"They take advantage of those folks who want to come to the United States, even by illegal means, for a better way of life. They make slaves out of them. Of course, if they happen to be young girls, then they make sex slaves out of them, as well." read more
From Florida to California, the business of sex for sale is thriving on both the street and on the internet, resulting in a $32 billion industry. With an estimated 4.5 million people trapped in forced sexual exploitation around the world, it's an epidemic which is rarely discussed. Throughout the month of June, MSNBC will expose the dark... read more
In 2009, San Francisco implemented a policy mandating that residents compost their food waste. That year, the EPA estimated that over 97% of municipalities’ discarded food was ending up in either landfills or incinerators. Besides being an undeniably shameful amount of food to waste (tens of millions of tons) in a country where millions go... read more
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