The Institute for Policy Studies began publishing an annual list of the top ten greediest Americans. Sam Pizzigati introduces this year’s list of greedy souls.
EBay’s spokesperson did not elaborate on the company’s reasoning behind its decision to leave ALEC. Could it be over the the free-market lobbying group’s advocacy for climate denial?
The co-owner and supervisory pharmacist of a compounding pharmacy were charged with 25 acts of second-degree murder. Are compounding pharmacies throughout the country conducting business in the same manner?
Air pollution guidelines for benzene has recently been weakened in Texas, which is a dangerous favor for oil refineries. Benzene has been linked to cause leukemia even if released in small amounts.
Hospitals are charging low-income, uninsured patients “even more and then garnishing their wages on the basis of these inflated amounts.” Why are blue collar workers the most vulnerable to unexpected debt?
Four inmates were transferred to Afghan authorities on Friday and with their release, human rights activists are urging that the U.S. release all who remain captive immediately.
The EPA announced coal ash regulations offering communities some tools to deal with the toxic residue from coal-burning power plants. Are these federal regulations only baby steps in the right direction?
Twenty-five years ago this month, President George H.W. Bush launched Operation Just Cause. The invasion of that small, poor country inaugurated the age of preemptive unilateralism.
In a demand to end police brutality, thousands of protesters partially shut down the Mall of America, located in Bloomington, Minnesota when they flooded the rotunda on Saturday.