Month: October 2020

Dakota Access Opposition Ramps Up in Iowa After Judge Rejects Restraining Order

Update 12:22pm EDT: An Indigenous activist in North Dakota on Wednesday halted pipeline construction after locking himself to heavy machinery.

'Dreamers and Warriors' Unite For Global Day of Protest Against Dakota Access

People across the nation—and world—on Tuesday are taking to the streets in an outpouring of solidarity for the tribal fight

#DebateWithBernie: Sanders Targets Trump as Billionaire Battles Clinton

A lot of people watched. And (nearly) everyone has an opinion. Click Here: Putters But as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary

With Trump Now 'Unshackled,' What Next for GOP's Institutional Misogyny?

As Donald Trump boasted on Twitter about finally losing the “shackles” that the Republican Party has put on his presidential

Raging Islamophobic Conspiracy Theorist Reportedly Advising Trump Team

President-elect Donald Trump has reportedly added Frank Gaffney—a former Reagan official and Islamophobic conspiracy theorist—to his transition team to weigh

Dems in governor contests debate path to power

In the wake of stunning losses across the country in 2016, Democrats are debating whether their path back to power

Top Trump donor asked data firm to help organize hacked WikiLeaks emails

A top donor to President Trump’s 2016 election effort asked the campaign’s data firm if it could help organize hacked

Trump Says Cutting Climate Funds Would Save $100 Billion. Climate Reality Says Otherwise.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that cutting climate funding would save the U.S. $100 billion over eight years,

As Calais Refugee Camp Is Cleared, Fear for Children Grows

After violent clashes over the weekend between migrants and police in the “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais, France, clearing of

Trump Allies in Battleground States Rush to Stop Jill Stein's Recount Efforts

President-elect Donald Trump’s allies are trying to block the ballot recount being pushed by the Green Party’s Jill Stein. Click