With Trump poised to sign into law, resolution will dismantle 'years of privacy protection that people have had in this country'
Americans rallied against the GOP to defend their right to healthcare, Democrats are being urged to seize on the moment.
A 'bipartisan wild goose chase' on Capitol Hill made for great comedy on Thursday, except that it seems to be part of a House leadership plan to keep their Obamacare repeal in the shadows.
Moves come amid growing concern that Trump and his appointees will suppress scientific innovation and research to advance their own ideological agenda
"All Americans, should be outraged that President Trump is gutting federal programs and funneling their taxpayer dollars into the hands of less-regulated private companies who answer to their corporate shareholders and not the American people."
Many are hoping that the same organized outrage that lead to the Republicans' backtrack on the ethics rule change can also pressure lawmakers to rethink other unpopular—and outlandish—policies.
When asked their opinion on healthcare, Trump voters "sounded as much like Bernie Sanders supporters"
President-elect could present a waiver, to the tune of $150 million, if Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson balks at selling stock.
"Does Rex Tillerson understand that democracy, the Earth's climate, and human rights matter more than profits and petroleum?"
"Stay away. Will be ugly," one former Bush official advised after an exchange with Trump's transition team
"It is an embarrassment, I think, to the entire Democratic Party that millions of white working-class people decided to vote for Mr. Trump."
Even worse, the biggest food company in the world gets to pump that water at no cost.
"The courageous workers who brought this suit forced one of the world's most powerful companies to take responsibility for the way it treats us."
A nation mourns a figure, described by many as 'a leading advocate for a more just and equal society'
Donald Trump's inner circle said to be a "'who's who' of zealous anti-animal welfare activists"
Transition to ICANN goes ahead despite fear-mongering crusade led by Ted Cruz and other Republican lawmakers
More than 50 tribes signed on to the historic treaty alliance, banding together for the sake of their health and planet.
In exclusive sit-down with The Nation, former presidential contender opens up about his successes, fears, and the fight going forward
Sources close to the senator say he will be campaigning on behalf of some centrist Democrats to advance progressive agenda.
The hypocrisy of Republican lawmakers is on display following Louisiana disaster.