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12 days ago
.@ProPublica has obtained IRS data on thousands of America’s wealthiest people, providing an unprecedented look inside the finances of titans like Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates & Mark Zuckerberg. (Thread)
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This is a story about a police officer who decided NOT to shoot a black man, and instead attempted to de-escalate. Then another officer arrived & fatally shot the man. The police department fired one of these officers. https://t.co/iYr11zyrHk
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57 minutes ago
In the @LastWeekTonight story about the risks of PACE loans to homeowners, @iamjohnoliver highlighted a recent @propublica piece on Missouri PACE borrowers who could lose their homes. https://t.co/nQJRftDWBA https://t.co/rq0VlaPdlL
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How one man went from attending President Barack Obama’s inauguration to dying in the mob protesting Donald Trump’s election loss during the Capitol insurrection. https://t.co/1RNaQm11mO
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2 hours ago
Some sheriffs throw “childish” tantrums after losing reelection. Our investigation w/ @reckonalabama found: - Govt-issued phones with holes drilled in them - 40 lbs of rice down the drain - Wasted and pocketed public $ Apparently, it’s a tradition. https://t.co/Z4bnDdhPd3
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3 hours ago
In August, Reffitt drove to a BLM demonstration in Mississippi, hoping to surveil a particular activist and, according to his family, place a GPS tracking device on the man’s car. He abandoned the plan when he wasn’t sure he had the right vehicle. https://t.co/P1LA3aDpB9
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“There’s no farming here: We’re a sandbar, for Christ’s sake,” said the mayor of one NJ Shore town whose home address was used to obtain a $20,567 pandemic loan for a fake cattle ranch dubbed "Beefy King." https://t.co/lhsNpNgd7q
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6 hours ago
Since the Trump administration deregulated the health insurance industry, there’s been an explosion of short-term plans that leave patients with surprise bills and providers with huge revenue. https://t.co/p39ieQqcFr
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8 hours ago
Greene made the ad with Rick Shaftan, a consultant whose company handled ads for Greene’s campaign and works with a gun activism group closely aligned with the freshman lawmaker. Some in the GOP have cut ties to Shaftan over his history of racist remarks. https://t.co/AlA5ksuN2E
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9 hours ago
When Jay’s pulmonologist recommended a nebulizer, Medicaid said no. The family needed extra feeding tubes for Jay’s gastrostomy, in which a port is inserted directly into the stomach to provide nutrition. Medicaid said no. https://t.co/mWiZrJ8UT9
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12 hours ago
The top tax bracket is 37%, but the 25 richest Americans paid an average of 15.8% on their reported income from 2014 to 2018: https://t.co/4beoJDToYr https://t.co/FYO6vt5pP7
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12 hours ago
How do some of America’s ultra-rich live luxurious lives while claiming little to no taxable income? A little tax strategy dubbed “Buy, Borrow, Die” https://t.co/JJEGpJdBCy
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13 hours ago
We’re reporting on how the ultrawealthy avoid taxes, exploit loopholes, lobby for lower rates and escape scrutiny. We are looking for both specific tips and broader expertise. Here’s how to get in touch securely: https://t.co/UPsjlTDfg1
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14 hours ago
While medical debt owed by individuals is often just a small sliver of a hospital’s overall revenue—as little as 0.03% of annual receipts—those medical bills can cause devastating financial burdens to working families. https://t.co/OcnFyCgE7Z
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15 hours ago
When reporter Catherine Rentz found a 1983 article about a student who was raped and murdered, she immediately recognized the similarities to crimes committed by a serial perpetrator she’d been investigating. https://t.co/yYFoNzqWZW
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