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Disney heir asks company execs to give 50 percent of bonuses to lowest paid employees.

We love it when powerful people stand up for what’s right.

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Abigail Disney may just be the Disney princess America needs right now. The granddaughter of Walt Disney is calling on executives at the media conglomerate to give 50 percent of their annual bonuses to the lowest paid employees at the company.

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Obamacare prices are set to drop for the first time in 2019.

A good deal that keeps getting better.

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For the past two years, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as “Obamacare,” has slowly gained in popularity among Americans. Most recent polls show that 50% of Americans approve of the healthcare bill and 40% disprove.

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Cardiff Man Helps Homeless Women After They Were Refused Water At McDonald’s

“I’m no saint, but this small act of kindness cost me about £20.”

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It goes without saying that water is a basic human right that should never be denied to anyone. So when a homeless woman named Polly in Cardiff, Wales, was refused a drink at her local McDonald’s recently, a good Samaritan wouldn’t stand for it.

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Founder and president of the Baupost Group Seth Klarman. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images.

After President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, many big-time billionaire donors threatened to close their checkbooks.

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This Interactive Map Reveals The Richest Zip Codes In America

If you want to get to the richest neighborhood in America, you’re going to need a boat.

Atherton, California, home to many Google employees. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.

It stands to reason that, as the United States’ largest cities reside close to its east and west coasts, that the distribution of the country’s richest neighborhoods would follow a similar pattern. It’s still kind of surprising, however, to see that 9 of the 10 most affluent zip codes in America are in coastal states.

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Confederate Statues Aren’t The Only Monuments At Risk Right Now

In the fight to protect public lands, billions of dollars hang in the balance.

As the debate rages on over whether to remove or keep Confederate statues, the Trump administration is stealthily targeting monuments of a different sort: the public lands and parks that prevent America from becoming one giant parking lot.

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