Richmond became the ninth U.S. community in the last year to sue fossil fuel giants over climate change.
We’ve run enough campaigns to know that things can get pretty silly towards the end. The dubious claims and accusations start
With Donald Trump and the Republicans ascendant and corporate politicians still controlling the Democratic Party, many previously
Chevron sending up massive flares in Richmond is not the only sign things are getting hot for the oil giant on the run from a $11 billion verdict.
As Baltimore, already in the national spotlight over the police killing of Freddie Gray, endured its deadliest month in almost
Following close to 5000 emails and a letter from over 40 environmental and human rights NGOs, a spirited group of activists disrupted the San Francisco Commonwealth Club's annual gala last week.
Presumably, Chevron, vexed by such governmental interference, decided enough was enough. Cue the campaign cash machine. Turn on the pumps.
It was mandatory for Jensen to carry a Taser and nightstick with him, according to John Burris, an attorney for the Perez
Much like the feeling I had the day I spent in the garden with these same students, these are lessons that will be carried and accessed like talismans, woven into every aspect of their lives as they grow older and away from school experiences.
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Formerly known as a Chevron company town, Richmond is home to one of the largest oil refineries in the Bay Area. But Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, who identifies with the Green Party, has been in office since 2010 and is already giving big banks and oil companies all they can handle in the way of opposition.
Investors holding the mortgages targeted by Richmond dispute altruism motivates the plan and charge the city would lend its
This made me wonder: Why did I ever allow myself to live alone with no community and pay a landlord who doesn't make decisions with tenants in a democratic process?
Relatives said the girl likes to hide a lot, according to the Associated Press. She'd gone undetected because she'd surrounded
Ten years from now, taxing soda will probably be about as controversial as putting health warnings on cigarette packages. Let's hope that long before then, labor gets its head out of the sand about America's epidemic of obesity.
Do we stand by and wait for the next oil disaster? Do we sit quietly while our kids struggle to breathe? Do we continue to spend our hard-earned dollars rewarding companies like Chevron with subsidies and tax breaks? Or do we change the game?
What made the situation on Seinfeld funny is that Jerry, Elaine, George and Kramer did what most of us would have done, though
The two corporate behemoths, unlike in so many ways, have at least one thing in common: they're both using livestock to trim