Monday, May 22, 2017
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Rover pipeline owner disputing millions owed after razing historic Ohio home

Energy Transfer Partners finds itself embattled anew over the preservation of historic sites, this time in Ohio.

A Catholic nun on what it really means to be pro-life

A moral world is one whose societies realize that none of us can manage alone without the help of those who believe that every life is as important as their own.

Anti-corporate protesters drown out Democratic Party Chair Tom Perez with chants of “liar!”

Fault lines in the party were on full display as the California Democratic Convention got off to a dramatic start.

The paper company threatening ancient boreal forests – and activists and journalists

Resolute Forest Products provides the paper for the nation’s biggest newspapers and publishers. So it’s up to independent media to speak out.

Warren skewers Mnuchin for doublespeak on breaking up banks

What does it mean to be in favor of 21st century Glass-Steagall if it doesn’t mean breaking apart banks?

6 banks behind the Mountain Valley Pipeline

The pipeline threatens communities’ drinking water, pristine forests, farms and historic places.

But wait, U.S. Bank has not stopped funding pipelines

Despite announcing its intent to stop pipeline project loans, U.S. Bank still gives massive amounts of general financing to oil giants who build pipelines. Will it stop that?

The progressive movement just scored a huge win in Philly’s DA race

Larry Krasner’s victory was a referendum on Trump as well as on a whole host of issues that predate the president: immigrant rights, the war on drugs and mass incarceration.

The Bradley Foundation’s secret war on gay marriage and liberal sex

The Bradley Foundation thinks it can use money to “reshape” a nation’s thinking about marriage and family.
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Activists sue to block plans to bury 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste near...

Residents are fighting the permit issued by the California Coastal Commission to store the millions of pounds of nuclear waste within 100 feet of the ocean.