The struggle and challenges are real for college students, many of them away from home and managing on their own for the first time.
It didn’t take long for Lillian Imbert to conclude that her outpatient drug treatment program wasn’t helping her recovery.
Income from oil and gas production doesn’t always trickle down to landowners, as companies find ways to minimize the share they pay in royalties.
DeSmogBlog has obtained a copy of an Obama Administration Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fracking groundwater contamination PowerPoint presentation describing a then-forthcoming study's findings in Dimock, Pennsylvania.
Editor's note: Whowhatwhy.com is one of the best investigative journalism sites we have, and here's a roundup of this week's big stories: Et Tu, Karzai? Afghanistan Violates US Iran Sanctions by Nick Schwellenbach on Jan 30, 2013 What happens
The White House responds to a petition to build a Death Star. Yes, really. A Death Star: Official White House Response to Secure resources and funding, and begin construction of a Death Star by 2016. This Isn't the Petition Response
We are at a crossroads. Access to jobs, homes and resources are dwindling. Our right to peacefully gather to discuss what to do about it is aggressively being fought by nationwide police coordination. It is a decisive moment on this
The United States is spending over $200 billion a year on a justice system that locks up more people than any country on earth. We have more prisoners than China. More than Russia. More than anyone. This colossal system is hitting our
Amidst a series of recent scandals that have rocked the global banking system, journalist Chris Hayes joins Amy Goodman of DemocracyNow! to discuss his new book, "Twilight of the Elites: America After Meritocracy." The book examines how