The baby on the floor next to the unsmiling woman. The burning newspaper just beyond the baby’s grasp. The tiny monkey on a leash, led by the man in...
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The question is whether the scales of justice will be as balanced as the news article, or whether Chevron's superior firepower will be able to overwhelm the gripping stories of those impacted.
I'm the one who asked you about global warming at the Council on Foreign Relations last week. I accused you of being in denial. I'm afraid your answer proved it.
Beware the easy slogan, the unproven bit of advice and the newly-coined parenting expert.
Have we gone overboard? Have we tipped the scale too far in the unconditional direction that we now feel the need to worship and praise our child for every word uttered and every diaper dirtied?
A paper just published in a psychology journal provides a fresh look at one of the most often-discussed early studies of human behavior, the "Little Albert" experiment.
Downey and Law still have fun with the repartee between their characters but the genuine affection between the two men is missing. Best friends in the first film, they now appear as casual acquaintances.
"We don't want to continue dying from cancer:" This is the message that Emergildo Criollo, leader of the indigenous Cofan tribe is sending to John Watson, the new CEO of Chevron.
This letter references a confidential corporate memo that provides shocking insight into the reckless practices employed by Texaco (now Chevron) in Ecuador.
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