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A fracking company made federal and state agencies that oversee drinking-water safety wait days before it shared a list of toxic chemicals that spilled from a drilling site into a tributary of the Ohio River.
Congress might not be accomplishing much these days, but that doesn't mean it's not wrestling with significant issues. One of these, mandatory labeling for some food products, resonates in Oregon, where even two Democratic congressmen disagree forcefully on the subject.
We don’t wish to spoil anyone’s summer holiday in our beautiful countryside, but that pretty dappled river meandering through the fields may not be all it appears. Armageddon could be brewing on its bed.
Alarm bells have been ringing in Britain, the United States and the World Health Organization about antibiotic resistance. It seems the world is suddenly sitting up and worrying about this looming catastrophe. Britain’s chief medical officer, Sally Davies, has called it a threat as great as terrorism or climate change.
Much of human activity is focused on the quest for efficiency -- getting the most out of our resources so that we can improve our standard of living. Problem is, what we perceive as efficient is often making us worse off in ways that are difficult for the human mind to grasp.
So let me get this straight: The state government is telling us we can't hose down the driveway and should feel guilty about watering the lawn. But it's OK for somebody to pump all the groundwater he wants?
A toxics watch group has warned the public against buying mercury-tainted whitening products allegedly imported from the United States, China, Japan and Taiwan and sold in Manila and Quezon City.
Something extraordinary is happening to poor pregnant women: They're giving birth to healthier babies. The changes reflect improved access to care, as well as a complex array of other factors, from pollution to nutrition to violence at home.
Sea turtles enjoy a protected status in Pakistan. However, an issue of major concern is that even though the turtles are protected, their nesting habitats, including the Karachi beaches, are not.
Decades after grey seals were all but wiped out in New England waters, the population has rebounded so much that some frustrated residents are calling for a controlled hunt.
Tissue samples from 28 birds in a nine-block residential area in St. Louis, Michigan, contained DDX at levels that many times greater than those found to induce death in laboratory settings.
Student researchers have found that specially coated roof tiles have potential smog-eating capabilities, prompting questions about where else the coating could be applied for more smog-fighting results.
Climate change is thought to be churning rougher seas, causing mass seabird deaths earlier this year.
A massive wildfire raging east of Washington state's Cascade Mountains showed some sign of calming Sunday, with fire crews saying they had slowed the expansion of a wind-whipped blaze that destroyed about 100 homes and displaced hundreds of people.
Whirlpool wants the government to ban class action lawsuits against companies when tests reveal their products carrying the Energy Star label do not deserve the listings.
Armed bandits are threatening villagers with death unless they deliver 35 buckets of water each day in northern India, where water is scarce thanks to an ongoing drought and a poor supply.
With this year's monsoon rains several weeks late, the world's second-largest sugar and rice producer is on the verge of widespread drought in the face of a developing Pacific Ocean weather event known as El Niño, which is often associated with drought in South Asia.
Maine town could be in for a legal fight if it passes an ordinance that would prevent oilsands crude from reaching its port.
The Great Barrier Reef is in the worst state it's been in since records began and will be "pretty ugly" within 40 years, Australian scientists say.
The Obama administration has sided with energy developers over environmentalists, approving the use of underwater blasts of sound to pinpoint oil and gas deposits in federal Atlantic Ocean waters.