Lockouts and Train Blocks: An Update on the Coal Country Protests
The Kentucky miners' stakeout highlights the vulnerable position workers face when coal companies go belly-up in bankruptcy.
California Passes a $21 Billion Wildfire Victims' Fund to Protect Utilities From Damage Claims
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Friday, changing how the state will pay for wildfire damage.
As PG&E Files for Bankruptcy, Who Is Liable for California's Wildfires?
Climate change and development have undoubtedly increased fire risk in California, but if utilities don't pay the damages, someone else will.
Chinese Investors Are Buying Up Real Estate in Detroit
Chinese investors are buying up much of the bankrupt city's real estate. What might this mean for the future of the country Detroit is often used to symbolize?
Pittsburgh Booming: Best Places for Upward Social Mobility in the U.S.
The Steel City offers a better chance for upward mobility than almost any other place in the United States.
The 4 Things You Need to Know About Detroit's Bankruptcy
It's not all bad news in the Motor City.