by Samantha Page Mar 29, 2016
A new coalition of attorneys general from across the United States has pledged to combat climate change -- by investigating fossil fuel companies, to start.
by Alan Pyke Mar 24, 2016
Portland will spend $30 million building new housing and trying to prevent people from becoming homeless in the first place. But the plan also adopts a thornier idea.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 24, 2016
A bill being debated in the Oregon legislature would require two of the state's biggest utilities to cut coal by 2030 and double renewable energy by 2050.
by Judd Legum Feb 10, 2016
Is this the end?
by Judd Legum Jan 28, 2016
Not with a bang but a whimper.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jan 27, 2016
Major outlets are still going easy on the armed occupiers.
by Judd Legum Jan 15, 2016
Two weeks later, an arrest.
by Alan Pyke Jan 15, 2016
A fake judge, a potential citizens' "grand jury," and the rising possibility of actual bloodshed in Oregon all stem from a bizarre ideology that's more often used by people trying to avoid paying taxes.
by Laurel Raymond & Jenny Rowland -- Guest Contributor Jan 12, 2016
So far, the estimated cost of the occupation has climbed over 1.2 million.
by Alex Zielinski & Alan Pyke Jan 11, 2016
“We have a system of laws put in place for reasons. You get engaged if you don’t like the laws to try and change them. You don’t hold a standoff.”