The EPA extended its approval of the weed killer for two more years, despite scientists’ warnings.
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.
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The chairman of the EPA’s smog and soot panel has made his living challenging health findings on behalf of industry.
We hike through the jungles of El Salvador to find an elusive fleet of shark-fishing boats that are implicated in overfishing and possible human traff
Climate change was removed from a key planning document for a New England national park after officials were warned to avoid sensitive topics.
The Army Corps of Engineers’ delay in activating a floodway – land designated to take on water – cost millions in damage to Cairo, Illinois.
This week, we team up with ProPublica to investigate how rising waters have set off a race to build the highest levee.
One Missouri town’s levee saga captures what’s wrong with America’s approach to controlling rivers.
Fires have grown larger, more intense and unpredictable. But federal research that helps prevent and respond to them is on the chopping block.