The Pandemic, Use of Excessive Force and Lack of Mental Health Care Made Life Unbearable in Last Year of Trump Admninistration
Author: Jillian Ambroz
$6 Billion Contract Comes Under Congressional Scrutiny as Losing Bidder Weighs Legal Options
Of the 165,000 Vehicles on Order, Only 10% Will Be Electric. Then, There’s the Issue of Building Them with Foreign-Made Parts.
Lawsuit Cites Global Candy Companies; Seeks Freedom, Compensation for Children Forced into Dangerous Work on Cocoa Farms Next time you take a bite of a chocolate bar, consider the small hands that farmed the cocoa beans. Industrial food heavyweights like Nestlé USA, Hershey and MARS Inc., rely on cocoa grown in Côte D’Ivoire, the Ivory Coast, to make their confections. And the West African nation relies on enslaved child laborers to farm its cocoa crops, a well-known fact in the candy world that keeps the cocoa at favorably low prices for the big companies. A class-action civil suit brought against…
Biden’s Inherited Disaster—Not Enough Doses, Not Enough Equipment, No Distribution Network
What Should Banks, Fintechs Be Allowed to Do With All that They Know About You?
And What President-Elect Biden Can Do to Help Them
Trump—Jeffrey Epstein’s Creepy, Leering Wingman—Lets Other Child Rapists Off the Hook
And How Betsy DeVos’s Education Department Makes It Possible by Propping Up For-Profit Educational Companies
With Congress Limiting What Can Be Dumped at Nuke Sites, the Energy Department May Just Redefine What It’s Dumping