Monday, July 24, 2017

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In the last 40 years CEO pay has risen by 937% while worker wages...

America’s inequality problem continues to be the worst in the industrialized world. 

Don’t trust business with education

Greasy politicians use education funds to enrich corporations – and themselves.

Exxon fined $2M for ‘reckless disregard’ of sanctions during Tillerson era

When secretary of state was CEO of ExxonMobil, says Treasury, the oil giant showed a "reckless disregard" for sanctions

Citizens begin reclaiming coal country after decades of corporate land grabs

But figuring out who owns abandoned mines in Appalachia is harder than you’d think.

Emails show Iraq war PR alums led attempt to discredit Dakota Access water protectors

Emails show that extent to which Energy Transfer Partners went to hire firms to discredit the Standing Rock water protectors.

Government whistleblower sounds the alarm on villages threatened by climate change

A scientist looking for a way to help Alaska Natives whose villages are sinking was reassigned by the Trump administration to a job collecting royalty checks from fossil fuel companies.

For James Cromwell, the fight against fossil fuels is no act

"We have to change our relationship both to the planet and to the people who live on this planet, including the people who are opposing us."

Here’s who’s getting paid to destroy the Endangered Species Act

Battles to protect wildlife are intensifying in the face of attacks from these and other lawmakers.

Watch: Bernie Sanders and Al Gore talk climate change and the future of clean...

"All over the country activists are now being energized."

Meet the organizers pursuing a progressive takeover of the Republican party

‘Brand New Congress’ is going after red states and Republican voters with left populism.