Sunday, September 15, 2019

Childcare workers in Ohio charged with child endangerment

A state inspection found that the safety and child abuse training required by the staff was initially not met.

Avalanche-level liar Trump learned art of deception from the pros: US corporations

For avalanche-level lying, deceiving, and misleading, mega-mimic Donald Trump need look no further than the history of the corporate advertising industry and...

The EPA will end mammal testing by 2035

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) pledged Tuesday to "aggressively reduce animal testing" and to end funding for mammal tests by 2035. The move makes...

Healthcare ad spending exceeds $65 million in 2019 as insurance industry ramps up effort...

An Axios analysis released Wednesday found that spending on healthcare advertisements has exceeded $65 million in 2019 as dark money organizations, the insurance industry, and...

New Jersey cop pleads guilty to violating civil rights and excessive force

As a result of an FBI investigation into police corruption in Paterson, New Jersey, another police officer recently pleaded guilty to conspiracy...

Nearly 1,000 Amazon workers will walk out and join Global Climate Strike

"As a leader, we need to reach zero first and not be a company who slides in at the last possible deadline,”

Mixed messages from MIT Media Lab regarding Epstein money

The director of the M.I.T. Media Lab received at least $1.7 million from Epstein, including $1.2 million for his own outside investment funds.

Officer resigns after beating unarmed man’s head on video

“These poor decisions have occurred while he is on and off duty and he has violated multiple policies."

2020 Democratic candidates take on “NoKXL Pledge”

So far, ten of the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates have signed the “NoKXL Pledge” and have promised that on Day One in...

Shell to pay up for contaminating groundwater in California

"Thankfully for this verdict, we can ensure that our residents have a safe, reliable source of drinking water, and not have to face the same issues that far too many of our fellow valley residents have to face.”