by Jack Jenkins Jul 1, 2016
“These people do feel very insecure, and legitimately afraid for their safety."
by Samantha Page Jul 1, 2016
Fracking operations dump 76 billion gallons of chemical-laced water into the Gulf each year.
by Bryce Covert Jun 30, 2016
The letter urges the EPA to update its rules to be in line with current science and technologies.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jun 30, 2016
Droughts were once considered rare events in the Amazon, but they are increasing.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 30, 2016
Belgium regulators characterize the court ruling as a disservice to citizens.
by Carimah Townes Jun 30, 2016
Seattle police are doing what Congress won't.
by Natasha Geiling Jun 30, 2016
Factory farms create hundreds of millions of tons of manure each year, and that is threatening some of America's most vulnerable bodies of water.
by Emily Atkin Jun 30, 2016
Ryan will allow a vote on a bill to prevent suspected terrorists from buying guns.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 30, 2016
Students who attended colleges owned by the for-profit Corinthian Colleges chain, which released misleading information on job placement claims, had $171 million in student debt wiped out.
by Lindsay Gibbs Jun 30, 2016
The "Save America's Pastime Act" wants to protect the pockets of billionaires.