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Dozens of lawsuits are pending as a result of a 2008 dam collapse in Tennessee.
Duke Energy is asking a federal judge to make the sworn statements of a state environmental toxicologist off-limits to the public amid an ongoing lawsuit between environmentalists and the energy company over coal ash.
Two chemicals that have made thousands of industrial and consumer products stick-, heat- and grease-resistant also are presumed to be hazardous to people's immune systems, a scientific panel said July 19.
With the coal boom on the wane, mining companies want to escape the cost of rehabilitating their sites. But even if governments effectively restrain them, many of the huge voids in the landscape will never be filled in.
Florida health officials said Tuesday they were investigating a possible case of Zika that wasn't carried back by a traveler.
The following timeline charts the origin and spread of the Zika virus from its discovery nearly 70 years ago.
Obese children who cut sugar from their diets saw improvements in markers of heart disease after just nine days.
Mosquito infestation in Hong Kong reaches ‘alert’ level, index shows, prompting fears of dengue and Zika virus transmission.
An index that measures growth in the numbers of a type of mosquito that could transmit dengue fever and the Zika virus has exceeded an “alert” level in eight districts and reached a new high for the city overall.
Australian authorities said on Wednesday they are investigating whether building materials supplied by Hong Kong-listed Yuanda China contain the banned mineral asbestos and have seized evidence related to the checks.
There appears to have been no health implications following a nitrate contamination in part of Christchurch's water supply.
Residents in Southern NH exposed to high levels of PFOA can begin getting their blood tested, but those blood tests will likely take months to be processed.
Portland faces critical choices ahead in deciding how to satisfy a federal directive to reduce the amount of lead in tap water.
The people of Utah — and their lungs — deserve the best we can provide in terms of air quality monitoring and clean-up, with specific sources pinpointed as accurately and quickly as humanly possible.
People living near the now shuttered Exide battery plant in Los Angeles are, in some cases, living with lead levels so high their properties qualify as hazardous waste sites.
In Syria's besieged areas, civilians are planting their own urban gardens to make up for the lack of humanitarian aid and exorbitant cost of black-market food.
The California State Water Resources Control Board will soon set a maximum contaminant level for 1,2,3 Trichloropropane, or 1,2,3 TCP.
Alameda County on Tuesday became the first Bay Area county to ban fracking. A coalition of environmental groups had worked for more than two years to persuade county leaders to ban fracking.
When a Union Pacific oil train derailed and burst into fire in Mosier, Oregon, in June, the initial damage was in plain view, as dark smoke billowed into the sky. Now there's invisible damage.
Zika virus infection appears to have passed from one member of a Utah family to another, but not by any of the known paths of transmission: sex, pregnancy, or mosquito bite.
Beyond cap-and-trade: Environmentalists say California will have fewer emissions and better policy if it ditches the program.
California's cap-and-trade program is a cornerstone of the state's effort to curb greenhouse gases. But it's also in crisis.