Over 300,000 Coastal U.S. Homes Could Flood Every Two Weeks Just 30 Years from Now, Report Says

Over 300,000 Coastal U.S. Homes Could Flood Every Two Weeks Just 30 Years from Now, Report Says

At a Glance More than 300,000 coastal U.S. homes could be flooded regularly by high tides in the next 30 years, a new study finds. The culprit is sea level rise fueled by climate change, which is expected to cause “sunny day” flooding with more regularity in the coming decades. Under a worst-case scenario, these high-tide floods could happen once every two weeks along much of the U.S. coastline. More than 300,000 homes along the United States coastline could face…

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Richard Wolff on Trump’s Tax Cuts, etc.

Richard Wolff on Trump’s Tax Cuts, etc.

Indeed, nearly all of the stock ownership in the U.S. is concentrated among the richest. According to Wolff’s data, the top 20 percent of Americans owned 92 percent of the stocks in 2013. Put another way: Eighty percent of Americans together owned just 8 percent of all stocks.