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How thousands of determined protesters dragged a little-known pipeline into the national spotlight—and convinced the Obama administration to delay its approval.
“Seattle becomes one of the first city governments in the world to declare that the goal of being carbon neutral is desirable, realistic, and attainable.”
What I learned from the hurricane: Real emergency preparedness has more to do with community than canned goods.
Before there were hashtags, 32 years ago, more than a thousand protesters were arrested for trying to shut Wall Street down for a day ...
There are many things you can do to be part of this growing movement—and only some of them involve sleeping outside.
With the eyes of the world on mass protests against corporate control of governments, El Salvador debates a new ban on gold mining.
How did a small protest in lower Manhattan go viral? With more than 50 cities involved, #OccupyWallStreet is already changing the debate.
In Seattle’s quest for carbon neutrality, what role do personal actions play?
By the calendar it’s autumn, but for many it is the beginning of the American Spring.
In Nebraska, the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline is no longer about left versus right.
Troy Davis’ last words before his execution on Wednesday night included this call: The tragedy of American capital punishment must come to an end.
How many times can a corporation break the law and continue to exist? Inside the fight to revoke Massey Energy’s corporate charter.
Brought together by 9/11, three friends of different faiths look for answers about when and why religion leads to violence.
Step by step we can reclaim for Main Street the economic and political power that Wall Street now holds and create a world that truly works for all.
In its risk assessment, is the State Department just taking the developer of the Keystone XL pipeline at its word?
Protesters push Obama to resist the influence of the oil industry and stop the Keystone XL pipeline.
Shannon Hayes reports from Schoharie County, New York, which was hard-hit by Hurricane Irene.
What might a truly new economic vision for America look like? This is my answer framed as the presidential address we must prepare the way for a future president to deliver.
To protect their water supply, Salvadorans are trying to ban corporate gold mining—and facing threats and violence as a result.