Kelsey Juliana, an 18-year-old activist, is fighting climate change in the courts and walking across the country to spread the word on global warming.
YES! Magazine | September 20, 2014
How four decades of lobbying and legislation gave corporations dominion over our economy — and eroded the American middle class.
We still have the ability to correct our course – the future is entirely in our hands.
In order for a climate agreement to be worked out, wealthy nations will have to engage with some of the questions that poorer nations are asking. Here are five big ones.
Charles Ornstein | ProPublica | September 19, 2014
By charging higher prices for generic drugs that treat certain illness, health insurers may be violating the spirit of the Affordable Care Act.
Mary Christina Wood | Cambridge University Press | September 19, 2014
Environmental statutory processes do not prohibit harm: they permit it. But an ancient legal principle may provide solutions.
September 19, 2014
A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ...
The signs of a changing climate are all around us. But for some US policymakers, money speaks louder than facts.
According to the Census Bureau, the Big Apple is now the most unequal city in the US.
Astra Taylor | Special to BillMoyers.com | September 18, 2014
Disgusted by the practices of debt collectors, Rolling Jubilee, an Occupy offshoot, just got rid of $4 million of school loans for thousands of students.
Another poll shows that opinions of the law continue to be skewed by partisanship.