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Local Activists File Suit to Stop EPA’s Rollback

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor The Wilmington-based Coalition for a Safe Environment is one of two local groups in a national 13-group coalition that filed suit just before Christmas to block the Trump administration’s attempt to roll back the Chemical Disast

Impeachment — Fact vs Fantasy

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor   “Democrats brought a gavel to an impeachment gun fight.” That was the headline of a weekend op-ed by Kurt Bardella, a former spokesperson Republican on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, who switched parties i

Forget Trump — Impeach the Party that Enables Him

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor Donald Trump almost certainly won’t be impeached and removed from office, despite overwhelming evidence he’s guilty of bribery. But that doesn’t mean he can’t be held accountable — along with the increasingly cult-like p

Welcome to the Age of Fire

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “We might rightly speak of a coming Fire Age equivalent in stature to the Ice Ages of the Pleistocene,” fire historian Steve Pyne wrote in late August.  “Call it the Pyr

Port Approves Another Flawed China Shipping Plan

Plaintiffs Seek City Council Override

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On March 28, 2001, the members of the Port of Los Angeles Harbor Commission approved construction of

Walter Lippmann in Wonderland: Project Censored’s Top 10 Stories

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor  Every year, Project Censored scours the landscape for the most important stories that the mainstream

Youth Climate Strike — The Voices of the Future Call Out

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor More than 4 million people in 185 countries around the globe took part in Climate Strike on Sept. 20, a little more than a year after Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg started th

Massive New Quake Threat Revealed in Harbor Area

Magnitude 7.2-7.4 possible

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor A newly-recognized fault could produce earthquakes as strong as magnitude 7 or higher according to research unc

Historic Workers’ Rights Bill AB 5 Nears Final Vote

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor  A revolution in workers’ rights protection is close to becoming reality, in the form of AB 5, which would put an end to widespread worker misclassification that st

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