"As CEO of Bain Capital, Romney made his fortune by hollowing out the dreams of ordinary American workers. The Romney-Ryan budget would wreak the same kind of economic damage on households nationwide."
For 100 years, two hydroelectric dams on the Elwha River blocked fish from their spawning grounds, destroying one of the world's most bountiful salmon fisheries.
Consumers of Kentucky Fried Chicken food may care to know their meal is being served with a side of cruelty.
Richmond's residents live amidst five refineries, three chemical plants and eight superfund sites, in a county that produces the most hazardous materials.
Why would some of America's richest families need lavish public subsidies while schools, parks and other public services are in desperate need of funds?
Seismologists have concluded that wastewater disposal wells from fracking are causing the unpleasant phenomenon, adding new controversy.
A new movement is afloat. The Transition movement blends aspects of the environment movement and broad grassroots organizing.
Sometimes, it's a good thing to go hungry. Throughout the state, Michigan's "anti-equality environment" is being protested with a 100-day hunger strike.
Reverend Hamlet and Global Ministries Fellowship PAC are not running a charity.
The Department of Homeland Security clarified rules for undocumented immigrant youth looking to apply for temporary legal status.