Saturday, July 13, 2024

Thousands Rally for Chicago Teachers as Banks vs. Schools Battle Rages

"We need the political leadership of the city to know that schools can't keep being the last priority."

How Montanans Stopped the Largest New Coal Mine in North America

The abandonment of the Otter Creek mine project shows that land defenders and climate activists are learning how to take on big energy companies and win.

One Mom Is on a Quest to Bring Organic Products to Babies of Color

The Brown Crayon Project is designed for ‘hair with character and skin with soul.’

A US Media Lost in Propaganda

Vulgar, crude, racist and ultra-sexist though he is, Donald Trump can still see how awful the American mainstream media is.

How Sandra Bland’s Tragic Death Inspired America’s Newest Congressional Caucus

The Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls will push elected officials to prioritize the demographic’s needs.

Pro-GMO Group Crosses Ethical Line

GLP has posted phone numbers, email and home addresses and other personal information about GMO critics.

Bill to Block Mandatory GMO Labeling Advances in Senate

D.C. dysfunction at its finest: Committee passes law that an overwhelming majority of Americans oppose.

Removing Artificial Ingredients Helped Turn Around Cereal Sales

General Mills is selling more Cheerios, Lucky Charms, and other products, reversing losses suffered last year.

Activist Vows to Keep Building Tiny Houses for L.A.’s Homeless

Citing safety concerns, officials keep yanking Elvis Summers’ miniature homes off city streets.