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Marcia Brown

The Duterte regime plants ‘evidence’ on call center union members who declined to scab when U.S. workers walked off the job. Read more

America and the World

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Unlike other unions over the last 30 years, CWA has continued to strike—and continued to win. Their enduring preparedness starts with something as simple as wearing red. Read more

Working in America

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Introducing our series on how Washington works. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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As the corporate bill mill wanes in influence, large businesses are taking matters into their own hands. Read more

Money, Politics and Power


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Why has one telecom giant hooked up with its chief rival—and what does it portend for their more than 200 million subscribers? Read more

Law and Justice


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The DCCC has blacklisted vendors that work with progressive challengers, but it continues to pay those whose corporate clients work to block policies like net neutrality and Medicare for All. Read more

Money, Politics and Power


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Newsrooms across the country are laying off journalists, because the ad dollars generated from their work all filter up to Big Tech. Read more

Books, Arts and Culture


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Once you understand the tech giants are capturing unguarded human experience, their business makes sense. Read more

Energy and the Environment


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Why those calls on your phone are more than a nuisance Read more

Energy and the Environment


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An American company is busting a call center workers’ union in the Philippines, so the U.S. union of call center workers is helping them out. Read more

America and the World