What if the zombie apocalypse, but in the era of accelerating privatization?
Young people are trying to reclaim their time from the pressures of capitalism.
God forbid we're allowed to enjoy two bites of sugary goodness without getting a taste of late capitalism.
Framing these stories as inspirational pushes us further into a bleak future where debt is inescapable, even in elementary school.
The Sackler family behind OxyContin are accused of brazenly jumpstarting the deadly opioid crisis. In the era of endless scams, elite philanthropy like theirs is hitting roadblocks.
College admissions fraud is a global industry. Just ask these “tutors.”
“You get what you pay for. It’s really as simple as that.”
“We should not be haunted by the specter of being automated out of work.
Lawmakers argue bans on cashless stores could protect tens of millions of Americans without access to credit cards.
The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is in his 30s (!) and personally familiar with the specter haunting young people.
"I felt like my identity or whatever didn't matter to them."
The real question is what took so long for the country to start looking at this stuff more closely.