The Vermont Senate passed a bill to require labeling on all GMO foods sold in the state – signaling a wave of nationwide victories against the Gene Giants may be underway.
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From climate change to Crimea, the natural gas industry is supreme at exploiting crisis for private gain.
D-CENT is creating privacy-aware tools and a social networking platform for large-scale economic empowerment, citizen collaboration and participatory decision-making.
Revolts are shaking the world, bursting in the most unexpected places, but they rarely take power. Is the big explosion still coming?
A right-wing Canadian outfit funded by the Kochs wants to privatize the Canadian health care system – and Prime Minister Stephen Harper is now steering policy that way.
Anyone who has ever gone "skipping," or "dumpster diving," knows that shops regularly throw out masses of perfectly edible food.
The Unis’tot’en Action Camp was first put up in 2010 after industry proposed a gas pipeline and a liquefied natural gas plant.
Tens of thousands of people took part in protests in central Paris and Rome, organized by hard-left parties opposed to government economic reform plans and austerity measures.
Taxpayers are paying billions of dollars for a swindle pulled off by the world’s biggest banks using a form of derivative called interest-rate swaps – which are now a $426 trillion business.
We have a chance to make our voices loudly heard regarding the safety hazards of opening a new dirty, metal-shredding facility in our community.
The city of Richmond, Calif., has gone where no other city has dared: threatening to take underwater mortgages by eminent domain from Wall Street banks and renegotiating them on behalf of homeowners.
The coffee behemoth got called out for tax evasion.
The energy giant raised the cash it needed to survive by slashing royalties it paid property owners to drill on their land.
Populism, by definition, doesn’t trickle down from the top but spreads as a bottom up movement that elevates its own leaders. And we’ve only begun, as Elizabeth Warren illustrates, to debate Wall Street, big banks and the casino economy.
A government initiative aimed at saving money by eliminating paper checks is hurting some recipients of federal benefits while earning the bank that operates the program millions in fees charged to consumers.