After failing to criminally prosecute any of the financial firms responsible for the market collapse in 2008, former Attorney General Eric Holder is returning to Covington & Burling, a corporate law firm known for serving Wall Street clients.
When Greek voters stood up to a campaign of bullying and intimidation by voting "no" to the new round of creditor demands, they were striking a blow both for democracy and for Europe, Paul Krugman writes in today's column.
Robert Reich says counties should follow Santa Cruz's lead.What exactly does it mean for a big Wall Street bank to plead guilty to a serious crime? Right now, practically nothing.
But it will if California's Santa Cruz County has any say.