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Wells Fargo Has Some Nerve

In June, at the height of a reckoning over race and police killings in the U.S., Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf tried to...

California Ban On Fossil-Fuel Cars Points To Need For Electric Vehicle Labor Protections

California banned sales of new fossil-fueled cars by 2035, heralding the end of the combustion engine’s hegemonic reign over the American auto industry.  In...

Getting COVID-19 Is Putting Americans On The Brink Of Economic Crisis

Contracting COVID-19 is putting already financially stressed Americans on the brink of economic disaster. And the rest of the country isn’t that far...

Inside Tennessee’s Push To Bring Thousands Of NASCAR Fans Together During A Pandemic

This article is published in partnership with Newsy.  Worried officials in Sullivan County, Tennessee, called a press conference on July 10 to address the...

Mexican Toilet Paper Rolling Into US Thanks To Pandemic Demands

NEW YORK (AP) — Toilet paper is back on store shelves. But you may not recognize some of the brands. Demand for toilet paper...

White Workers Are Getting Hired Back Twice As Fast As Black Workers

At first glance, the unemployment rate seems a lot less terrible than it did a few months ago. In April, at the start...

Smithfield Fined $13,000 For Hazards At Plant That Lost Four Workers To COVID-19

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined meatpacking giant Smithfield Foods $13,494 for failing to protect workers from the coronavirus at its plant in Sioux...

Trump Is Desperately Trying To Greenwash His Record Ahead Of The Election

During a May 2018 roundtable with more than two dozen outdoor sporting and conservation organizations, after more than a year of leading the...