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Many millennials are worse off than their parents -- a first in American history

Many millennials are worse off than their parents — a first in American history

On paper, it looks like Scott Larsen is doing better than his father was at the same age. But he’s not even close. The chances of him buying a home are very slim. The system currently extracts all the borrowing potential from the millennials through student loans that could have gone towards … Continue reading Many millennials are worse off than their parents — a first in American history

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Corporate America Has Found a Way to Turn a Profit Off Being Green

Corporate America Has Found a Way to Turn a Profit Off Being Green

(Bloomberg) — It’s time to stop crediting corporate sustainability efforts as acts of altruism. For big business, protecting the environment often means padding the bottom line.Nike Inc. has come up with a way to weave more efficiently, reducing the raw material and labor time needed to make each shoe The whole movement … Continue reading Corporate America Has Found a Way to Turn a Profit Off Being Green

U.S. takes major step toward oil drilling in Alaska wildlife refuge - Reuters

U.S. takes major step toward oil drilling in Alaska wildlife refuge – Reuters

The Department of the Interior on Thursday issued the final environmental study for its plan to open up drilling in ANWR, a 19 million-acre area that is home to wildlife populations including Porcupine caribou, polar bears and millions of birds that migrate to six of the seven continents. Why are we taking … Continue reading U.S. takes major step toward oil drilling in Alaska wildlife refuge – Reuters

Opinion: We analyzed 53 years of mass shooting data. Attacks aren’t just increasing, they’re getting deadlier – Los Angeles Times

The Odessa and Midland, Texas, mass shooting further confirms what’s disturbingly clear: Attacks are becoming more frequent and are getting deadlier. Source: Opinion: We analyzed 53 years of mass shooting data. Attacks … Continue reading Opinion: We analyzed 53 years of mass shooting data. Attacks aren’t just increasing, they’re getting deadlier – Los Angeles Times