Opiates Killed Ten Times As Many Americans In One Year As All Terror Attacks In Last 20 Years By
In 2014, the span of a single year, an astounding 29,467 Americans died by overdose of opioid-related drugs, including prescriptions.
ICE Agent Shoots American Citizen During Chicago Immigration Raid By
Chicago activists and residents called for more transparency Tuesday as officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigate an agent-involved shooting that left a man wounded and raised questions about the use of force.
Over Two Decades, The Pentagon Has Lost $10 Trillion By
Over two decades, the Pentagon has lost an astonishing $10 trillion — and the Defense Department has no idea where it went.
Government’s Own Data Shows US Interfered In 81 Foreign Elections By
Ask an average American who makes a habit of following government-mouthpiece corporate media about interference in national elections and you’ll likely elicit a nebulous response concerning Russian hackers and a plan to install Donald Trump in the White House — but you
In Just Two Years, The Company Behind DAPL Reported 69 Accidents And Polluted Rivers In 4 States By
The company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline racked up 69 reported accidents in just two years — leaking hundreds of thousands of gallons of oil products.
US-Born NASA Scientist Detained At Border, Forced To Unlock Phone By
A U.S.-born NASA scientist was detained by border patrol until he agreed to provide a PIN number for an officer to search his phone.
BREAKING: Standing Rock Tribal Council Betrays Water Protectors, Sends In Cops By
Johnny Dangers, a livestreamer who has resided in the camps to document the ongoing battle against Big Oil, captured what he termed a “raid” on live video, with officials from the ATF, Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Standing Rock division of Fish and Wildlife, tribal
Following Trump’s Pipeline Order, Sheriff Issues Warning To DAPL Water Protectors By
From Los Angeles and Seattle, to New York City and Washington, D.C., spontaneous demonstrations erupted after the new president’s unexpectedly decisive approvals for both pipelines.
While Focus Is On DC Marches, Police Resume Violent Crackdown At Dakota Access Pipeline By
Police, emboldened by a series of proposed state bills in North Dakota's legislature targeting protesters, have resumed their violent crackdown against DAPL protesters.
Police At Dakota Access Pipeline Protest Fire On Prayer Circle With Rubber Bullets By
Morton County Sheriff’s Department officers together with the National Guard began firing less-than-lethal projectiles, pepper spray, and, reportedly, mace on a group of water protectors at Standing Rock during what was supposed to be a prayerful, peaceful walk to the