School Privatization Lobby Places Fake News on Local Stations

On a weekly basis over the last three years, an arm of the national school privatization lobbying group the American Federation for Children has been producing fake news segments and distributing them to local news stations. The stations often air …

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Stealing Children to Steal the Land

Last month, the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation uncovered a mass grave of 215 children on the grounds of a former residential school in British Columbia, Canada.
This week on Intercepted: Naomi Klein speaks with residential school survivor Doreen Manuel …

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State Attorney moving to river in what could be $108 million lease

Leaky bathrooms, malfunctioning air conditioning, faulty elevators, and a flooded parking garage. Those are some things that staff at State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s office will say goodbye to in about six months, when they move into new space at …

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Programs target uses of curb space other than parking

The pandemic we just lived through caused deep changes not only in the health and economic sectors, but also in transportation. As local enterprises had to reinvent ways they do business, mobility dynamics changed as well, posing new challenges to …

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Baptist Health creates program to meet doctors’ stress

With an increase of patient loads and long hours being contributing factors to mental and physical health issues among healthcare workers, Baptist Health South Florida has launched a new initiative to prioritize and address those issues.
Responding to the high …

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Air urban mobility set to take off in Miami

The Miami Parking Authority and the Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works are already thinking about how to integrate emerging urban air mobility into the transportation ecosystem in Miami. 
Air mobility of passengers is closer than we might …

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