God help us if the president figures out the National Guard can legally be deployed for law enforcement purposes inside the U.S.
The legislation restricts early voting and weakens the incoming Democratic governor and attorney general.
The documentarian reminds movie audiences that impeachment alone cannot cure the nation's myriad ills.
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.
Advocates and residents express concern that officials are rushing to declare the city's water supply safe.
The filmmaker and activist calls the president’s upcoming visit to the beleaguered Michigan town “too little too late.”
In 2008, a Michigan environmental official told lead test technicians to "bump out" sky-high lead results by collecting more clean water samples.
Two employees of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and one city employee have been charged in Flint's lead-contamination disaster.
He's unlikely to face criminal charges for the Flint contamination crisis, and he might not suffer from any of the pending lawsuits. Even so, the future could bring a certain kind of justice.
A USA Today investigation finds 350 schools and day-care centers failed lead tests about 470 times from 2012 through 2015.