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Isidro Baldenegro, Mexican Environmental Activist, Is Shot to Death

Life After Exoneration: Alison Flowers Discusses What Comes Next

Women's March Outshines the Inauguration

Ordinary Citizens Help Drive Spread of Solar Power in Chile

Yes, Trump Is President. We Can’t Compromise in the Fight Against Criminalization.

The GOP’s Healthcare Plans Have Awakened the Wrath of a Powerful Constituency: Older Americans

Wyoming Bill Would Outlaw Renewable Energy

Trump Promised to Resign From His Companies -- but There’s No Record He’s Done So

Quake of 8.0 magnitude strikes off Papua New Guinea

Trump’s WhiteHouse.Gov Disappears Civil Rights, Climate Change, LGBT Rights
The minute Donald Trump was sworn into office, the White House’s web site changed -- dramatically.

Huge crack in Antarctic ice shelf grows by 6 more miles

Are US labor unions finally speaking out on Palestine?

Trump's Health Secretary Thinks Poor Should Pay More For Medicaid

President Trump’s deleted tweets could violate Presidential Records Act

West Virginia women are down to one in-state choice if they want an abortion.

Kellyanne Conway snaps at Chuck Todd: Sean Spicer’s lies about crowd size are ‘alternative facts’

ACA repeal may affect black lung patients, families
The health care act added two amendments that make it easier for coal miners to get federal benefits for black lung.

Trump's EPA Pick Hasn't "Looked at the Scientific Research" on Lead Poisoning

Overfishing driving dozens of species into extinction threatening African food crisis, warn experts

Popular Selfie App Sending User Data to China, Researchers Say

Trump doling out plum adviser jobs to rich friends
The arrangement has worried ethics experts, especially because the advisers may sidestep conflict-of-interest rules.

Canadians traveling to Women's March denied US entry after sharing plans
After telling border agents their plans to march, group’s cars were searched and phones examined, and each person was fingerprinted and had their photo taken.

Tobacco Industry Misleads Developing Countries Over Regulations

The Long Reach of the Aliso Canyon Gas Leak

Bolivia and Peru Indigenous Defy Borders, Link Arms

In Photos: Women's Marches on All Seven Continents Demand 'A Better Future'

Corporate America is Inching Even Closer to a Constitutional Convention

Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60. Find Yours.

Are Tube Strikes In London Setting the Course for U.K. Labor Unrest To Come?

Pacific Islanders Call for U.S. Solidarity on Climate Change

US Border Patrol Claims It Would Take 96 Years to Reveal How Often They Seize Property

Battle for the Amazon: Tapajós Basin Threatened by Massive Development

The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing Navient Corp., the nation’s largest student loan servicer, accusing it of 'systematically and illegally failing borrowers at every stage of repayment.'

Trump and Team Officially Withdraw From TPP

Standing Rock Council Approves Order to Evacuate Demonstrators

Petition calling for release of Donald Trump's tax returns reaches 100,000 needed for White House response

London university admits to monitoring student emails under pressure government anti-terror program

Marine Le Pen claims ‘Anglo Saxon world waking up’ as Europe’s far-right parties meet after Trump inauguration
‘Yesterday, a new America. Today - a new Europe,’ anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders tells cheering crowds.

Trump’s bleak inaugural speech was actually co-authored by a white nationalist

As Trump Was Being Inaugurated, Walmart Began a Round of Corporate Layoffs

Trump's First 24 Hours Bring Global Protests, a Dark Speech and Uncertainty

State of Rebellion: How California Is Taking on the Trump Administration
On immigration and other issues, the state’s legislature has signaled it does not intend to cooperate with the new president.

Dakota Access Oil Pipeline Impact Study Could Take 2 Years, Possibly Halting Work

Internal List Shows President Trump Was Sworn In Next to His VIP Donors

Used to whizzing bullets, Kashmir border farmers now hit by drought

Why Your Urine Is Too Good to Waste
Almost all of the nitrogen and phosphorous we ingest comes out of our bodies -- what if we could return it to the soil?

As Trump takes power, the House targets regulations
At stake is the power agencies have long used to protect people and nature.

Strikes by Janitors and Dining Hall Workers Inaugurate Trump Era

How local elites earn money from burning land in Indonesia
Slash and burn is big business in the archipelago country.

A village's first female chief ended illegal logging with spies and checkpoints

Trump, Betsy DeVos and the Plan to End Democratic Education
Trump has already pledged $20 billion to expand voucher programs nationwide, and his appointee for Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, views dismantling public education as a mission from God.

Court reinstates EPA rule to allow pumping dirty water unchecked

Kansas and Puerto Rico Show How Trump’s Tax Cuts Will Hurt Us

Austin Police: 40,000 people attend Women's March at Capitol

Atlanta protest takes on importance after Trump insults civil rights leader

Beyond the Wall
Talking with former U.S. ambassador Antonio Garza about what Trump means for Mexico—and Texas.

William Rivers Pitt | American Carnage: The Obscenity of Trump's Inauguration

Trump Nominates a Secretary of Agriculture (and, No, It’s Not Wendell Berry)

Laying the Ground for Resistance to Trump on Day One

Can the Trump-Pence Administration Overturn Roe v. Wade?

Hours Before Women's March, Trump Administration Bars Interior Department From Twitter

Virtual march helps people with disabilities join the Women's March on Washington

Pink Hats Flood National Mall, As Women's March Descends On Washington

Illinois, feds take on abusive student loan practices they say trap young people

American Fascist

The Next Four Years: Turning Grief Into Action

Protesters out in force at entrance to National Mall

Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer Got Punched -- You Can Thank the Black Bloc

Labor Organizing in 2017: Looking Beyond Trump's Lies on Jobs

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Suing Native Hawaiians for Ancestral Lands

UK Labour Party Proposes a Maximum Wage Gap

Zambia tries new way to beat drought: solar grain mills

Republican Plan to Replace Obamacare Would Turn Medicaid Over to States

Health Care Repeal Is a Stealth Tax Break for Millionaires

Kentucky's New Fetal Pain Law, Like Most Abortion Restrictions, Is Based on Junk Science

On His First Day in Office, Trump Raises Taxes on Middle-Class Homebuyers

With Trump in Office, Feds May Alter Course in Texas Voter ID Case

Women's marches draw estimated 3 million people across US

EPA works to remake troubled Office of Civil Rights

Anti-Trump protesters charged with ‘felony rioting’ face 10-year jail sentences

Israel approves permits for 566 settler homes
Building plan in East Jerusalem approved by local council after being held up until Donald Trump took office in the US.

Conway: Trump will not release tax returns

The White House Lied to the American People During Its First Press Conference

Brazil Indigenous Groups Fear Law That 'Deeply Undermines' Land Rights

Iraqi sheep, locals, environment suffer ISIS oil fires

Climate change will hurt crops more than it helps them, study suggests

Inequality: “It Will Take 170 Years for Women to Be Paid as Men Are”

Dumped inaugural parade announcer attends women's march

More than 1,600 factory workers are being fired after Trump said he’d save their jobs — here’s what they have to say

Trump inauguration draws nearly 31 million US TV viewers — 7 million fewer than Obama 2009

Where to Find Better Candidates? Oregon Unions Are Growing Their Own

Mayors to Trump: ‘Don’t get in our way’
As Trump takes office, leaders of the country’s biggest cities are preparing to continue the climate fight.

Greensboro city workers form a union

“Fire up the bulldozers,” says Trump’s biggest fan in Jerusalem

Trump's nominees face ethics, divestment challenges

Another Activist Murder Linked to Canadian Mining in Guatemala

Whatever Trump does, Dreamers likely to be deported soon

The Turkish parliament has backed a plan to strengthen the powers of the presidency, paving the way for a referendum on the issue in spring which, if passed, could allow President Tayyip Erdogan to stay in office until 2029.

Indigenous Erasure in Plain Sight: Place Names in New England

The Keystone Pipeline Network Could Soon Be Completed Under Trump, but Will It Be Safe?

Trump, the Banks and the Bomb

What Does the Environment Have to Do With Diseases That Affect the Immune System?

Scientists have made a significant breakthrough in the fight against superbugs.

Israel's Netanyahu to speak with Trump on Sunday, Iran on agenda

750,000 Flock to Downtown LA for Women's March Los Angeles

Congress moves to give away national lands, discounting billions in revenue

White House press secretary attacks media for accurately reporting inauguration crowds

Michael Winship and Bill Moyers | At Trump Inauguration, His Hollow Rhetoric Collides With Reality

Turkey Orders More Than 400 Arrests in Post-Coup Probes
The arrests are the latest action in a post-coup crackdown that has jailed some 40,000 people who await trial.

Wisconsin city at forefront of ‘water wars’
This city has become the battleground for one of North America’s fiercest water wars, one that is taking the Great Lakes region into more uncharted legal territory in 2017.

US intervention in Syria? Not under Trump

Momentive Workers Strike as Trump’s “Jobs Forum” Pick Cuts Wages

The Scramble to Protect Climate Data Under Trump
Fearing what might happen to the data that catalogues the details of climate change in an administration with so many climate deniers, researchers rush to save it.

Four ways to save our food system if bees disappear
If a region’s farms were to lose the free labor they rely on, what could we do to keep crops growing -- and how much would new methods change the way we eat?

The Hypocrisy of Puzder’s Perks
While fighting basic worker protections, Trump’s Labor Secretary nominee has enjoyed special executive rewards on a grand scale.

Dangerous Straits
Two 63-year-old pipes lie exposed at the bottom of the current-whipped Straits of Mackinac, determined by one expert to be "the worst possible place" for a spill in all the Great Lakes.

Dean Baker | The Economics of the Affordable Care Act

On an Apache reservation in Arizona, a toxic legacy and a mysterious history of chemical spraying

New California Carbon Trading Legislation Answers Big Oil's Call to Continue Business as Usual

Hundreds of Thousands of Protesters Welcome Donald Trump to Washington

Demonstrators rally in Boston after Donald Trump’s inauguration

What Can Artists Accomplish by Saying No to Trump?

An Impulsive Authoritarian Populist in the White House

Obama says farewell at same moment Trump signs first executive order

How the town of Whitefish defeated its neo-Nazi trolls — and became a national model of resistance

March canceled in Chicago, rally goes on as crowd overwhelms planned route

At least 25 killed, over 65 injured in Parachinar market blast

5 Disturbing DAPL Developments You Need to Know

Gambians await Jammeh's exit after pledge to go

Women's March on Washington, London and global anti-Trump protests
Rolling coverage of events in the US and around the world as more than 20 countries host solidarity marches in wake of Trump inauguration

Photos: President Trump’s inaugural parade attracted relatively few people

Trump, in Oval Office, signs first order on Obamacare