Climate change is forcing tribal citizens to choose between staying on ancestral lands or moving to protect themselves.
For the first time since 2005, the number of deaths due to TB increased from one year to the next.
The cycle of crisis in Haiti and Colombia reveals that interventionism is not simply an event but a system.
In places like Ohio, partisan gerrymandering has paved the way for aggressive abortion restrictions.
After learning that many companies were aware of climate change as early as 1977, some Republicans changed their mind.
New research reveals how six fossil fuel giants captured European climate politics.
U.S. and Mexican officials launched a bilateral agreement that perpetuates militarization and human rights abuses.
Both leading candidates are members of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a right-wing lobbying group.
The Education Department is unsure about how effective the $190 billion for schools has been in helping students.
The Steering and Policy Committee won’t release its rules or disclose its members.