On March 28 in western Minnesota, a mile-long train hauling oil from Canada derailed, leading to a spill of about 15,000 gallons of crude.
Today in labor history: The 189-mile-long St. Lawrence Seaway opened
Mayor Rob Ford asked council to do away with a bylaw that required stores to charge five cents for plastic bags. Instead, council opted to excise the bags altogether.
Obama acknowledged that the opposition to the pipeline had played a role in his decision.
When Canadian rock band The Tea Party formed in 1990, they had no idea they would soon share their moniker with one of the most controversial right-wing groups in America.
The demonstration is the longest sustained civil disobedience action since the civil rights movement and the largest since 1977.
Building Trades unions are backing - and transit unions opposing - the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline, from the tar sands of the Canadian province of Alberta to the oil refineries of the U.S. Gulf Coast.
ADA, credited with transforming tens of millions of people's lives, hits 20 year mark this week.