New revelations cast doubt on the official story that Billey Joe Johnson accidentally killed himself.
There have long been concerns about the quality of investigations into suspicious deaths of young Black men in the state, especially when police are involved.
There’s a way to “fight” climate change that’s cheap, popular and completely ineffective.
Medications like Suboxone help pregnant women safely treat addiction. But in many states, taking them can trigger investigations by child welfare agencies that separate mothers from their newborns.
Across the country, states are moving to renewable energy – but Montana is doubling down on fossil fuels.
The U.S. has promised to move away from fossil fuels, but the natural gas industry is booming.
This is the largest-ever settlement of a fees dispute under California’s anti-SLAPP statute.
The case exemplifies a troublesome legal trend: deep-pocketed interests seeking to silence journalists with meritless, expensive defamation suits.
As the pandemic sends more people online for entertainment, we look at how companies such as Facebook turn information about their users into profits.
As smart devices become a bigger part of our lives, we look at how Facebook and other companies profit from information about their users.