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Why stock buybacks must be ended

Buybacks don’t grow the American economy. So why are buybacks so popular with Corporate CEOs?

The McCabe firing and the Ghost of Joe McCarthy: One more step toward the...

America will triumph over Trump. Beatitude or platitude?

Former CIA Director attacks President Trump on Twitter

"You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but you will not destroy America… America will triumph over you.”

Koch document reveals laundry list of policy victories extracted from the Trump administration

In recent days, Koch network groups have purchased ads targeting Democratic lawmakers in key elections across the country.

Warren calls out her Democratic colleagues who voted to advance a Wall Street deregulation...

Warren said at the gathering of progressive lawmakers that "this isn't a story about economics," rather it's a "story about power."

Lamb trumps GOP in PA! #MakeAmericaRespectableAgain

What is clear is that the ballot box continues to be the best hope for restoring American democracy and with it America’s lost respectability in the world.

Trump’s pick for CIA Director ran black site torture program

CIA Deputy Director Gina Haspel, nominated to lead the agency, is responsible for running a secret CIA black site prison in Thailand and overseeing the torture of at least two terror suspects.

Betsy DeVos can’t answer basic education questions

"I have not intentionally visited schools that are underperforming.”

Bernie hosting town hall on income inequality with Michael Moore and Elizabeth Warren

The town hall will focus on poverty in America, the 40-year decline of the middle class, and the growing power and political influence of corporate interests.

‘Effective immediately’ – a reversal of Obama-era elephant trophy import ban

The Fish and Wildlife Service recently reversed the ban on elephant trophy imports following a decision made by Washington, D.C. Circuit Court, which "found fault" with the initial ban.