Taking Back Agency And Accountability For The Banking System

By Alejandra Molina, Nextcity.org -

Community organizer Carlos Marroquin, 57, of Hollywood, is a housing advocate who knows of homeless people who are employed but do not make enough to put a roof over their heads. He envisions a [...]

Major Oil Spill In NYC Harbor Kept Secret Until Someone Noticed

By Carly Miller, www.bklyner.com -

By Carly Miller for Bklyner. The 27,000 gallon spill at Bayside Fuel Depot began before sunrise on Thursday, March 30, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYC DEC) official [...]

How To Leak To ProPublica

By Staff, www.propublica.org -

By ProPublica. We are a team of investigative journalists devoted to exposing abuse of power. If you’ve got evidence showing powerful people doing the wrong thing, here’s how to let us know [...]

Dejuan Yourse Arrested For Sitting On His Porch

By Carla Herreria, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Carla Herreria for Huffington Post. City council members in Greensboro, North Carolina voted this week to strip the law enforcement credentials of a police officer who is accused of violently [...]

Ireland Jails Three Top Bankers Over 2008 Meltdown

By Conor Humphries and Mark Heinrich, www.reuters.com -

By Conor Humphries and Mark Heinrich for Reuters. Three senior Irish bankers were jailed on Friday for up to three-and-a-half years for conspiring to defraud investors in the most prominent [...]

Public Herald Calls For Criminal Investigation Over Water

By Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman, www.publicherald.org -

By Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic for Public Herald. Pittsburgh, PA - Investigative news nonprofit Public Herald and more than 50 organizations and individuals (including Green Party [...]

Price For Witnessing Against War

By Ray McGovern, www.consortuimnews.com -

By Ray McGovern for Consortium News. During the first Ronald Reagan administration, it was my job to conduct early morning one-on-one briefings of the Secretary of Defense (Caspar Weinberger), [...]

The Honorable History Of Whistleblowing

By Sam Smith, www.prorevnews.com -

By Sam Smith of Progressive Review. Your editor has just returned from a meeting of the Fund for Constitutional Government which helps to support the Government Accountability Project, a big [...]

White House Executive Order On Privacy Falls Short

By Shahid Buttar, www.eff.org -

By Shahid Buttar for the Electronic Frontier Foundation. February 9, 2016 - This morning, the White House announced an Executive Order establishing a federal interagency privacy council composed [...]

Flint Refuses To Be Poisoned

By Dorian Bon, www.socialistworker.org -

By Dorian Bon for Socialist Worker - FLINT, MICHIGAN, a city of some 100,000 people, is being poisoned. In April 2014, the Michigan state government forced Flint to change its water supply from [...]

Iceland Sentences 26 Corrupt Bankers To 74 Years In Prison

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By Grouch E Geezr for AmericanNewsX.com. Iceland just sentenced their 26th banker to prison for his part in the 2008 economic collapse. The charges ranged from breach of fiduciary duties to [...]

165 Groups Demand GAO Investigation Of Agency Abuse

By Delaware Riverkeeper, www.popularresistance.org -

The Delaware Riverkeeper. Washington, DC - On January 14, Popular Resistance joined the Delaware Riverkeeper Network, hundreds of other organizations and thousands of concerned community members [...]

Duke Energy Pushes Fast-Track For Gas Plant

By Jim Warren, www.popularresistance.org -

By Jim Warren of NC WARN. Durham, NC – Duke Energy responded to our insistence for careful examination of the need for a large gas-fired power plant near Asheville by pressing the NC Utilities [...]

New Year’s Eve Protest Demands Police Reforms In 2016

By John Zangas, www.dcmediagroup.us -

By John Zangas for DC Media Group. Washington, DC — Hundreds rallied in the Chinatown district on New Year’s Eve in protest of police killings of Black women and men over the past year. [...]

NYPD Kelly’s Emails Deleted Before He Left Office

By Stephen Rex Brown, www.nydailynews.com -

By Stephen Rex Brown for Daily News - Press delete. Then repeat. Most of former NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly’s emails on his desktop computer were deleted at the end of his tenure despite an [...]

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