The glyphosate residues showing up in food are surprising and worrisome.
Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk clearly care more about their profits than their patients. It’s time to end their greed.
Have a question about the militarization of policing near Dakota Access pipeline construction? Here’s who to call, starting with Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier.
A Standing Rock Sioux tribal member says he saw the man driving down Highway 1806 toward the main resistance camp with an AR-15 rifle on the passenger side of his truck.
For WHO and its partners, this series of measures to achieve a reduction of pollutants could significantly reduce the number of annual deaths from air pollution.
The Sacred Stone Camp told Snopes they are not behind the tactic but pointed out it was a “great way to express solidarity” with the pipeline protest.
Too many of us whine and grieve that we are losing everything—but do nothing to stop it and just go along.
The fight for Prop 61 in California could be a watershed moment in American health care.
Democrats’ political prospects will suffer if they cling to Obamacare’s less popular and less effective provisions.
Hakim’s conclusion, he points out, is similar to a report from the National Academy of Sciences that found GMO crops have not, to date, increased actual yields and should not be exclusively relied upon to meet long-term food security needs.