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Corinthian Colleges, Everest Institute, Wyotech, Heald College, for-profit college, student debt, student loans

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.

Freddie Gray, Baltimore

“It’s from years and years of taking shit. Now we’re at a point where people just don’t give a fuck.”

Wall Street fees, Wall Street fraud, state worker pensions

Public officials are overseeing this massive payout to Wall Street at the very moment many of those same officials are demanding big cuts to retirees’ promised pension benefits.

Global Witness, How Many More?, environmentalist killings, land defender killings, indigenous resistance

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.

Occupy Everything, Montreal student protests, anti-austerity protests

Since the first tents were pitched on April 20, the university site has become increasingly sophisticated and now includes a first-aid tent and a fully functional kitchen.

Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, fast track authority, Bernie Sanders, wealth inequality, income inequality, populist candidate, money in politics, Citizens United

Whether or not this opponent of the billionaire class, corporate greed, Wall Street and environmental degradation – and this champion of working people, the unemployed, retirees, and student debtors – is our next president will be entirely up to us.

Posted 4 days 5 hours ago
Danish wind power, Danish renewables movement, wind power technology

Wind power in Denmark has created tens of thousands of jobs, yet it's still facing stiff opposition from corporations and politicians.

Posted 6 days 5 hours ago
fast track legislation, fast track authority, Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, Bernie Sanders, corporate trade deal

This job-killing trade deal has been negotiated in secret, drafted with input by special interests and corporate lobbyists but not from the American people.

Posted 5 days 15 min ago
99%, occupy, OWS

What happened to Occupy should serve as a warning to everyone about the dangerous fusion of corporate interests and our public institutions.

Posted 6 days 5 hours ago
Deutsche Bank, Libor, Georgina Philippou, Barclays

The penalties on Germany’s largest bank also involve a guilty plea to the Department of Justice.

Posted 4 days 5 hours ago
police killings, police brutality, Freddie Gray

Outrage over the police killing of 25-year-old Freddie Gray in Baltimore continued on Thursday after hundreds demonstrated in front of the Western District police station where Gray was taken following his arrest on April 12.

child poverty, child hunger, wealth inequality, income inequality

America’s wealth grew by 60 percent in the past six years, by over $30 trillion – and in approximately the same time, the number of homeless children has also grown by 60 percent.

Danish wind power, Danish renewables movement, wind power technology

Wind power in Denmark has created tens of thousands of jobs, yet it's still facing stiff opposition from corporations and politicians.

Trans-Pacific Partnership, TPP, fast track authority, Bernie Sanders, wealth inequality, income inequality, populist candidate, money in politics, Citizens United

Whether or not this opponent of the billionaire class, corporate greed, Wall Street and environmental degradation – and this champion of working people, the unemployed, retirees, and student debtors – is our next president will be entirely up to us.

mass incarceration, black imprisonment

For every 100 black women ages 25 to 54 who are not in jail, there are only 83 black men – the rest are missing largely because of early deaths or because they are behind bars.

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