Dan Rather Reports profiles one of the most powerful environmentalists in the country, Mary Nichols. As chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board, Nichols is implementing ground-breaking laws that will change the way California – and the country – drive cars.
In the fall of 2011, as Occupy Wall Street reached its pinnacle, anger towards the financial sector wasn’t limited to Lower Manhatttan. When Bank of America announced a $5 debit card fee, it caused some savvy citizens to turn to social media to empower a grassroots movement that would eventually sweep the nation and force […]
In the fall of 2011, a small group of people marched on Wall Street to protest the lack of accountability the financial mecca had assumed for the U.S. recession. Soon, that small group expanded to thousands, and eventually millions as tech-savvy leaders spread the message of Occupy Wall Street globally.