Organizers of the student debt strike that helped lead to the closure of Corinthian Colleges say the DoE's proposed rules would place a heavy burden on student debtors contesting fraudulently issued loans.
The Gus Van Sant film depicts a gas industry that uses cash bribes, hard sells and Machiavellian maneuvers to get its way.
We have to organize around a series of non-negotiable demands, dismantle the mechanisms the rich use to control power – and destroy the ideological and legal system cemented into place to justify corporate plunder.
Faced with mounting unrest and unwilling to offer reforms, democratic governments are rolling back traditional rights at an alarming rate. How many rights must be abrogated before a democracy becomes a police state?
Britain’s multiple crises can be traced to big political donations and corporate ties to the U.K. government. On the eve of the country’s General Election, Occupy.com examines how the 1% have gained from investing in politics.
Thousands rallied worldwide to celebrate International Workers' Day on May 1. In some countries demonstrations turned violent with police deploying tears gas.
The people have demanded to be heard, and now, the city, state and federal government have to listen – the real fight is just beginning.
The bankers get our money, charge us for taking it and leave cities’ budgets bare. Schools close, small businesses shut down, social programs fold and only the cops remain.
As people worldwide await the UN conference on climate change in Paris, lost in the larger narrative are the individual stories of people battling environmental injustice on the local level – and paying the biggest price for it.
Spring is rising and so are the people – we cover the latest, from marchers in D.C. demanding racial justice to the ongoing protests in Baltimore.
It was “not a school chain but a fraud factory, propped up by the Department of Education and taxpayer money for far too long,” wrote a group of Corinthian students waging a debt strike and refusing to pay their loans.
This Friday, the Port of Oakland's rumbling cranes will stand silent as workers rally against recent police shootings and violence.
While lawmakers are pushing full steam ahead, city officials are making their own concerns about the legislation crystal clear.
Starting this week, Chipotle’s 1,831 restaurants are now using non-GMO corn and has made a switch from soybean oil to GMO-free sunflower oil and rice bran oil for their cooking.
Finland is also not immune to the growing politics of prejudice surging in Europe since the financial crash.