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Consumer Agency Alleges Whole Foods Has ‘Worst Case of Mislabeling’

From 80 extra cents for a package of pecan panko to a $14.84 overcharge on coconut shrimp, Whole Foods Market may be living up to its widely used nickname, “Whole Paycheck.”

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CEO Pay at Top U.S. Companies Up 54 Percent Since Start of Recovery

The average American worker would have to toil for about five weeks, with no days off, to earn what a CEO makes in an hour.

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French Taxi Drivers Strike Over Uber

Taxi drivers are following a time-honored French tradition to register their discontent about Uber’s ride-sharing business pushing in on their means of making a living: They’re striking.

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Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies

UPDATED: In a major victory for the Obama administration, the Supreme Court has ruled to uphold the federal subsidies that help nearly 6.4 million people pay for their health care.

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Columbia Becomes the First Major University to Divest From For-Profit Prison Companies

Though it’s questionable why Columbia University decided to buy more than 230,000 shares of the biggest private prison company in the U.S. in the first place, on Monday it announced it not only gave up those shares but that it will no longer invest in such businesses.

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Number of U.S. Homeowners Hits 20-Year Low

In 2014, the rate of Americans who own their homes slid for the 10th consecutive year, to 64.5 percent—the lowest level in 20 years, according to a report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University.

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European Authorities Ask America to Let Edward Snowden Come Home to a Fair Trial

The Council of Europe declared its support of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday and called on the European Union to offer whistleblowers asylum from “retaliation in their home countries.”

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SCOTUS Might Be About to Mess With the Fair Housing Act

While we’re all waiting for the Supreme Court to make some historic calls about key issues like gay marriage, here’s another big one to keep in focus: racial discrimination in housing.

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: ‘I Apologize to the Victims’ of Boston Marathon Bombing (Updated)

Following a series of emotionally charged testimonials from survivors and relatives of victims of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, convicted co-perpetrator Dzhokhar Tsarnaev publicly apologized to them all during a court hearing at which he waited to be officially sentenced to death. Updated

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New Details About Drone Attacks Reported From Documents Leaked by Snowden

The New York Times on Wednesday reported details about American counterterrorism officials’ use of drone strikes in countries such as Yemen, as well as the working relationship between intelligence agencies in the U.S. and the U.K.

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