Vermont Measure to Charge Big Oil for Climate Damages

Vermont is expected to become one of the first states to hold Big Oil accountable for the damages caused by climate change. The state may soon pass a groundbreaking measure that w... Read more

Should U.S. Implement Laws Protecting Private Data from AI Access?

Artificial intelligence is rapidly integrating into our everyday lives, transforming the way we work, live, and interact with one another. As the technology continues to evolve, its abilities and c... Read more

Biden Signs Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan Aid, and TikTok Bill

Biden signed a bill that approved aid for Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan, which could lead to a ban on TikTok. The military aid package is worth $95 billion, providing resources to Ukraine, Israel, an... Read more

EPA Imposes Drinking Water Limit on 'Forever Chemicals'

The EPA has set legally enforceable PFAS limits in drinking water, marking a "historic" ruling in public health. PFAS are a group of dangerous compounds known as "forever chemicals&q... Read more

How Divided Are Americans Going into the 2024 Election?

The American public is deeply divided on the political front, causing heightened tension around new policies, Supreme Court cases, elections, and more. Despite the deep political polarization, a ne... Read more

🌎 Are You Ready To Take Action Against Climate Change?

Climate scientists and advocates are urging leaders and the public to step up and do something to protect the Earth as we know it. Are you ready to take action? Donate to your favorite climate org... Read more

Should U.S. Implement a New Tax on AI to Fund Worker Benefits?

As technology advances, AI becomes more integrated into our society. While leaders in AI promise a future of increased efficiency and productivity, many are raising concerns about the displacement ... Read more

Moscow Concert Hall, Russia’s Deadliest Attack in Decades

On Friday, March 22, at least four men fired automatic weapons into a sold-out show at the Crocus City Hall auditorium in Krasnogorsk, Russia, and then set the building on fire. At least 137 people... Read more

Utah Bill Encourages Teachers To Carry Firearms

This week, Utah's Gov. Spencer Cox signed a bill that encourages teachers to carry a gun in their classrooms. The legislation will fund tactical training for teachers to learn how to use firear... Read more

What You Need To Know for Tomorrow’s Super Tuesday

Tomorrow, March 5, is Super Tuesday, when multiple states will hold their primary elections or caucuses. A significant moment in the presential election, Super Tuesday ultimately, and unofficially,... Read more