In one of his most impassioned monologues to date, the "Last Week Tonight" host demands that municipal violations stop being used as a means to feed off our most vulnerable citizens.
A new poll finds significant backing for expanding the post office's offerings to include financial transactions, with 44 percent of those surveyed favoring the idea.
First Quebec’s government outlawed dissent with its notorious Bill 78, which galvanized hundreds of thousands of Canadians in the struggle against university tuition hikes. Now Russia's parliament has approved legislation fining demonstrators more than $9,000 and organizers as much as $18,000.
Two years after a series of gambles and ill-advised decisions on a BP drilling project led to the largest accidental oil spill in United States history and the death of 11 workers on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, no one has been held accountable.
New rules curbing credit card company shenanigans took effect Sunday, as restrictions on “unreasonable late payment and other penalty fees” will now block the companies from charging excessive levies if users, to cite just one choice example, do not use their cards.
OxyContin, also known as "hillbilly heroin," is an effective drug for pain sufferers but also a highly coveted addictive opiate. Just ask Rush Limbaugh. Now the company that makes "Oxy" will have to pay $634.5 million in Justice Department fines for claiming that the painkiller, which has been linked to hundreds of overdose deaths, is less addictive and subject to abuse than the competition.