SCOTUS Denies Industry Bid to Hear Case on Pollution Emission Limit Loophole
The case could have potentially put a loophole back in place that allows polluters to violate emission limits whenever their equipment malfunctioned.
ICYMI: Prayer and Resistance Camp Launches in Louisiana to Challenge Pipeline Connected to DAPL
The Bayou Bridge Pipeline would transport North Dakota’s crude oil to refineries and facilities in Louisiana.
How Can We Prevent the Next Flint?
A new report from WIRED says we don't have the data necessary to avoid repeating history.
Senate Health Care Plan Panned by Critics
From former President Barack Obama to The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the people are not pleased with the Better Care Reconciliation Act.
What the Numbers Tell Us About Tropical Storm Cindy
It's hitting an area with a high concentration of Black people.
7 Things You Need to Know About The Senate GOP's Health Care Bill
Republican Senators are being extremely secretive about a law that will impact millions. Here’s what we do know.
UPDATE: Judge Likely to Make Decision on DAPL Operations in September
A U.S. District Court judge will hear arguments from both sides throughout the summer.
REPORT: Bank Investments in Fossil Fuels Threaten Climate Change Goals
A new report finds that with $87 billion going toward the fossil fuel industry last year, banks are funding the possible failure of the Paris Agreement.
This #WorldRefugeeDay, Let's Remember the Victims of Climate Change
By 2050, we could see up to 350 million climate refugees.
READ: Will Officials Charged With Flint Water Crimes Really Do Time?
ProPublica takes a look at similar cases around the world and asks if the high-profile charges against government officials will result in prison time.
LISTEN: Rewire's CHOICE/LESS Podcast Takes on Sterilization Abuse in Native Communities
The episode is a deep dive into the history of sterilization among Native communities at the hands of U.S. government and medical officials.
The Trump Administration Postpones Regulation on Methane and, Subsequently, Toxic Pollutants
It is the second attempt this week to repeal Obama-era rules on lowering methane emissions.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Gains Ground in Dakota Access Court Case
The Army Corps of Engineers did not “adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights or environmental justice,” per the court order.
Officials Face Involuntary Manslaughter Charges for Flint Water Crisis
“Everyone has to die of something,” said one of the accused.
EPA Wants to Extend a Methane Rule Pause From 90 Days to 2 Years
Environmental groups argue it will protect the oil and gas industries while harming residential communities.
Climate Change Mentions Are Deleted From the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Website
This is the second website to remove all mentions of the manmade catastrophe.
Flint Residents Deliver 1,000+ Empty Water Bottles to Elected Officials
Each contained a handwritten letter detailing how the water crisis has impacted a city resident.
The Artist's Way to Self Care [PHOTOS]
In her photo and interview series "Chrysalis," Nigerian-American photographer Biance M.S. Alebiosu explores how Black artists practice self-care.
U.S. Does Not Sign G7 Document on Climate Change
This is the administration's latest move in staying out of the Paris Agreement.
3 Things to Watch on C-Span
No, really. Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sean Spicer just might be full of...information.