We look at the recent Camp Fire, the deadliest and most destructive in California’s history, and revisit an investigation from earlier this year.
The agency based its decision on “shockingly insufficient” company studies. Now millions of dollars in soybeans and other crops have been destroyed.
As the public fixates on the EPA chief’s travel habits, he’s making it easier for industry to pollute.
Do officials need to reconsider their approach to building where the risk of wildfire is highest?
Tell us about your experience with rising seas and climate change.
West Virginia officials reversed a decision to move the schools from a flooded community to a new campus 30 miles away.
While recovery experts support the attempt to save FEMA money, disaster-impacted communities have found their vital public institutions relocated without residents being given an opportunity to voice concerns.
Reveal goes to places where poisonous chemicals are so deadly that they can devastate a town. And they all have one thing in common: The people in these towns are overwhelmingly black, brown and poor.
President Donald Trump claims he hasn’t “had one call from anybody” about the Dakota Access Pipeline. So we think it’s time to make your thoughts known on the controversial energy project.
North Dakota’s new governor, Doug Burgum, shares much with his predecessor, Jack Dalrymple, including support of the hotly contested Dakota Access Pipeline.