As the big caucus night approaches, activists are working to help low-income residents overcome multiple barriers to participation
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The last nine months together constitute the wettest such period experienced in the english city of oxford since record-keeping began in the eighteenth century.
British lawyers are giving a week of their time and expertise to equip colleagues from the developing world to play an effective part in the complex un climate negotiations.
The oil giant today said it expects a pre-tax non-operating charge associated with the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill of around $5.2 billion, bringing the total bill for the environmental disaster to $61.6 billion.
The fast-food chain swears it will offer plenty of healthy choices at all its restaurants but not until seven years from now.
Eleven people were killed and more than 160 injured near Egypt’s Ministry of Defence (MOD) on May 2, 2012, after protesters demanding an end to military rule were attacked by armed men.
There are more than 4,000 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons, and around 320 have been held without charge or trial under so-called administrative detention.
Ethiopian bloggers and netizens on social networking sites congratulated all Ethiopian journalists and bloggers immediately after the news appeared on the BBC and other sites.
The worst of the ebola epidemic may be over but the world health organization has declared that life in Sierra Leone, as in other ebola-affected west African countries, can only return to normal when transmission of the virus ceases and cases drop to zero. Unfortunately, not everyone in Sierra Leone is so concerned. Mark Honigsbaum reports.
— National Coming Out Day is falling at a particularly important time this year, as GLBT and straight Americans are trying to make sense of the recent scandal on the Hill. Now more than ever, it is important that we celebrate and honor GLBT and straight Americans who live openly each and every day. —…
Right out of the blocks, House Democrats are pushing a tax reform in the 114th Congress that responds to public concerns over the persistently wide gaps between CEO and worker pay.
According to Congressman Henry Waxman, Chair of the House Energy Committee, the US purchase of tar sands oil would clearly violate Section 526.
Not afraid to be wrong
Some of our favorite stories and confessions by men, highlighting The Good Men Project’s original mission of creating a space for men to tell their stories and support one another.
Race is difficult to talk about. And that’s exactly why we keep talking about it. Here are some of our best posts on the subject.
Yes, we’re trying to overcome stereotypes — but a year wouldn’t be a year without a “best of” list.