Sunday’s news links – Oct. 27, 2019


Divided Auto Workers Vote to Accept GM Contract Payday Report

Union Needed to Remedy Dangers at Amazon Warehouse Labor Press

How Chicago Teachers Are Taking On Wall Street Intercept

Teamsters won’t deliver across Chicago Teachers Union picket lines: ‘Today it’s them, tomorrow it’s us’ Chicago Tribune

Wall Street has been gambling with student loan debt for decades openDemocracy

Fight racism

Oregon police release body cam footage of student arrested for riding her bicycle on the wrong side of the street Oregon Live


A Utility Company Is Scheduled To Shut Off Power To Nearly 3 Million Californians As A Massive Fire Grows Buzzfeed

Utility Expert Claims PG&E Blackouts Are ‘All About Threatening the Judge’ in Bankruptcy Case

While California Fires Rage, the Rich Hire Private Firefighters NYTimes


Hundreds shot and beaten as Chile takes to the streets Guardian

Protesters in Chile disrupt lithium mines with road blockade amid growing anti-government demonstrations RT


Beijing Slams “Slandering, Arrogant” Pence Speech: “Look In The Mirror” And “Get Your Racist House In Order” Tyler Durden


U.S. troops move to eastern Syria to execute oil field protection plan Axios

The Bombers Have Landed: B-1s Arrive in Saudi Arabia as Part of US Buildup

Subprime Auto Loans Blow Up, 60-Day Delinquencies Shoot Past Financial Crisis Peak Wolf Street

Coffee Prices Have Collapsed, Threatening the Livelihood of Millions Across the Global South The Nation

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