An exhaustive New York Times report finds that the administration's industry-friendly policies have impacted communities nationwide.
In a revealing new interview, the Vermont senator says we are ignoring runaway income inequality at our grave peril.
After a blue wave election, Republicans have seen their majorities in state and federal government dissolve. Now they're throwing a fit.
Two years after the media left, hundreds of "water protectors" who participated in protests over the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota struggle to rebuild their lives.
A celestial traffic accident 65 million years ago might provide a lesson about the climate damage now being done by humanity.
The Keystone spill in South Dakota and approval for the Keystone XL in Nebraska have galvanized indigenous people and their allies.
Establishing public banks can help stop acquisition by megabanks and keep credit flowing in local economies.
Dakota Access pipeline protesters are seeing the charges against them dropped, while activists in Canada celebrate the abandonment of a large pipeline project.
A federal judge deems safety evaluations of the Dakota Access pipeline insufficient and orders the Army Corps of Engineers to reconsider its analysis.