11 hrs ago
Is Paris' Pollution Getting Worse Than Beijing's?
Air pollution has reached extreme levels in the French capital, prompting the government to take desperate measures; an American pastor is partly to blame for the passing of Uganda's anti-gay law; meanwhile, the Occupy Wall Street organizers have launched a political party.
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17 hrs ago
The Japan Times
Good year to sell to the mega-rich
The rich are getting richer, according to the latest Wealth Report, a report on the world's super-rich published annually by property management firm, Knight Frank.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Peter Schiff says U.S. economy is 'screw up', in a bubble
You Got this Occupy Wall Street crowd that wants to have a communist revolution, says investment guru and outspoken defender of free enterprise Peter Schiff, but hopefully we can have more of a free-market second American revolution and understand all... Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital, is quite bearish on the United States economy ... (more)
Thu Mar 13, 2014
War Is A Crime
Out of Occupy, a New Populist Political Party Forms
Carl Gibson, co-founder of U.S. Uncut, is joining with other Occupy Wall Street organizers to launch a new populist political party.
The Huffington Post
Chris Christie Hecklers Ejected From Town Hall Meeting
Six hecklers have been ejected from a town hall with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after shouting about a political payback scandal that has ensnared his administration.
United to add tarmac transfers via Mercedes at SFO
In a move bound to draw howls of protest from the Occupy Wall Street crowd, and squeals of delight from a lucky few frequent travelers, United is bringing its Mercedes-Benz tarmac transportation service to San Francisco International , offering Global Services members "greater comfort and convenience throughout their travel experience."
Rise of Seattle Socialist Gives Occupy Movement a Rare Victory
The Tea Party feted its five-year anniversary last month with three U.S. senators it helped elect, two of them presidential contenders.
Launch PARTY: The New Edition of the Debt Resisters Operation Manual
Strike Debt New York City has completed its work on the 2nd edition of the Debt Resistors' Operations Manual .
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Elmgreen and Dragset Weigh in on Marfa Madness, Alleged Vandal Responds
Elmgreen and Dragset, the duo behind the recently defaced conceptual storefront "Prada Marfa," have condemned the vandalism in a statement to the Art Newspaper published earlier today.
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Why Wal-Mart and Unions Should Learn to Get Along
In January, the hacktivist network Anonymous leaked internal Wal-Mart Stores Inc. documents pertaining to the company's labor relations policies to the activist group Occupy Wall Street .
Spirit of Jefferson Advocate
Say, just whatever happened to - divided we fall'?
When Freedom Industries let spill 10,000 gallons of licorice-smelling goo into the Elk River, many were the diagnoses that sought to explain why West Virginians would put up with such an ecological travesty.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Flobots classroom project takes off in Denver
Drew Elder, a senior vice president of the investment firm Janus, is more familiar with the cello than with Chuck D. And while it might seem like Elder and the Flobots would be natural opponents, they've come together to form an unlikely partnership.
National Public Radio
Flobots Classroom Project Takes Off In Denver
The Flobots, a Denver hip-hop band that gained fame with the hit single "Handlebars," are known for social activism and supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement.
US News & World Report
Occupy Hong Kong Wants China to Keep Its Voting Rights Promise
But in this case, the "occupying" is not associating itself with the Occupy Wall Street of recent years.
Inter Press Service
The Rich Complain That we do not Love Them
Roberto Savio, founder and president emeritus of the Inter Press Service news agency and publisher of Other News, writes on rich new ways.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
Kevin Roose's Book About Young Wall Streeters Has Been Optioned For a TV Show
Roose, a business and technology writer for New York Magazine, followed eight young bankers and traders and documented their travails - the 100-hour workweeks, all-nighters, parties, and Occupy Wall Street-esque moral dilemmas.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
The Motley Fool
You Won't Believe Where the Biggest Banks Keep Their Money
The four biggest banks in America are household names, but it turns out where they store all their money will likely shock you.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Kansas City Star
'Godspell' gets the Egads treatment at the Off Center Theatre
OK, maybe it's just me, but aren't "Godspell," "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "Hair" really just one big show? "Godspell" runs through March 23 at the Off Center Theatre at Crown Center.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Millennial Generation Is Proving to Be the Most Politically Independent Yet
Millennials-those born between roughly 1980 and 1995 , also known as Gen Y-are largely in favor of marijuana legalization and same-sex marriage .