They’re part of a larger German movement to reduce food waste, but inspectors recently found “unhygienic conditions.”
What happened in Flint reflects an environmental bureaucracy too easily tripped up by local politics.
And slum dwellers are suffering the consequences.
After a period of rapid diversification, the town outside the Twin Cities faces rising poverty and housing challenges.
The EPA can’t enforce the regulations until the Supreme Court weighs in, but states can still use them as guidance.
The DOT’s $98 billion 2017 budget has a lot to recommend it, and virtually no chance of approval.
They’re claiming the act as a protest against gentrification.
A federal court has ruled the state’s racially gerrymandered congressional map unconstitutional. Whatever happens now, voters are likely to lose.
Or, why the longest-lasting childhood epidemic in U.S. history wasn’t ever treated like one.
The latest environmental rallying cry—“Keep It in the Ground”—will help stop pollution. But that policy’s effect on carbon emissions isn’t as clear.
Start packing your bags for Oslo.
To break through gridlock on fair housing, officials in wealthy Westchester County, New York, try a new tactic.
The city’s most privileged residents are largely shielded from the environmental hazards that plague those living on the outskirts.
The festivities will be a bit quieter this year as cities put restrictions on the long-held tradition of setting off fireworks.
Black and Latino voters are “increasingly losing their place in the democratic process.”
The proposed $10 per barrel fee would fund a massive overhaul of the country’s transportation system.
Baltimore's DeRay Mckesson joins a long line of African-American organizers wanting to become mayors.
A congressional hearing on Wednesday revealed the toxic timeline of the city’s water crisis—and how democracy might be repaired.