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Wiretap: Another mass shooting leaves us mourning the dead and asking...

No one seems to understand why a 64-year-old man with no criminal history and, according to his brother, with no history of gun violence,...

WATCH: Why they protest. Hundreds flood Sen. Cory Gardner’s office in...

Hundreds of protestors flocked outside the Denver office of Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner Tuesday. "Shock event after shock event. We need to put a...

PHOTOS: Protesters brave cold to support Electoral College rebellion

Today at noon, 538 Electoral College members from across the nation will meet to cast their votes for president. The vote is typically nothing...

Green Party protesters disrupted a live televised US Senate debate in...

  DENVER — Flanked by a throng of city cops, more than a dozen Green Party activists loudly disrupted the only live televised U.S. Senate...

Texas district responds to protests against Liz Fagen’s hire

A day after announcing former Douglas County School District Superintendent Liz Fagen would take the helm of the 39,000-student Humble (TX) Independent School District,...

Protests against drilling on public lands are escalating

This story first appeared on High Country News.   The movement to halt oil and gas drilling on public lands kicked into higher gear on May...

BLM auctions drilling rights to Pawnee National Grasslands

Lakewood — Inside the Bureau of Land Management office Thursday, a fast talking, cowboy-hat-wearing auctioneer did quick work: In three hours, buyers had purchased...

Watchdog targets mayors: Stop harassing journalists covering Occupy protests

As has been widely reported, police crackdowns on the Occupy movement in cities across the country have extended beyond the protesters to include attacks on journalists as a way to stanch news of police action. Ten reporters were arrested in New York when police cleared Zuccotti Park on Tuesday, including reporters for the AP, NPR, and the New York Daily News, according to watchdog organization Free Press. The organization announced today it has launched a campaign "targeted at mayors around the country to demand they honor the 1st Amendment and drop all charges against journalists."

‘Occupy Aspen’ tries to bring populist protests to posh 1-percent playground

It was a modest start, but a start nonetheless for disaffected worker bees representing the 99 percent toiling in the 1-percent playground of the rich and famous in Aspen on Monday.

Oil and gas lease protests way down in wake of Obama...

Sportsmen and conservation groups are singing the praises of a new federal analysis showing protests of proposed oil and gas leases on federal lands are way down in the wake of reforms first implemented by the Interior Department last year.