Texas Supreme Court Rules This Train Is a Train
Group opposing bullet train from Houston to Dallas sued under the grounds it's not really a train and therefore can’t use the state’s eminent domain laws.
You Can Buy Land. But Here's Why You'll Never Really Own It.
VICE News’ “Complexify” series takes you down the rabbit hole, to show you why just about everything is more convoluted than you think.
The Company Behind Dakota Access Is Pushing Another Pipeline In Texas
When Energy Transfer Partners announced the project, they didn't ask for permission, but simply told residents a massive pipeline was coming through some of their properties—soon.
Could History Repeat Itself with Mexico City’s Ambitious Airport Plan?
Mexico wants to begin operating the new capital airport by 2020, but opposition figures, environmentalists, and the community of San Salvador Atenco are already crying foul over the project.
Eat the Rich, or Why the NBA's Predatory Capitalism Must End
NBA teams are worth so much money that no one can come up with a big enough seeming figure. It's time players and fans start reclaiming what they've lost.
The Radical Case for Cities Buying Sports Teams, Not Sports Stadiums
Instead of getting run over by team ownership groups, state governments should be using the same legal tricks they often fall victim to.
Why Liverpool Let Its Neighborhood Go To Hell
Liverpool is one of the richest sports teams in the world, but to make themselves even richer, the team set loose urban decay on their neighbors.
Even the EPA Is Using SWAT Teams Now
An EPA-led task force appeared in tiny Chicken, Alaska, with body armor and guns in order to look into potential Clean Water Act violations, then later claimed they needed to be strapped up because there were drug dealers and human traffickers about.