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Extreme weather events, indefinite detention approved, teach for America’s charter school bias

Lee opens the show this week by bringing your attention to a rash of extreme weather events hitting the globe. As the climate continues to change, we can expect to see more extreme versions of the extreme heat, extreme floods, and other extreme “natural” disasters. In the news, Lee covers Trump’s historic expedition to North Korea, a creepy new anti-war think tank created by George Soros and the Koch Brothers, a Supreme Court decision that backs up the wealthy by defending partisan gerrymandering, and much more. Naomi Karavani tells us about a new technology being developed that claims it can identify aggression and therefore stop crimes. Natalie McGill reports on how the nonprofit ‘Teach For America’ serves as a direct pipeline to the charter school movement that is siphoning off tax dollars to underfunded public schools.

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