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The United States Of Tax Havens

Like our billionaires at home, foreign oligarchs and despots are sheltering untold sums from taxation across our country.

Welcome To The ER. Private Equity Will See You Now.

Doctors and medical experts say private equity firms and profiteering corporations are putting American lives at risk and compromising the practice of medicine.

To Boost Black Men In Medicine, Advocates Turn To Sports

Advocates of the athletics-to-medicine pipeline point out its practicality. Thousands of Black men are already in college, or headed there, on athletic scholarships. It would only take a small percentage of them choosing medical careers to boost the percentage of Black male doctors to better reflect the proportion of African-American men in the general population.

When Does Life Begin? There's More Than One Religious View

By and large, for example, Jewish texts don't confer personhood on a fetus until it is born.

The Tax Foundation's Mythical Taxpayers

Scare taxtic.

Postcard From Thermal: Surviving The Climate Gap In Eastern Coachella Valley

Where expensive cars are kept cooler than toiling farmworkers.

Traitor, Patriot

More guts, courage, bravery and honesty than Barack Obama.

The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #365: Wobbly Cubs Change Climate

Front-office fail. Plus: White Sox Begin Ceremonial Second Half; Party Time Italian-Style; Dunkin' Keith; Party Time Bobby Portis-Style; Scottie Gonna Pippen; Bears OLs Catch Up With Cutler; Candace's Cover; Red Stars Pwn Dash; On Wisconsin; and more!

The Billionaire Playbook: How Sports Owners Use Their Teams To Avoid Millions In Taxes

Billionaire owners are consistently paying lower tax rates than their millionaire players - and often lower even than the rates paid by the workers who staff their stadiums. The massive reductions on personal tax bills that owners glean from their teams come on top of the much-criticized subsidies the teams get from local governments for new stadiums and further deplete federal coffers that fund everything from the military to medical research to food stamps and other safety net programs.

Little Village Car Wash Workers Win 9-Year Fight

More than a quarter-million dollars finally recovered.

European Plan To Unify Corporate Tax Rules And Recoup Billions Faces Steep Hurdles

The European Commission's latest attempt to tackle corporate tax dodging and profit shifting would require unanimous approval by EU member states, some of which serve as tax havens.

How The Federal Reserve Is Making The Rich Richer - And Not So Much Everybody Else

The Fed has accelerated the decades-long increase in economic inequality by helping increase the wealth of people at the top far more than it has increased the wealth of working-class Americans.

How The Christian Right Helped Foment Insurrection

"My faith is in Jesus Christ, and we will make America great again and we will stop the steal."

Georgia Senator David Perdue Privately Pushed For A Tax Break For Rich Team Owners

If the regulation had been altered as Perdue wanted, it would have been a boon for some of his largest donors. Perdue has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from the owners of professional sports clubs, including now-fellow Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who co-owns Atlanta's WNBA team, the Dream.

The Journalistic Benefits Of Thinking For Yourself In An Age Of Polling

Doing your job right, for one.

How The Fed Is Screwing Your Retirement By Taking Care Of The Rich

The Federal Reserve has bailed out the stock and bond markets and stabilized the economy with its rock-bottom rates - but at the expense of Social Security and pension funds.

Workers Fired For Reporting COVID Safety Violations

As many employers, with the strong encouragement of the Trump administration, move to bring employees back, a growing number of workers are resisting what they feel are unsafe, unhealthy conditions. In recent months, a few states have passed laws specifically aimed at protecting workers who face COVID-related safety risks and retaliation for speaking up about them. Some states, like New Jersey, have whistleblower protection laws already. But advocates say stronger federal protections are needed.

How America Criminalizes Immigrants

From eugenics to Obama.

Companies Flagrantly Flout Labor Department Rules To Report Workplace Injuries

Chicago-based McDonald's and Boeing among them.

EU Court (Again): NSA Spying Makes U.S. Companies Privacy-Deficient

The message to the U.S. government is simple: Fix U.S. mass surveillance, or undermine one of the United States' major industries.

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