Climate

Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Ongoing protests in British Columbia to stop a tar sands pipeline project by fossil fuel giant Kinder Morgan escalated on Thursday night after 26 protesters were violently arrested. Those arrested also included protesters who refused to comply with an injunction issued earlier in the week ordering them to move from their encampment on the mountain...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Don't let the winter cold spell fool you. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Seven students at Harvard University, among the most prestigious and wealthiest...

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They did it again! Despite massive backlash the last time they pulled this crap, Walmart is once more holding food drives with bins asking "associates" to "succeed" by helping out co-workers in need because the company that last year raked in profits of $16 billion - putting their combined worth at $148.8 billion - won't pay them a living wage. Last year, it was Ohio. This year, it's at least Oklahoma, with bake sales in Indiana. Many Black Friday protests coming. Fuck Walmart.