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As the anti-immigrant drumbeat continues, private prison companies are making billions. Yay capitalism! Read more

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Bret Hartman

Service-sector employees are often scheduled on a week-to-week basis. That’s not sustainable for them, or for the companies paying them. Read more

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MasterTux

“We think we’re searching Google. Google is actually searching us.” Read more

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Hate Free Zone Queens Arts and Culture Committee

The diverse groups that drove the resistance movement to the retail giant signal a shifting politics nationwide. Read more

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No need to worry about those journalism things! Read more

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As it continues to sell cigarettes, the pharmacy chain is rolling out a new cosmetics program for cancer patients. Read more

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“We wear the Disney uniforms and Disney name tags, and we don’t get the same pay.” Read more

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Backbone Campaign

San Antonio did! Read more

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Berardo62

U.S. interests promise oil will bring riches to the people of Guyana. But export commodities have rarely benefited the country’s majority. Read more

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Trump promises to increase soy exports to China—but if the deal goes through, only corporate interests will benefit. Read more

Op-Eds

Are we witnessing a fundamental change in how the public views corporate incentive packages, and the craven submissiveness of elected officials who hand them out? Read more

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The Taiwan-based giant is downsizing from promises of up to 13,000 new jobs, with 75 percent blue-collar production workers, to now admitting that production workers will compose only 10 percent of a much smaller “technology hub.” Read more

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Local ownership of the press matters, as some 1,300 of our towns have learned after Wall Street’s corporate demigods of greed swept in to seize their paper, gut its journalistic mission, and devour its assets. Read more

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“If you’re a local retailer or small manufacturer or artist or writer or publisher, you’re watching as your city and state hands your tax dollars to your most ferocious antagonist.” Read more

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Anthony Fine

Verizon is among the most brazenly anti-union companies in the wireless industry. Read more

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Tony Webster

Congress is considering whether to continue funding a little known government-funded project, which calls itself “the people’s foundation.” The question is, whose people? Read more

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Noah Flora

Nipplegate has a long history in the Global South. Read more

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Akilah Monifa

Our implicit biases may be invisible to us, but they influence our behavior toward others. Read more

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A new airline policy for traveling with a support animal requires 48-hours notice—a problem in case of emergencies, which is exactly when one really needs support. Read more

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