Laura Poitras’ documentary about Nan Goldin is more than just a snapshot of the photographer’s life.
But as California moves to decriminalize street vending, many wonder if aggressive policing will stop.
An International Space Station instrument looks for dust, finds methane vent in the Permian Basin.
The poor would likely bear the costs of energy transition, but benefit from cleaner air and less warming.
The newsroom drama chronicles the investigation that exposed a Hollywood producer and helped ignite the #MeToo movement.
As a warming planet brings economic tensions to a boil, following the money can reveal some critical stories.
Like the Tea Party before them, Freedom Caucus House members have been loud and divisive. Why haven’t they paid the same price?
With election deniers up and down the ballot, key voters don’t rank democracy as a big concern.
As the state’s top prosecutor, gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro promised Dimock residents justice for years of water pollution. Resolution has yet to come.
Their opposition to co-locating charters on traditional campuses reflects tensions throughout many schools and districts.
Measure ULA would fund affordable housing through a tax on real estate sales of more than $5 million.
In Michigan, those most affected by voting restrictions target DTE Energy and other corporations.
Republicans are seen as friends of oil and gas, but donations to powerful Democrats say they are, too.
Councilmembers blocked by the trio now see opportunity for housing reforms.
Billionaire Trump backer Peter Thiel leads the pack.
Voter suppression blocks calls by Texans of color for regulation and climate action.