A highly radioactive oil and gas facility has become a party spot in Marion County.
"Ahead of next year's elections," a new study concludes, "it is critical that states take steps to ensure that elections remain free from violence."
Nearly 90% of the Australian population supports the journalist’s safe return to his native country, says Greens Sen. David Shoebridge.
Wounds of War
Telling central truths about the Vietnam War is a basic threat to the U.S. war machine.
A tale of two families in photos.
Photojournalist Michael Nigro recounts the stories of two Ukranian families impacted by the war. One family fled to Poland, the other stayed.
Thomas has attended at least two Koch donor summits, putting him in the extraordinary position of having helped a political network that has brought multiple cases before the Supreme Court.
It’s time to flip the game upside down and end green colonialism by requiring a southernization of the north — forcing the latter to reduce its consumption of energy.
Speaking to the UN General Assembly, Miguel Díaz-Canel stressed the need for "changes that can no longer be postponed."
More than half of discretionary spending goes to the military. Only a tiny fraction addresses the most urgent threat to our security.
After hundreds killed and thousands jailed, the hijab is still mandatory in Iran.
Celebrating victories and decrying injustices, the march was a rallying cry for Indigenous rights.
The Census Bureau plans to test questions about sexual orientation and gender identity in the American Community Survey next year.
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