramilitary-Style Guards Instill Fear in Workers in Dominican Cane Fields

Sandy Tolan, Euclides Cordero Nuel

One of the largest sugar supplies to the U.S., Central Romana in the Dominican Republic is coming under government scrutiny for labor practices.

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