By Stacy M. Brown Contributing Writer (Special from The Washington Informer) – The employment picture remains grim for teenagers and young adults and the U.S.
By Andrea Robinson Contributing Writer (Special from The Miami Times and New America Media) – The phone rings, and on the other end is an
By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer (NNPA) – Every tax season, consumers across the country hope that when their returns are completed a refund will soon be on the way. Consumers that qualify ... State attorneys general, FTC challenge for-profit colleges on jobs and earnings
By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer (NNPA) – Although the former Corinthian Colleges, once one of the nation’s largest for-profit colleges, closed its doors last year, many of the problems incurred by its ... Labor Department fines popular boudin stop for shorting workers
By Eric Craig Contributing Writer They not only cooked boudin, but cooked the books. William “Billy” Frey, II’s boudin enterprise shorted its workers overtime pay in order to increase its profits. That’s ... 5 things you should know about the FCC’s proposed privacy rules
By Julia Angwin ProPublica Earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission proposed new privacy rules for Internet providers. The proposal was immediately praised by privacy advocates as “a major step forward” and ... Norton to push for investigation into feds spending with Black Press
By Barrington Salmon Contributing Writer (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The federal government, through its various agencies, spends considerable sums of money every year on advertising and representatives from two prominent newspaper organizations are pushing ... Auto dealers charge Blacks, Hispanics higher interest rates on loans
By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer (NNPA News Wire) – In recent months, this column has reported on a series of settlements reached between banks and finance companies with the Consumer Financial ... Huge ‘balance bills’ surprise patients after ER visits
By Susan Buchanan Contributing Writer Last week, state Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon said he has publicly opposed “balance billing” by hospitals during his nine years in office. To control their own costs, ... Cities that get it right on public transportation and a few that don’t
By Emily Logan Contributing Writer (Special Analysis from New America Media) – Americans took a record 10.8 billion transit trips in 2014—the most in 58 years. More cities are realizing the critical ...
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