Residents rushed to safety after pipeline rupture causes fiery blast.
If this is forward, when do we sack the driver and turn around?
Corporate attorneys insist coal company's CEO is not a public figure at all.
Activists train in Madison for civil disobedience and, potentially, mass arrests.
Quite possibly the most absurd Fox News clip of the year.
Bush-appointed judges bolster oil industry's push for Keystone XL.
Massive spill hits N. Dakota last month, but the media is largely absent.
The "ethical oil" campaign has a new backer: Anita Dunn.
On the one-year anniversary of the explosion at the refinery, 2,500 people marched to its gates.
From South Dakota to New Brunswick, they are out to destroy our water.
“It is up to us to bring them to justice. They’ve got an awfully lot of money. And time is awfully short. But there are people all over the world ready to fight with us.”
My guest this week is Greg Muttitt, author of "Fuel on the Fire: Oil and Politics in Occupied Iraq."
“Without a doubt this is a very serious conflict of interest,” says Public Citizen.
BP has spent a lot of money selling the idea that all is back to normal in the Gulf. But that's simply not the case.