As sales boom, pot shops have become the new face of gentrification
In Seattle, on the same corner where black men were once arrested for dealing pot, a white man is now legally raking in seven-figure sales.
Officials face criminal charges for the first time in Flint water crisis
Almost two years to the date after the water crisis began, Flint officials face felonies.
Want to support indigenous land rights? Keep talking about the people fighting for them.
Máxima Acuña, winner of the 2016 Goldman Environmental Prize, put her life on the line to block plans for a gold mine on her property.
Kids clear key hurdle in their federal climate change lawsuit
A U.S. magistrate judge has recommended that 21 youth plaintiffs can proceed to trial with their case against the government.
A sinking jail: The environmental disaster that is Rikers Island
Flooding, extreme heat, and air pollution plague New York City's notorious jail complex.
Money doesn’t matter: White people breathe cleaner air
Too often, your access to fresh air depends on your skin color.