A few days after thousands marched on downtown Detroit last weekend, the city suspended mass water shutoffs for 15 days – leaving more than 15,000 households already disconnected.
Some 30,000 cooperatives now operate within the U.S., employing over 2 million people and paying out an estimated $75 billion annually in wages.
Stingrays and other cell surveillance tools have been used in the U.S. for years without the knowledge of the public or even defense attorneys and judges.
From the Trans-Pacific Partnership to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership to the Trade In Services Agreement, massive trade deals are being advanced in coordination with a militarized police state.
The Premier of the Province, Kathleen Wynn, is being given another chance to respond to growing calls from the Indigenous community to protect their Territorial Rights.
Extensive research and reports commissioned by the fracking industry are treated as seminal, informative works within the U.K. government – but to date, no one outside industry vouches for its safety.
It seems the people of the world are factually correct when they label the United States the greatest threat to peace in the world.
One week and nearly 20 actions later, the Rolling Rebellion to get corporate money out of the political process was a successful jump-off point for bigger, better, brighter and louder actions soon to come.
This summer, the CIA's private Amazon Web Services cloud—shielded from the public behind a wall of national security—becomes operational.
The group launched The Arctic Truth to attract whistleblowers from oil companies to reveal risks associated with drilling for oil and gas in the Arctic.
In a conflict involving nearly 3,000 workers at terminals that handle a quarter of the nation's grain exports, the Northwest Grain Handlers Association is demanding harsh concessions from Longshoremen.
It's long been suspected that ratings agencies like Moody's and Standard & Poor's helped trigger the meltdown. A new trove of embarrassing documents shows how they did it.
One of the best kept deceptions within common civic parlance is that our cities, states and communities are “broke”