The Truthdig columnist and the Portland-based illustrator and journalist discussed hate crimes, religious extremism and opposition to fascism, as well as Hedges' "CAGED" project.
“I think there may be some symbolism here,” the Democratic presidential candidate ad-libbed when a little bird flew onto his podium at a rally in Portland, Ore., on Friday.
Attendees at the candidate’s largest rally in Portland, Ore., seemed "to understand Sanders’s socialism as a way to reintroduce a simple modicum of humanity into an economic system that has no real cushion [for] those who suffer ill health or simple bad luck,” writes Guardian correspondent Jason Wilson.
America’s expanding oil production threatens the pristine Pacific Northwest region of the country with a rash of new oil terminals along the coast.
As part of an attempt to invest responsibly, officials have announced that the city will let its bonds with the retail giant and documented labor abuser die when a final holding expires in April 2016.
The New York Times on Sunday published a series of maps showing coastal and low-lying areas in the United States that could be permanently flooded as sea levels rise in the coming decades and centuries.
The chemical that helps prevent tooth decay can be found in the tap water of most Americans, but some residents of Portland, Ore., a city that may finally begin adding the stuff to its water supply, strongly oppose the plan.