A massive land grab has once again turned our homes into dangerous financial products.
A security company collects data from license plate readers and shares it with police and federal law enforcement, no warrant needed.
The Obama administration has just opened a new front in its ongoing war on whistleblowers.
Putting the experience of war into words on the page has emerged as a popular form of therapy for growing numbers of veterans.
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.
If President Obama doesn't stop the pipeline with his pen, activists will stop it with their bodies.
The Bank of Ideas was also a place where academics, students, activists, workers, locals and others met, organized, created and combined.
How the city can create jobs and address inequality at its roots.
North Carolina’s solar sector is shining bright, but monopoly utility Duke Energy and ALEC are about to launch a coordinated attack on rooftop solar there.
The Planting Justice team worked with Beth Waitkus and the Insight Garden Program to build four raised beds on the grounds of the H-Unit at San Quentin State Prison
On Monday, Croatian Revolution Hackers (CRH) took down hundreds of online news sites and those belonging to banks and government entities in what is being called the biggest hacker attack ever in the Balkan country.
If Mitt Romney had prevailed last November, would things really be that much worse than they already are? Since Obama's re-election 19 weeks ago, big banks, fossil fuels and drone warfare have been the favorites.
The failure of the Congressional Progressive Caucus to stand up to President Obama on many vital matters of principle is one of the most important – and least mentioned – political dynamics of this era.