I Work For the King of Beers. I’m Paid Like a Peasant

The real reason you should boycott Bud Light

5,000 Teamsters could shut down Anheuser-Busch on March 1st. 99% of the workers at 12 breweries voted to authorize a strike.

One worker told us, “I work for the king, but I get paid like a peasant.”

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Whistleblower Exposes Toxic Culture At Rivian

Exposing systemic sexual misconduct at Amazon’s electric truck manufacturer Rivian, the world’s third most valuable car company.

A whistleblower is exposing systemic sexual misconduct at Amazon’s electric truck manufacturer.

April told us catcalling & sexual harassment were a near-daily occurrence for women—and managers did little to stop it.

Rivian is the world’s third most valuable car company.

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What Liberals Get Wrong About Trump Voters

The Democratic party abandoned working people. These working class candidates are showing how to bring them back.

We sat down with three of the five Democrats in Congress who won in districts that Trump carried: Mary Peltola, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, and Jared Golden.

They told us how they talk with Trump voters, what changes they’d like to see from the Democratic party, and what we can learn from their victories.

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Legal Weed Is Being Ruined By Corporate Greed

Are corporations making weed less cool?!

Weed isn’t even federally legal yet, but giant corporations are already ruining it—for consumers, for workers, and everyone, really.

Huge corporations like Trulieve and Amazon are pushing for a cannabis market free from worker protections or anti-trust laws. Trulieve has a near monopoly already.

We dug into how corporate greed is ruining legal weed.

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Why Going to the Pharmacy Sucks Now

Pharmacists are sick of being overworked, understaffed, and forced to put your life in danger. And now they’re demanding better.

Walgreens and CVS are becoming unbearable for customers and workers — so pharmacists are unionizing.

This fall, they walked out of stores nationwide during “Pharmageddon.”

Pharmacy workers are fed up and organizing to save the industry.

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5 Questions with AOC: Trump, Child Labor, Worker Uprisings

An exclusive interview with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

We sat down with Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez  to talk about Trump, child labor, and the worker uprisings sweeping the country.

“I think labor movements are resurging in a way that actually threatens the status quo. And when you fight power, power fights back.”

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I build cars for a living and I can’t afford to buy one.

An exclusive look inside the union drive at Toyota

Toyota used to host free car giveaways and give workers 12% bonuses. They promised workers would “retire as millionaires.”

Now Toyota workers can’t even afford the cars they make, while the company’s profits have doubled over the past 40 years.

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The End of Overdraft Fees Is Finally Happening

The Biden administration is ending bank overdraft fees as we know them

Under a new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule, overdraft fees at large banks will be strictly regulated and capped as low as $3.

These fees generate billions of annual revenue for banks, while pushing low-income people deeper into debt.

Stopping their predatory scheme will save low-income Americans billions.

We sat down with CFPB Director Rohit Chopra to talk about what’s going on.

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This Lawsuit Could Bring Down Big Oil

For the first time in history, Big Oil could be forced to pay for the damage they’re causing

Big Oil committed one of the biggest corporate crimes in history.

They’ve known for more than 50 years that fossil fuels posed a huge danger to the climate. They covered it up to keep raking in profits.

Now California is suing to make them pay for the damage.

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Why Waffle House Thrives On Violence

Waffle House’s viral brawls are a key part of its business model.

Waffle House’s violent reputation isn’t just getting views — it may actually be selling more waffles.And it’s putting workers’ lives at risk.

Take a look inside Waffle House’s culture of violence and worker exploitation.

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The Hidden Reason Abortion Clinics Are Disappearing

It’s not just the end of Roe v. Wade

Abortion clinics are some of the most difficult and dangerous small businesses to run in the United States.

The problem goes beyond Roe v. Wade being overturned. Abortion providers have been closing for decades.

We traveled to a tiny abortion clinic on the border of Virginia (where abortion is legal) and Tennessee (where it is not) to understand the hidden costs of running a clinic.

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