"Exxon applied for waiver from sanctions on Russia. Among departments who must approve: State Department, run by company's ex-CEO"
Attempting to revive healthcare repeal, White House officials propose even harsher legislation to appease far-right Freedom Caucus
"Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) filed a 'resolution of inquiry' that amounts to the first legislative step toward impeachment"
Guadalupe García de Rayos, a mother of two and resident of Phoenix for over 20 years, was unceremoniously taken away from her family as Trump's immigration crackdown begins
Donald Trump's inaugural committee has raised a record $100 million from private donors
"This is something that will go down in history and is a blessing for all indigenous people."
'In essence, United Technologies took Trump hostage and won. And that should send a shock wave of fear through all workers across the country.'
New wave of progressives, led by figures such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), gathers strength as right-wing government looms
Energy Transfer Partners chose Election Day to announce plans to drill under the Missouri River, flouting Obama Administration request and ongoing Indigenous protests
"The actions of the North Dakota Police force are not just a violation of the climate, but a violation of the constitution."
New research predicts rise of up to 9° Celsius within next several thousand years—surpassing most other predictions.
The power of corporations is so great within our society that they have undermined the idea that there is any other way to run society'
Over half of 1.4 million guns U.S. shipped into Iraq and Afghanistan after 9/11 are unaccounted for in DoD's own records, watchdog discovers.
Aetna threatened federal government with withdrawal from Affordable Care Act if controversial merger didn't go through, new reporting reveals.
The New York Times releases unfiltered footage from a year of Trump rallies.
The runaway success of the interactive augmented reality game Pokémon GO was overshadowed this week by privacy complaints, prompting the app to issue an update to its policies—but critics, including Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), remained concerned that its parent company is still trying to "catch them all."
As global inequality skyrockets, CEOs at the 350 largest corporations in America took in about 276 times the pay of the average worker in 2015,
ro-Fracking, Pro-Colonialism, Anti-Single Payer: Dem Platform Disappoints
"The human rights of refugees play no real role in this thinking, except for promotional purposes."
A new Marketplace-Edison Research poll published Tuesday found that a full 71 percent of respondents agree that the economy is rigged, affirming the popular rhetoric of the current presidential campaign season.