Pro-fracking members of the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission were silent when a farmer and former pipeline worker invited them to drink water contaminated with chemicals used in the petroleum and natural gas extraction process.
Cancer, Parkinson's and infertility--these are just some of the diseases and health problems that a new study says may be linked to heavy use of the world's most popular herbicide.
A single 75-year-old Indiana soybean farmer in rural southwestern Indiana is taking on the multibillion dollar agricultural giant over the issue of who controls the rights to seeds planted in the ground.
In this week?s collection of our favorite videos: Bush talks nonsense; a mayor courageously speaks out against the war; Pat Buchanan longs for the white America he grew up in; Stewart and Colbert address the idol-worshipers of television; and Keith Olbermann gives Rumsfeld a Murrow-style smackdown.
Check out the best of this week's Truthdig-flavored videos In this installment: Joe Scarborough asks "Is Bush an ?idiot??? Jon Stewart mocks RNC Chair Ken Mehlman's new "Adapt and Win" talking points; Va Sen George Allen steps in a heaping pile of "macaca," and more.