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Three dozen people were arrested during a largely peaceful protest near Interstate 70

The latest misguided move by regulators could result in serious collateral damage to cities – maybe serious enough to finally propel them into bankruptcy.

Britain’s political system is broken to the point where many people in Northern England actually want to join Scotland to escape austerity measures.

The city's labor-friendly bills, recently introduced by progressive city supervisors, would give part-time employees the opportunity to work more hours with greater predictability from one week to the next.

In addition to speaking with a common voice on climate justice and the policies needed to achieve it, today's "movement of movements" needs to reach beyond environmentalists.

If you want to fully understand the game at play in the bankruptcies and privatization of public assets in Detroit, Argentina, and Europe, play Monopoly.

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In exonerating two climate activists, Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter said climate change was "one of the gravest crises our planet has ever faced," and he found political leadership on the issue "lacking."

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Britain’s political system is broken to the point where many people in Northern England actually want to join Scotland to escape austerity measures.

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As the world prepares to converge on New York City in a mass call for climate justice, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will honor David H. Koch, a 4-star general in the dirty energy industry’s war against planet Earth.

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SeaChange: We All Live Downstream is a two-week journey by boat that's raising awareness and generating community activism around climate issues before people hit the streets in Manhattan.

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After the Pasta de Conchos mine collapse in 2006, which killed 65 miners, Grupo México and the Mexican government shutdown rescue operations, many feel, to avoid revealing the cause of the disaster.

Occupying the Food Supply in Iowa

Executives from Pepsi, Nestlé, Bayer, Monsanto and other giants of the corporate food system will face a slew of protests at this week's three-day World Food Prize held in Des Moines. The demand: food sovereignty.

Big bank depositors could take a hit under planned European Union law if a bank fails.

The agency has postponed rules to impose new spending limits by social welfare nonprofits, which have poured money into politics since the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision in 2010.

Surely, the Occupy Movement had its flaws, but the decision to avoid allowing the Movement to be co-opted by Congress was one of the strengths of Occupy, not its fatal flaw as "The Newsroom's" Will McAvoy alleges.