Monday, June 24, 2019

What’s next for the youth climate lawsuit

Despite continued court delays, confidence remains high among the young people suing the government for its support of fossil fuels.
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‘I don’t see any protests:’ Trump cries ‘fake news’ as 75,000 march in London

Thousands took to the streets of London to protest Trump’s visit – a fact that Trump denied on Tuesday, calling the demonstrations “fake news.”

30+ arrested as hundreds of animal rights activists descend on slaughterhouse, locking necks to...

Activists claim cruelty laws are unenforced and whistleblowers are prosecuted instead.

In search of a Green New Foreign Policy

To save ourselves and reduce the United States’ harmful global footprint, we need new thinking, new institutions, and a fundamental reordering of priorities.

This 16-year old is taking the school climate strike to the US Capitol

May 24 is the second global “Fridays for Future” strike modeled after climate activist Greta Thunberg’s weekly demonstrations outside the Swedish parliament building.

#NotInvisible: Groundbreaking legislation tackles epidemic of violence against Indigenous women

"Women are disappearing and dying in Indian country. We must act."

How taxpayers covered a $1,000 liquor bill for Trump staffers (and more) at Trump’s...

A top-shelf, closed-door drinking session. $546-a-night hotel rooms. A special government credit card for Mar-a-Lago. Taxpayers foot the costs – and the president profits.

It’s looking like another failed coup attempt by the US and its puppet Guaidó...

Kudos to the people of Venezuela for standing up for their sovereignty.

Ukraine: Why ‘OU’ lost by a landslide

Ukraine is sick of corruption. Adding to Poroshenko’s corruption, the U.S. brought more corruption.

Looking back at 1919

many of the underlying attitudes and the tone of the immigration argument 100 years ago were strikingly similar to those that roil our society today.