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Rick Snyder’s Water Scandal: Costs Spiral, Calls For Arrest, Solutions Offered

January 13, 2016

A STATE OF EMERGENCY Michigan Governor Rick Snyder recently declared a state of Emergency in the City of Flint over issues with lead poisoning the city’s drinking water supply. Flint has grappled with the problem for over a year, but only…

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Disgraced Lawyer Resigns Amid Accusations Of Hiding Evidence In Fatal Chicago Police Shooting

January 5, 2016

The Windy City has been dealing with the fallout of its police department and government administration since November, when a video was released showing the fatal Chicago police shooting of black teenager Laquan McDonald by a white police officer. The video…

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Cops Seize $107,000 From Couple, Didn’t Charge Them With A Crime But Kept The Money (VIDEO)

December 28, 2015

Cops don’t have to charge you with a crime to keep your cash, but the DOJ is cracking down on the practice In October 2012, Adam and Jennifer Perry of Massachusetts were pulled over in the state of Illinois on…

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Bernie Sanders To DOJ: ‘Exxon Mobil Knew The Truth About Climate Change And Lied To Us’ (Video)

October 21, 2015

Back in July, we reported on a leaked email that reveals Exxon Mobil knew the truth about the effect of fossil fuels on climate change since at least 1981. But instead of taking action, Exxon Mobil (actually, just plain old Exxon until they…

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GM Gets Away With Murder, Literally, With $900m Settlement

September 17, 2015

GM murdered 124 people — and they’re getting away with it, too Mitt Romney once famously claimed that “corporations are people.” So what happens when one of America’s biggest corporations negligently murders 124 people, if not more? An individual would surely…

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