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Hanjin Bankruptcy Impacts Thousands of Workers

The Worst May Be Yet to Come By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The bankruptcy announcement of South Korean shipping giant Hanjin on Aug. 31 sent shockwaves...

The Times are Finally a-Changin’:

Obama in Vietnam By James Preston Allen, Publisher “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed,   it’s the...

The Changing Face of America

The new urban pioneers, slavery on the high seas and Trump By James Preston Allen, Publisher San Pedro is once again waiting at the threshold of...

End of the Dream or a New Beginning?

Los Angeles has changed but will it also embrace a new reality? By James Preston Allen, Publisher I remember traveling one hot July day in 1955...

ECHOES OF NAFTA :

Keystone Pipeline Lawsuit Portends Anti-Democratic Decisions By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On Jan. 7, TransCanada, the company behind the recently-rejected Keystone XL pipeline, filed two lawsuits—one...

U.S. Reaches Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: RL NEWS BRIEFS, 10/7/2015

U.S. Reaches Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement On Oct. 5, The White House announced the completion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement— an agreement 10 years in the...

Obama’s TPP

A Secret Deal That Protects Special Interests By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor President Barack Obama turned heads when he appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball on April 21. Obama...

TPP and TTIP Will Give Power to Multinational Corporations

By Peter Mathews   Free Trade and the North American Free Trade Agreement worked very well for the top 1 percent, mostly super rich corporate...

Project Censored 2014:

Read About the News that Didn't Make the News in 2012-2013 By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor On Oct. 1, media watchdog, Project Censored, released its annual...

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