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Transcript: WSJ’s Interview with Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester

Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, sat down for an interview with The Wall Street...

The Fed Just Inched Closer To Raising Interest Rates

The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will keep interest rates at or near zero for now, but implied it...

N.J. ACLU, others sue federal agency in brewing eminent domain controversy

The Star-Ledger - December 5, 2013, by Eunice Lee - The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey and the Brooklyn-...

[created] | Published by: The Philadelphia Citizen

Fixing the Shift

Fixing the Shift

Hard on the heels of the Fight for $15 minimum wage campaign, a group that has won legislation or regulation changes...

The Philadelphia Citizen | Restoring a Fair Workweek

What working moms really need for Mother's Day this year

When Mother's Day became a national holiday in the U.S. more than a century ago, women were a relative rarity in the...

Hillary Clinton just endorsed serious Federal Reserve reform

Hillary Clinton embraced an ambitious proposal for reforming the Federal Reserve on Wednesday, according to a statement...

CPD's Connie Razza Joins MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry to Discuss the Strength of the Dollar

Melissa Harris-Perry - March 22, 2015 - How does the strength or weakness of the dollar affect average Americans?...

[created] | Published by: K-12 News Network

Charter Schools Are Failing and Our Democracy Pays the Price

Charter Schools Are Failing and Our Democracy Pays the Price

Taxpayer dollars are filling the bank accounts of those who manage charter schools which is evident as research by In...

K-12 News Network | Organizing for Education Justice
[created] | Published by: El Diario

NY furioso con plan tributario aprobado por el Senado

NY furioso con plan tributario aprobado por el Senado

Las principales autoridades y activistas de Nueva York rechazaron este sábado el plan tributario aprobado en la...

El Diario | Civic Engagement
[created] | Published by: Retail Dive

New York City considers ban of on-call scheduling in retail

New York City considers ban of on-call scheduling in retail

Dive Brief: The New York City Council on Tuesday introduced a package of bills that would ban on-call scheduling and...

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Nearly 70% of immigrants in detention are unrepresented in immigration courts—even during a time where access to publicly funded …

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Defund the police. https://t.co/pebgsxz6jS

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