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In Some Cases of Elder Abuse, Banks Facilitated Financial Exploitation

Legal guardians appointed for the elderly don’t always have their wards’ interests in mind and are able to steal thousands with the support of judicial and economic systems. 

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Writings on the Wall

Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s new book fights the dangerous complacency of American discourse on race and social justice, and is clearly inspired by all that the Trump phenomenon has unleashed.

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Portraying the Mexican-American Experience in Six Hours

“A Mexican Trilogy: An American Story” is an epic production for the Latino Theater Company’s epic anniversary: telling the stories of its often-ignored community for 30 years.

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With His New Film, Greg Palast Races to Save the 2016 Election Before It’s Stolen (Video)

For the investigative journalist, the 2000 election was only the beginning, not exactly serving as a safeguard to ensure that similar trouble—and more—won’t happen again. Far from it.

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A Walkable Utopian City on the U.S.-Mexico Border

While Donald Trump wants to build a wall between the U.S. and Canada, Hillary Clinton wants to build bridges—and Mexican architect Fernando Romero has envisioned one.

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Transborder Immigrant Tool Series: Cottonwoods and Animal Tracks Will Lead to Water in the Desert

The seventh poem in “The Desert Survival Series / La serie de sobrevivencia del desierto” explains how clusters of cottonwood trees indicate a nearby spring, a crucial tip to surviving the desert border crossing between Mexico and the United States.

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How the World Breaks

Welcome to the new frontier—a place where intensifying catastrophes driven by climate change have already forced people around the world to make life-altering decisions.

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Politics at Emmys: Jeb Bush Joins Uber, ‘Transparent’s’ Jill Soloway Calls TV Show a ‘Revolution’

Here’s one surprising, trending catchphrase from Sunday night’s event at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles: “Topple the patriarchy!”

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A Subtler Oliver Stone Is Back in Top Form With ‘Snowden’

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s quietly gripping performance, complemented by Stone’s smartly subdued direction, makes for a top-notch treatment of the former National Security Agency contractor’s real-life suspense story.

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‘Class of ’27’ Shows How Politicians and Mainstream Media Fail Rural America

The documentary series, which explores educational systems in rural communities across the United States, highlights the effects of poverty often overlooked in our political dialogue.

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