The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development just announced its plan to eliminate a Federal regulation requiring communities receiving Federal funding to fight income-based segregation.
In yet another sign of the impact of climate change, Mount Everest is seeing twice the normal levels of rain and snowfall this summer.
Canada is bringing in 50 Syrian ‘White Helmets’ as apparent refugees, but what they really could be are terrorists or supporters of terrorists.
A California man who sued Monsanto alleging the company’s glyphosate-based herbicides caused his terminal cancer was just awarded $289M in a guilty-on-all-counts decision by the jury.
In a major reversal for the EPA’s reckless pesticide policies, the Trump Administration was just ordered to ban the use of the pesticide chlorpyrifos within 60 days.
A website the public knows little about has become a critical tool for researchers to share their work without paywalls.
China may soon escalate beyond using just political and economic pressure to accomplish its goals, this time with its military and fighting alongside Syria.
Despite growing calls for tighter regulation of Facebook’s surveillance tactics, the social media giant has a plan to get its hands on your personal financial information on top of everything else it already has.
Being the wife of a distinguished Iraq War combat veteran no longer can protect you from being deported under the Trump administration.
North Korea, South Korea and Japan have been hotter than ever in recent weeks, just in time for a new report from NOAA telling us just how bad things are going to be in the future.