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Texas House Approves Bill That Limits City Bans on Fracking

An Oil Spill Near Louisiana Has Been Quietly Leaking for 10 Years

How Corporate America Invented Christian America

Cyclone Pam Worsens Hardship in Port Vila's Urban Settlements

This Is What It Feels Like to Spend Your Life Working on Death Row

Thirty Years On, Scientist Who Discovered Ozone Layer Hole Warns: “It Will Still Take Years to Heal”

World Bank Fossil Fuel Financing Leapt in 2014 Despite Its Calls to End Subsidies

Thousands in Germany Protest Against Europe-US Trade Deal

This Federal Report Underestimates Renewables Every Year, and Energy Experts Have Had Enough

Pope Asks Europe to Do More to Help Migrants Flooding Into Italy

Are Republicans Finally Giving Up on Killing Obamacare?

The Political Obsession With the "Middle Class" Hurts Workers

David Sirota | Cities and States Paying Massive Secret Fees to Wall Street: Report

These Apps Are Helping People Document Police Abuse

The War on (Poor) Women

European Commission Approves Germany’s 30 Billion Euro Investment in Offshore Wind

Devil's Bargain: A Former Medellin Cartel Official Has Been a DEA Informant for 27 Years - Now He Wants Out

NYU Blackballs Student Protesters for Handing Out Flyers
Two NYU students say officials intimidated and censored them after they tried to peacefully hand out flyers - the latest free-speech snafu for the prestigious university.

The Banker Behind Hitler’s Shadow Empire

Oklahoma governor signs 'foolproof' nitrogen gas execution method
The state is the first to approve nitrogen-induced hypoxia for use on death-row prisoners, which supporters says is \u2018painless\u2019 despite lack of human testing.

Obama set to utter term 'climate change' in Florida on Earth Day trip

At least 16 people a day were murdered in March in El Salvador, a country of just 6.34 million.

The only people not hit by the drop in oil price are the CEOs running the companies

World's mountain of electrical waste reaches new peak of 42m tonnes

Will BRICS Carbon Traders Bailout Bankers' Climate Strategy?

Living on death row in Tennessee: 'The rollercoaster is exhausting'
Thirty-three prisoners are volleyed between life and death as the state grapples with lawsuits on the constitutionality of legal injection and the electric chair.

Sale of U.S. Arms Fuels the Wars of Arab States

Did Slaves Catch Your Seafood?

Two Years After West, Texas, Fertilizer Plant Explosion, Are Workers Any Safer? New Report Says No

Food Power and Human Connection - Edesia Rising

FBI overstated forensic hair matches in nearly all trials before 2000

Tampa police accused of unfairly targeting black bicyclists