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Sacramento is playing host to the Occupy National Gathering just after 99Rise's state-long march ended there to protest the influence of big money in politics.

Companies that invert get all the benefits of operating in the U.S. – including purchases financed by taxpayers, while not supporting the government whose services, laws and workforce enable their profits.

America's foundations and wealthiest donors give only a small proportion of their total donations to local and grassroots organizations – furthering the divide between elite institutions and everybody else.

Former CEO Artie T. offered good benefits and fair pay – which is why employees are striking and customers are boycotting the market chain across the northeast, demanding to get him back.

The Coalition for Court Transparency, which advocates greater openness and accountability in judicial branch, launched a campaign to install TV cameras in the chambers of the Supreme Court.

From the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership to the Trade In Services Agreement, massive trade deals are being advanced in coordination with a militarized police state.

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A few days after thousands marched on downtown Detroit last weekend, the city suspended mass water shutoffs for 15 days – leaving more than 15,000 households already disconnected.

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When a journalist in a news article refers to a woman as “strident,” you know what you’re reading is a hit piece – and that's what the New York Times produced about Occupy Wall Street activist McMillan.

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Reporting that CEOs in the U.K. earn 162 times more than the average worker, the High Pay Centre calls on government to put immediate caps on executive salaries.

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With 400,000 members and 85,000 retirees, SEIU 1199 is among the biggest unions to sign up so far for the People's Climate March in New York in September.

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The Guardian editor has been summoned to parliament, accused of helping terrorists by publishing the Edward Snowden leaks.

The Detroit bankruptcy is looking suspiciously like the bail-in template originated by the G20’s Financial Stability Board in 2011.

The 99 Percent Wakes Up

Inequality isn’t only plaguing America—the Arab Spring flowered because international capitalism is broken. Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz says the world is finally rising up and demanding a democracy where people, not dollars, matter.

Hundreds of thousands flooded Spain's streets to protest austerity cuts and bank bailouts on Saturday, while tens of thousands rallied Sunday in Bulgaria to demand higher wages, lower energy costs and an end to government corruption.

The banks that are now bigger, more dangerous and more powerful than ever are raising growing concerns about the unrest and resistance of populations – especially the global youth.

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