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Elizabeth Warren: Regulate Banks to 'Avoid Another Financial Crisis'

The lawmaker wrote that she introduced the Ending Too Big to Jail Act last week “to force law-breaking bankers to trade in their pinstripe suits for orange jumpsuits.”

New Study Debunks Safety Hysteria Over Trans People Using Bathroom Of Choice

Transgender people are disproportionately the victims, not the perpetrators of sexual assault and abuse.

Utilities, Not Consumers are Resisting the Shift to Renewable Energy

In increasing amount of Americans are committed to renewable energy -- even if it means higher utility bills.

Paul Manafort Enters Plea Agreement, Some Charges Dropped in Exchange

Paul Manafort pleaded guilty Friday morning to conspiracy to defraud the United States, concerning money laundering; and obstruction of justice, related to witness tampering.

Mike Pompeo Slammed for Defending Carnage in Yemen

The secretary of state “certified” Wednesday that the U.S.-backed coalition of countries bombing Yemen is doing all it can to prevent civilian casualties.

More Countries Are Basing Policies On 'World Happiness Report' Rankings

An increasing number of countries are striving to improve their standings in a global happiness ranking that serves as an alternative to traditional metrics of success like GDP.

Report: US Officials Discussed Coup Plans With Venezuelan Military Officers

During several closed-door meetings since 2017, the U.S. and leaders of Venezuela's armed forces considered overthrowing President Nicolás Maduro.

Hospitals Create Drug Company To Combat Shortages, Rising Costs

Drugs and medical supplies are often out of stock at U.S. hospitals, increasing expenses for patients and prompting some health-care providers to take action.

Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Accused of Perjury

President Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court lied under oath, newly released documents suggest.

ACLU Offers Plan To Cut US Prison Population In Half

The ACLU says its Smart Justice 50-state blueprints is “the first-ever analysis of their kind (which) will serve as tools for activists, advocates and policymakers.”