Friday, July 19, 2019

Seeking continued support for 9/11 victims

September 11th, 2001 will always be a day marked by tragedy and loss for the United States. As clouds of smoke and...

No charges filed against NYPD officer who killed Eric Garner on video

Justice Department officials announced Tuesday that no federal charges would be filed against suspended NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo for directly causing the death of Eric Garner in 2014. Despite the fact that Officer Pantaleo was recorded...

Texas judge convicted of bribery and obstruction

“No one – especially a judge – is above the law.”

The US is quietly opening shelters for babies and young kids. One has 12...

One of the infants is just 2 weeks old and was born in the United States, making the child a U.S. citizen in the custody of the federal refugee agency.

‘We won’: Environmental activists claim victory after Detroit incinerator closes

Citing poor air quality and environmental racism, residents of the majority Black neighborhood surrounding the plant had long fought for its closure.

Philanthropists raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for groundbreaking Climate Emergency Fund

"In order to tackle the problem, we need to first define it accurately and force our leaders to declare a climate emergency."

Monsanto seeks to reverse jury verdict in cancer case they lost

The company also argues that the $2 billion verdict was “unsupported, excessive and unconstitutional.”

The man who helped Jeffrey Epstein secure a plea deal is now responsible for...

US Secretary of labor Alex Acosta oversaw a 'sweetheart deal' for the convicted sex offender.

25 Dallas police officers face disciplinary measures for bigoted social media posts

“We hope this is shifting the conversations in the department away from a them-versus-us mentality and into a community policing mentality.”

Elizabeth Warren urges former FDA head to resign from Pfizer

"This kind of revolving door influence-peddling smacks of corruption."