Emergency Services Unit of the New York Police Department (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
NYPD graduation ceremony in Madison Square Garden, July 2005. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The most comprehesive study ever done of climate in the last millennium found the last 50 years in Australia have been the warmest Scientists from Melbourne university used 27 different types of natu
A community group in Seattle is transforming a 7-acre plot of land into a forest of fruit trees where neighbors will be encouraged to forage and meet each other.
A federal judge in New York has given the go ahead for a class action lawsuit to move forward against the city’s police department over allegations that its stop-and-frisk program has continuously allowed officers to discriminate against minorities.
Troubled Waters: Discussion with Thao Chi Nguyen on Creating Alternatives for Asian American Fishers.
After the BP oil disaster, Thao Chi Nguyen worked with Asian Americans for Change (AAC) to provide services and advocate for Asian American fishing communities along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She spoke with Bridge The Gulf and the Institute for Southern Studies for the report Troubled Waters: Two ...
Mystery Illness and Mystery Smells: The Neighbors of America’s Fracking Boom Need Answers | Stuart H
Kay Allen is a nurse who deserves some answers. She works at a health clinic in Burgettstown, Pa. -- in the southwestern corner of the Keystone State where the
Yet another study showing that genetically modified foods cause sterility -- this one in humans instead of just animals. Health and medical experts in N...
When civilizations start to die they go insane. Let the ice sheets in the Arctic melt. Let the temperatures rise. Let the air, soil and water be poisoned. Let the forests die.
A US federal judge has temporarily blocked a section of the controversial National Defense Authorization Act that allows for the indefinite military detention of US citizens.