Government is supposed to be public and open to inspection by its citizens - and we the citizens have a constitutional right to privacy.
WATCH LIVE: #S17
WATCH LIVE: #S17
Regulators' complicity in the LIBOR rate-rigging scandal is a weak point for the global banking cartel—which, like Al Capone's network of gangsters, may finally be on the way out.
Public banking could be the antidote to free us from our dependency on Wall Street and put monetary power in the people's hands.
Hansen accused the Canadian government of "holding a club" over the U.K. and European nations to accept its "dirty" oil, while a new study confirmed that 97% of climate reports attribute climate change to human actions.
They are going to serve up transgenic maize on every table in spite of the fact that food sovereignty depends on growing native corn.
Monsanto snuck a "rider" last week into the latest Senate agricultural legislation, giving the biotech giant blanket immunity from USDA action to halt potentially harmful GMO crops.
On day three in Tunisia, energy is running high.
There's a big difference between our perception of wealth inequality in America, and how the real numbers add up.
Last weekend, 4,000 supporters of Binz, Zurich’s longest-established squat, were met with tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannons when a party turned into a march to protest their imminent eviction.
Tens of thousands from across the world called for new measures of liberty and dignity as they descended on Tunis to open the weeklong World Social Forum.
When Mitt Romney walked down the aisle toward the stage at the Republican National Convention, among the people whose hands he shook was the conservative billionaire and major political donor David Koch. But it was a moment missed by the tens of millions of viewers at home.
Here are a half dozen issues of primary importance to America's future that must be solved: Campaign Finance, the Revolving Door, the Consolidation of Media, Gerrymandering, Election Fraud and Open Debates.
On Tuesday, Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton solidified a $6 million deal to rename its football building GEO Group Stadium, after the private prison corporation.
Big business and industry control the political process and policy decisions at every level. But what happens when what is politically feasible bears no relation to a livable future on planet Earth?