by Bryce Covert May 26, 2016
"Despite the international success of the members, [they] are consistently paid less than similarly situated members of the United States Men's National Team for doing the same job, regardless of the performance of the teams."
A minimum wage worker who wants to afford a two-bedroom apartment has to hold down nearly three full-time jobs.
by Alan Pyke May 25, 2016
A white professional politician who was in diapers when John Lewis got his skull broken by Alabama state troopers just tried to hijack Lewis' legacy in order to undermine poverty programs.
by Bryce Covert May 25, 2016
"Walmart claims to have a gold star policy... But we know it's far from the reality."
Rather than fix the problem of backlogged applications, agency employees say they were forced to forge data.
by Alan Pyke May 24, 2016
One of the government's few successful prosecutions of a bank for mortgage fraud just fell apart more than two years after a jury convicted Bank of America.
by Bryce Covert May 24, 2016
"No cheating, and no pushing the risks on taxpayers," Warren said.
by Casey Quinlan May 24, 2016
A student was handcuffed and will have to appear in juvenile court after an accusation he stole milk. He was on the free lunch program. He's still going to court.
Even at the heart of the Pentagon itself, a contractor is depriving workers of their rights.
by Bryce Covert May 23, 2016
55 people who couldn't afford bail died while waiting for their trials in the Harris County Jail.