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December 2, 2016

Here's The "Safe Schools" Of The 1970s

The revolutionary Australian book Young, Gay, and Proud made waves in the late ‘70s, and the coverage should look awfully familiar.

Slow Cooker Beef Stew

Take back your time with this scrumptious tender beef stew.

Texas Appeals Court Halts Yet Another Execution

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals stayed another execution after concerns over the mental competency of an inmate. This year will have Texas's fewest executions in more than two decades.

Poem: "A New National Anthem" By Ada Limón

"Every song of this country / has an unsung third stanza, something brutal / snaking underneath us as we blindly sing / the high notes..."

Feds Probe Prison Banker As NYC Leaders Try To Cap Its High Fees

The government’s consumer finance watchdog has subpoenaed prison banker JPay Inc., which charges steep fees to transfer money from inmates’ families into their prison accounts. New York City’s public advocate wants to cap those fees, which burden poor families seeking to buy toiletries and other basic needs for locked-up relatives.

Zenefits Lost $200 Million Last Year

The embattled startup is awash in red ink, with an additional $100 million loss in the first half of the current fiscal year, according to a financial document shared with investors.

Instacart Is Being Sued By Its Workers

People who work for Instacart as independent contractors are suing the company, claiming they're owed money in lieu of the minimum wage, overtime and benefits they would have received had they been full employees.

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