ICYMI: City Threatens to Turn Off Flint Residents' Water
Residents who don't start paying for their lead-contaminated water will face shut-off notices this spring.
Trump Removes Obama-Era Regulation on Coal Industry
It is the administration's second repeal this week of climate regulation that was created by the last administration.
Senate Approves Scott Pruitt to Head the Environmental Protection Agency
The vote was not along party lines.
Confronting Mental Health in Asian-American Communities Through Testimony and Art
The Asian American Literary Review drops an interactive, experimental issue centered on Asian-American mental well-being.
Rep. Ted Lieu May Introduce Bill That Requires a Mental Health Pro in the White House
“Clearly, to me, when you have a president that lies pathologically, that believes in alternative facts, it suggests to me there is a problem.”
Water Protectors Call on Women to Join Them at Standing Rock This Weekend
"As care takers of Unci Maka (Mother Earth) and Life-givers we hold a responsibility to secure the future for our children and the next seven generations to come."
Natural Gas Pipeline Explodes in Texas
People living more than 50 miles away felt it happen.
Trump Signs First Major Rollback of Obama-Era Climate Regulations
The president did say that for every new regulation, he'd remove at least two.
Coal Power Plant on Navajo Nation Land Scheduled to Close
The generating station is a major employer of Navajo and Hopi people.
UPDATE: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Challenges Latest DAPL Move in Court
The tribe has filed a motion to expedite the case before oil starts flowing.
Worker Missing in Louisiana Pipeline Explosion Assumed Dead
It took four days for responders to extinguish the blaze caused by the accident.
READ: Flint Doctor Who Exposed Water Crisis Talks Muslim Ban
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha: "The sanctuary our nation provides benefits all of us, but that is not why we do it. It is the right thing to do."
The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force is Monitoring Standing Rock Water Protectors
Civil rights attorney Lauren Regan: "The idea that the government would attempt to construe this indigenous-led nonviolent movement into some kind of domestic terrorism investigation is unfathomable to me."
Louisiana Pipeline Explodes, Injuring 2 Workers and Leaving 1 Missing
Nearby, activists and residents are fighting to stop construction of the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.
Trump Named as Defendant in Landmark Federal Climate Suit
Aji Piper, 16, plaintiff: “I am hopeful that our case will reverse or prevent all damage our current president may inflict."
California City of Davis Divests from Wells Fargo in DAPL Protest
The bank handles its $30 million in investments and $1 million average cash balance.
How Civil Rights Groups Feel About Sessions' Confirmation in 9 Tweets
“The man in charge of enforcing hate crimes laws doesn’t think they should exist.”
Construction Begins on Final Segment of Dakota Access Pipeline
The Army granted an easement, ignoring the Standing Rock Sioux tribe's request for further analysis.
Federal Court Judge in Michigan Dismisses Flint Residents' Lawsuits
This is the third instance in one week for U.S. District Judge John C. O’Meara.
UPDATE: DAPL Opponents Plan International Day of Emergency Actions
Movement leaders are also organizing a march in Washington.