by Beenish Ahmed Oct 13, 2015
“Claiming that the fight is against terrorists does not give any government the right to tear up the laws of war, which specifically protect health workers and facilities,” Widney Brown, of PHR said in a statement.
by Joe Romm Oct 13, 2015
Once again, it's the hottest year on record by far through last month, NASA reports.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Oct 13, 2015
The wealthiest Americans contribute the most to carbon pollution, and yet the poor suffer the brunt of the impacts.
by Carimah Townes Oct 12, 2015
"The most populous state in the country has now taken a stand against the use of this insidious slur in its schools..."
by Natasha Geiling Oct 12, 2015
According to Oxfam, this year's forecasted El Niño could cause trouble for agriculture around the world, leading to extreme food insecurity in some countries.
by Kira Lerner Oct 12, 2015
A Republican lawmaker says parents have complained about lessons on the Five Pillars of Islam.
"Reclaiming the second Monday in October as Indigenous People’s Day makes a powerful statement."
by Casey Quinlan Oct 12, 2015
"This neighborhood is gentrifying and the schools are gentrifying."
by Judd Legum Oct 11, 2015
1,800 people have registered for the protest so far.
by Erica Hellerstein Oct 11, 2015
An attorney for Rice's family called the reports a "charade."