One exciting driver behind the surge in rooftop solar systems has been the plummeting costs – along with the innovative ways people are getting solarized.
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The California bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown this week allows government to disrupt communications under certain guidelines – but includes an “emergency” exception that requires no independent approval.
Representing consumers, content producers, and social justice and democracy reform advocates, this dozens-strong alliance called on the Federal Communications Commission to reject the mega media merger.
If we want a healthy society that follows its laws and applies them equally to everyone, we must demand a full investigation and criminal prosecutions for everyone involved in the mortgage backed securities fiasco.
Black bloggers and activists are aggressively using Twitter to hold corporate media – and the police – accountable.
With a shift in media underway, there's an opportunity for alternative online news sources to turn youth apathy into engagement and cynicism into a demand for social and political change.
Charlie Hardy, the 75-year-old former Catholic priest now running for Senate, wants to halt NSA spying on ordinary citizens and overturn Citizens United with a Constitutional amendment.
Thousands of climate activists from across Europe are expected to join local protesters on the German-Polish border for a mass demonstration against a huge coal mining project.
A lot has changed since we last published this report during the Occupy movement in 2011. With major protests in the news again, we decided it's time to update our cell phone guide for protestors.
A group of watchdogs at Maplight has introduced an interactive tool to track not only the level and location of political donations, but how the money impacts specific pieces of legislation.
Since 2011, the arch-conservative American Legislative Exchange Council has lost more than 60 corporate members and nearly 400 state legislative members. But even this apparently isn't news enough to expose the shadow group.
900 environmental activists have been killed in the past decade – but only 10 perpetrators were convicted, report says.
Activists in Houston began a sustained hunger strike on Thursday, demanding that energy giant Valero divest from the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
We cannot credibly advocate for human rights abroad while failing to protect them at home – and the denial of water to Detroiters raises poignant questions about America’s ever-growing inequality.
Current conditions in places like Ferguson could trigger a new wave of racial unrest in economically depressed black suburbs, and perhaps later in impoverished inner cities across America.