A local ruling could reset the clock on pipeline approval and further delay the contested project.
The trial of the Enbridge Three, aka MI-CATS, aka the Felonious Felines, shines a light on the transformation of the industrial Midwest into a green battleground.
It may have been more music number than riot, but last year's bank sing-in remains a target for New York prosecutors.
The policy wonks are missing the importance of the Keystone XL pipeline fight as a rallying point.
350.org's May Boeve explains how the organization nearly got founded at a Montana microbrewery, how it drew a line in the tar sands, and where it’s going next.
The latest report isn’t the final word, but it gives President Obama one more excuse to approve the pipeline project protesters detest most.
New documents show NSA snoops worked hard to spy on the U.S.'s negotiating partners in 2009's failed climate negotiations.
How the Immokalee Coalition got Walmart and the fast food chains to do right by tomato workers -- and propagated a new-model activism.
As the U.S.-only section of the embattled Keystone XL pipeline barrels forward and tar-sands oil starts to flow, nearby residents turn from protest to monitoring.