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A new warning about a common chemical is causing concern for many pregnant women in the Valley. But it's almost impossible to limit exposure to what's called the everywhere chemical because it's in plastics.
The number of Iowa lakes, rivers and streams impaired by pollution has climbed 15 percent in two years, according to a new state report, prompting environmental groups to say the state's efforts to reduce pollution aren't working.
If the FBI moves its headquarters to Greenbelt it could have a profound effect on a tributary to the Anacostia River, a waterway federal and local officials have spent decades and millions of dollars trying to restore. But it may not be a negative effect.
Around 27 billion tons of coal are thought to be locked under the ground of the Galilee Basin in the outback of Queensland. A huge proposed complex of coal mines is planned here, including the world’s largest thermal coal project.
The government of Colombia on Thursday night rejected a major tool in the American-backed antidrug campaign, ordering a halt to the aerial spraying of the country's vast illegal plantings of coca, citing concerns that the spray causes cancer.
California’s drought has painfully proven that water is a finite resource. The nation should be moving forward, not backward, on safeguards.
This summer, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to champion cleaner air for his constituents. We down here in Chester, Berks and Montgomery counties concur.
This milestone in the history of fast-food scruples (and of advertising) is also a noteworthy cultural development: the systematic incorporation of anti-scientific attitudes into corporate branding strategies.
Today is Nakba day - when Palestinians everywhere remember in their native land, stolen homes, demolished villages and long-lost way of life with grief, anger and a deep yearning that endures from generation to generation, writes Johnny Barber.
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