Emboldened by New York's new ban on hydraulic fracturing, environmentalists plan on ramping up the fight against the state's oil and gas industry.
The Reverend attracted a huge crowd at his Justice for All March, but there are signs that "Hands Up, Don't Shoot!" may have moved beyond Sharpton's control.
American political memories can be both impressively long and terribly short. And somewhere in the middle, minds start to change.
Republican Senator Tom Coburn singlehandedly blocked a veterans suicide bill, even as numbers show the epidemic is only getting worse.
Obama will announce today that the US and Cuba are "normalizing" relations for the first time in 50 years.
In the aftermath of the latest war between Palestine and Israel, I photographed pieces of people's lives lying in the rubble.
The PSA was supposed to grab the attention of drivers, but it sounded like it was talking about grabbing something else.
The UK media has been becoming steadily more right-wing when it comes to talking about immigration and immigrants.
It's official: Dubya's brother has "decided to actively explore the possibility" of becoming the third Bush in as many decades to run the country.
The Kanavape is a vaporizer that lets users inhale the pain-relieving cannabinoid CBD without inhaling any of that intoxicating THC.
NG7, a food bank in Nottingham, says the local government relies too much on private charities to feed the hungry and plans to focus on changing the system rather than providing for individuals.
Whenever the world goes to hell in a family-size hand basket, people act surprised that they keep getting surprised.
In the week after the Senate released its report on the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics, Dick Cheney and other neocons were spinning their wheels to defend the torture program.
The Massachusetts Senator emerged from last week's budget fight as the leader of an undeniable populist uprising in the Democratic Party.
We talked to Stephen Soldz, founder of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology, about the dark theories behind the CIA's enhanced interrogation tactics.
Either that or it's going to create an unregulated legal weed zone in the nation's capital.
They shouted at cops and wore taps on their heads because they're angry at the government about increased charges for water.
Sneaky moves by the oil industry have probably made the contentious pipeline superfluous.
For a few months now, a strange print ad has been making its way around the streets of Belgrade. It writes: "I will be buying hair (natural, 40 cm or longer) on October 16th. Only on October 16th." And nothing else.
Lawmakers are poised to pass a budget amendment that would block the DEA from cracking down on legal medical marijuana dispensaries and their patients.
Among the least surprising findings of the Senate's CIA torture report is that the agency lied about enhanced interrogation. A lot. To everyone.
Kevin Bloom, a member of the Free State Project, has led a push to loosen New Hampshire's brewery laws. Now, he's about to open a conspiracy-themed bar of his own.
Civil rights activists in Ferguson and New York have pinned their hopes for justice to federal investigations into police misconduct. But these probes aren't a silver bullet.
A new report from the Senate Intelligence Committee finds that the CIA deliberately misled Congress and the White House about Bush-era interrogation techniques.