After six years of recession and gridlock, most voters don't share the president's rosy view on the "middle-class economy."
Environmental groups and rail industry watchdogs worry that US regulators are moving too slowly and too passively in taking aging and accident-prone tanker cars off the nation's railways.
Activists from rural Pennsylvania to Washington, DC are monitoring drilling activity, organizing communities, and getting themselves arrested in an effort to stop companies from pulling natural gas out of the ground.
A report that the NYPD has allegedly planted guns on suspects in Flatbush, Brooklyn, further fuels the mystery surrounding the shooting death of a black teenager at the hands of plainclothes cops there last year.
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.
Howie Hawkins won't win New York's gubernatorial election this year, but he could prevent incumbent Democrat Andrew Cuomo from winning another landslide.
Tens of thousands of people who live beside a river and the largest freshwater source in the world, the Great Lakes, can't even drink from their own faucets.
Fracking has been hailed as a “transition fuel” with significantly less of an impact on global warming than traditional oil. But a growing health crisis in Minisink, New York, illustrates that fracked gas is not exactly Polar Springs.
It's that time of year again, when deans across the country wear out their palms like chronic masturbators, shaking the hands of glee-eyed diploma recipients. Collegians of America are aiming high; the class of 2014 has helped push total student debt...
And a Black Jesus will rise up one day and enslave all whites.