Julia Conley, staff writer
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Microsoft founder Bill Gates, and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett are the three richest people in the U.S., with more combined wealth than the bottom 50% of the population. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images, Michael Cohen/Getty Images/The New York Times, Fortune Live Media/Flickr/cc)
"The bulk of a generation of economic growth has been captured and concentrated in a few hands, and many people have barely seen any of it."
Jon Queally, staff writer
"No one should be forced to use GoFundMe for health care," Bernie Sanders stated on Monday. "We are the richest country on Earth and we are going to take care of our people. Medicare for All now." (Photo: CD/flickr/cc)
Not upset with with the crowdfunding service for providing resources to those...
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
"The metrics were always manipulated for the duration of the war"
Officials repeatedly told the public "progress" was being made, but new...

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Amidst America's "staggering" economic inequality comes a new, macabre, blood-from-a-stone mode of survival for the poors: Making up to a third of their income by repeatedly selling blood plasma - an export worth more than our corn or soy - for about 40 bucks a pop in a booming $21 billion global industry dominated by a few big U.S companies. Their highly profitable, morally questionable business is projected to “grow radiantly,” because of course it is.

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