The tactic, called nullification, is picking up steam in rural, mainly Republican areas of states run by Democrats.
As more states raise their minimum wage, some companies are saving money by finding other ways to stiff employees, such as forcing them to work off the clock.
Russ Baker takes a tour through the KGB Museum of grotesque and quaint spy tools, located in the heart of New York City, of all places.
Mice are able to see how they run thanks to gene therapists at UC Berkeley, and it looks promising for macular degeneration patients.
The weakness of government regulators and why the fox should not be guarding the henhouse.
The final excerpt from former Army intelligence officer John Newman’s latest book, ‘Into the Storm: The Assassination of President Kennedy Volume III.’
Tech giants are leveraging new technologies that aid oil extraction, hiding behind philanthropy but reaping profits while hastening ecological collapse.
Manual audits of machine-marked “paper ballots” from hybrid voting systems cannot detect fraud because the hybrids can change votes after the ballots have been cast.
Red flags laws may prevent gun violence as well as suicides, but they also introduce civil rights concerns that will likely lead to court challenges.
The widespread adoption of surveillance-based business practices by tech giants Amazon, Google, and Facebook poses an existential threat to a democratic capitalist society.
Students in the US and worldwide skipped class to join the Youth Climate Strike, demanding legislative action to stop climate change.
Researchers have linked the advent of food processing techniques 8000 years ago to advances in language.
An alternative view of the contours of power and politics in America.
With gun violence on the rise for the first time since the 1990s, active shooter drills are becoming a “normal” part of the school day. Here’s what kids are being taught and why.
Restoring government of the people — or not — will define the nation’s future, activists say.
Over the past 11 years, Emilio Gutierrez has been on a roller coaster — detained two times and threatened with deportation, then given reprieves.
As the Trump administration furthers its ties to Saudi Arabia, the US says it will not pursue a Saudi man who fled Oregon after killing a teenage girl in a hit-and-run.
Threats to accessing government information, intrusive surveillance of citizens, and a weakened news industry create a somber event.
The US is trying to sell chicken to Britain once they leave Europe, but they are resisting. Why?
Mike Berners-Lee looks at ways our global problems and challenges are connected.