New San Francisco Ordinance Keeps the City From Cooperating With Any Religion-Based Registry
In response to President Trump toying with the idea of a Muslim registry, Bay Area groups pushed for the ordinance to block city from creating or implementing a a database based on religion, national origin or ethnicity.
Trump Policies Hamper U.S. Ability to Meet Paris Climate Goals
A transition away from fossil fuels could boost the world economy by $19 trillion.
U.S. Bans Most Electronic Devices on Flights From 8 Muslim Countries
They are not the same nations targeted in the failed “Muslim Ban.”
3 Major Takeaways From New Survey on Trump and Millennials of Color
The new GenForward survey says: people of color are not here for President Donald Trump or his policies.
Repeal of Environmental Regulations Will Impact Latinx Health
Communities who live near fracking sites need regulations on methane emitters, argues a leading national voice for Latinx organizations.
Oil Scheduled To Start Flowing Through DAPL This Week
The pipeline will be able to carry the substance from North Dakota to Illinois.
WATCH: Day One of Senate Confirmation Hearing for SCOTUS Nominee Neil Gorsuch
Gorsuch is President Trump’s nominee to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.
EPA Gives $100M Grant to Flint So It Can Fix Its Water Infrastructure
Yet critics doubt the money can save the city from the president's proposed cuts to the agency.
Federal Judges Stop Trump's Muslim Ban for a Second Time
District court judges in Hawaii and Maryland have blocked the implementation of the president's second travel and refugee freeze.
How Trump's Proposed Budget Will Impact People of Color
We went through the budget line by line, so you don’t have to.
WATCH: Jussie Smollett Attacks Oppressive Political Climate in New Music Video
The "Empire" star directed the video for his song, which pleads for love and justice in the face of police violence, xenophobia and attacks on reproductive justice.
STUDY: Concerns About Race Relations in U.S. at a Record High
Forty-two percent of Americans worry a "great deal," according to a new Gallup poll.
Why This Xicana, Indigenous Activist Helped Organize the Native Nations Rise March
Eva Cardenas has spent much of her organizing life protecting migrant rights. Now, she’s bringing that passion into Indigenous battles.
Release of Trump's 2005 Tax Return Prompts Mixed Reactions
“Trump tax returns distract from White nationalist advisor, distracts from Trumpcare, distracts from crimes with Russia distracts from…”
Defense Secretary: 'Climate Change Can Be a Driver of Instability'
James Mattis says climate change poses a national security risk—in sharp contrast to the administration's general stance on the issue.
Regarding January 18, 2017 Coverage of The Cordish Companies
We removed a January 18, 2017 piece aggregated from a since-discredited Daily Beast article on March 14, 2017.
Climate Scientists to EPA Head: 'We Face Grave Risks' from Climate Change
Thirty experts responded to Scott Pruitt's assertion that carbon dioxide is not a primary contributor to climate change.
Rex Tillerson Allegedly Used 'Wayne Tracker' Pseudonym While CEO of ExxonMobil
A new email controversy from the White House administration.
Six States Sue Over 'Muslim Ban 2.0'
Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson: “The president cannot unilaterally declare himself free of the court’s restraining order and injunction.”
Senior EPA Environmental Justice Official Leaves Agency, Joins Hip Hop Caucus
Mustafa Ali has been with the agency for 24 years.