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House Dems Ask ExxonMobil Lobbyist to Testify About Climate Misinformation

"For decades, the fossil fuel industry and its allies have used the same tactics as the tobacco industry to spread denial and doubt about the harm of its products," the letter states.

Brett Wilkins ·


100 Days Before COP26: The Transformative Solutions We Need in November

Many see COP26 as our last, best chance to prevent global temperatures from spiraling out of control.

Dorothy Grace Guerrero ·


Economists Worry Covid-19 May End Standardized Testing Altogether

However, test scores are effectively useless.

Steven Singer ·


Big Corporations That Decried Georgia Voter Suppression Law Donated to Its Key Backers

"Vague statements about supporting voting rights... are meaningless if these entities continue to fund the politicians behind restrictive voter legislation."

Kenny Stancil ·


Alden Global Capital Is Killing the Newsroom

In the past couple of years Alden's profiteers have steadily plundered the Daily News, eliminating half of its newsroom staff.

Jim Hightower ·


The Idiocracy of America: Corporate Control Over Public Functions

Our entire political system is designed to let corporate money speak, through campaign contributions and corporate lobbying.

Jeffrey D. Sachs ·


'Tremendous News for Workers and Consumers': Biden Picks Kanter as DOJ Antitrust Chief

Jonathan Kanter is being described as a "formidable attorney" who's "devoted his career to reinvigorating antitrust enforcement."

Andrea Germanos ·


'Profiteering Healthcare System' Blamed as US Medical Debt Surges to $140 Billion

One critic said the new estimate of medical debt in collections shows the for-profit healthcare system is "working just the way the corporate price gougers want it to."

Jake Johnson ·


'A False Solution': 500+ Groups Urge US, Canadian Leaders to Reject Carbon Capture

"We need to ditch fossil fuels, not 'fix' them with technologies that are dangerous, costly, unproven at scale, and at odds with environmental justice."

Jessica Corbett ·


Internet Companies' $234 Million in Political Spending Harms Efforts to Close Digital Divide: Report

"Now more than ever, policymakers must pass reforms that not only close the digital divide but also hold ISPs accountable for providing high-speed, reliable, and affordable broadband."

Brett Wilkins ·

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