The fourth week of the growing Poor People's Campaign kicks off in Lansing, Mich., with protests for universal health care and against ecological devastation.
Assurances from the state of Michigan and the Environmental Protection Agency that the city’s water is now safe are questionable at best.
Trumponomics is a thin veneer of an excuse for giving America’s rich, such as billionaire Carl Icahn, whatever they want, while sticking it to everyone else. (At left, a drawing of Icahn.)
Injustice hunting has become the new favorite pastime of Americans instead of addressing the problems at their roots.
The new count, filed after a number of other people had been charged in the case, is the one most closely linked to the human toll of the public health emergency. (Update) The new count, filed after a number of other people had been charged in the case, is the one most closely linked to the human toll of the public health emergency. (Update)
The lead in Flint’s water has taken a physical and mental toll on residents, and the water remains tainted.
Artists explore unconscious bias and its consequences in a group exhibit in Cupertino, Calif.
Advocates and residents express concern that officials are rushing to declare the city's water supply safe.
Michigan action shouldn't come at expense of endangered species protection in California, "but that is the result of the partisan games at play," according to the Natural Resources Defense Council.