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The University of Delaware Journalism Program's recently launched speaker series – The Front Page Café – resumed this week.

The series brings journalists to UD to highlight their work, and tell their stories. 

The latest guest to visit the Deer Park Tavern in Newark was Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston to discuss his latest book, It's Even Worse Than You Think: What the Trump Administration is Doing to America.


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State Sen. Anthony Delcollo (R-Marshallton) is sponsoring a resolution that calls on Congress to oppose the Trump administration’s repeal of net neutrality regulations. He also hopes Congress will create a solution to protect internet consumers in Delaware.


The election of President Donald Trump got many First State residents  - like Wilmington resident Debbie Silverman - worked up. Worked up to the point of action.


Delaware is joining a growing list of states committing to uphold the Paris Climate Accord, despite President Trump’s move last week to withdraw the U.S. from the agreement.

Gov. John Carney (D-Delaware) announced Monday he’s signing on to the newly created U.S. Climate Alliance.  Delaware is one of 13 states to join the group.

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Sen. Chris Coons is troubled by media reports saying President Trump revealed classified information in a meeting with Russian officials.


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President Trump’s recent executive order halting U.S. funding for groups overseas that offer abortion counseling and referrals may have negative implications for AIDS and HIV relief.

 


President Trump was briefly in Delaware Wednesday.

He made an unscheduled trip to Dover Air Force for the return of the remains of the U.S. service member killed in the raid in Yemen.

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Rallies supporting refugees - and protesting President Trump’s executive order on immigration - popped up across the country throughout the weekend, including Delaware.


Delawareans plan to protest Trump visit to Philadelphia

Jan 25, 2017
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Thousands of people will be protesting the repeal of the Affordable Care Act in Philadelphia Thursday as President Trump arrives for a retreat with congressional Republicans.