Hundreds of people who opposed the Line 3 pipeline were arrested and brutalized by police. Activists are creating spaces to help them heal.
The Mycelium Mesh Project is testing DIY networks that can be quickly deployed on trees or lamp posts during a political uprising.
In court filings, a legal nonprofit says guards in a federal prison tortured Eric King and then attempted to cover it up.
With the CDC's eviction moratorium expiring, many communities are taking matters into their own hands.
Documents show HDR, Inc. has monitored groups that oppose its controversial plans to build jails and highways.
A new report says the bulky GPS surveillance devices are causing pain and discomfort for those forced to wear them.
As heatwaves rise across the US, mutual aid organizations are building a pipeline to help a new generation of climate migrants.
The state of Virginia has been delaying tens of thousands of unemployment claims for months on end. Activists are taking matters into their own hands.
Seattle Police are testing the BolaWrap, a controversial weapon that mental health experts call 'dehumanizing and cruel.'
The state's prison system will become the first to evaluate the Fitbit-like devices, which use algorithms to track prisoners' vitals.
The company made billions selling body cameras that didn't reduce police killings. Its latest sales pitch is training officers in virtual reality.
Fed up with the government's failures during the pandemic, #1400Challenge is inspiring people to turn their front yards into communal gardens.