• DC Mayor, Police Refuse to Release Financial Records of Trump Inauguration Investigation

    DC Mayor, Police Refuse to Release Financial Records of Trump Inauguration Investigation

  • Red Fawn Fallis Enters Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

    Red Fawn Fallis Enters Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement

  • Interview: 188 Still Face Decades In Prison For Trump Inauguration Protest

    Interview: 188 Still Face Decades In Prison For Trump Inauguration Protest

  • House Democrats Endorse Domestic Surveillance Powers For Trump

    House Democrats Endorse Domestic Surveillance Powers For Trump

  • Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Requests Line 3 Schedule Change

    Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Requests Line 3 Schedule Change

  • Pennsylvania Halts Construction of Mariner East 2 Pipeline

    Pennsylvania Halts Construction of Mariner East 2 Pipeline

  • ACLU Trump Inauguration Protest Lawsuit Names More Cops, Adds New Plaintiffs

    ACLU Trump Inauguration Protest Lawsuit Names More Cops, Adds New Plaintiffs

  • Defend Dinetah, a Festival to Raise Awareness of Fracking on the Navajo Nation

    Defend Dinetah, a Festival to Raise Awareness of Fracking on the Navajo Nation

  • Kobane Rebuilds as ISIL Control Diminishes in Syria

    Kobane Rebuilds as ISIL Control Diminishes in Syria

  • Bomb Explodes at Hamburg Transit Station, Neo-Nazi Arrested

    Bomb Explodes at Hamburg Transit Station, Neo-Nazi Arrested

  • Jury Finds Six #J20 Defendants “Not Guilty” on All Charges

    Jury Finds Six #J20 Defendants “Not Guilty” on All Charges

  • Criminalizing Dissent: J20 Trial Drags On As Jury Deliberations Delayed

    Criminalizing Dissent: J20 Trial Drags On As Jury Deliberations Delayed

  • Police Raids Against Anti-Fascists Spread Across Germany, Months After G20 Protests

    Police Raids Against Anti-Fascists Spread Across Germany, Months After G20 Protests

  • FCC Repeals Net Neutrality: Interview with Electronic Frontier Foundation

    FCC Repeals Net Neutrality: Interview with Electronic Frontier Foundation

  • Criminalizing Dissent: After Proving “Mere Presence” J20 Prosecution Rests Case

    Criminalizing Dissent: After Proving “Mere Presence” J20 Prosecution Rests Case