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Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Millions May Be Exposed To Potentially Harmful Nitrate Levels In Drinking Water - Study Finds

Millions of Americans face exposure to elevated nitrate levels in their drinking water, a study finds, which puts them at greater risk of developing health problems.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Bowing to Coal Industry, EPA Moves to Weaken Mercury & Air Toxics Standards | NRDC

The agency is trying to undo safeguards that help to save tens of thousands of lives a year.

Health & Fitness | News Items

FACT CHECK: Is the EPA Allowing for the Approval of New Asbestos-Containing Products?

The Environmental Protection Agency will be allowing for potential new uses of asbestos, while limiting the scope of studies that assess its risk.

Politics | Politics

Embattled EPA head Pruitt resigns

Scott Pruitt resigned from his position leading the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday, following months of high-profile controversies regarding his spending, ethics and management at the agency. "I have

Politics | Politics

Lost amid all the 'noise' over Scott Pruitt is the very real damage Obama's EPA did to rural communities | Fox News

My work takes me to small, energy-rich towns around the country - the places where America gets its power, where multiple generations of energy workers live and worship and raise their families.

Science & Technology | Science

'Junk science'? Studies behind Obama regulations under fire | Fox News

Scientific studies used by the Obama administration to help justify tough environmental regulations are coming under intensifying scrutiny, with critics questioning their merit as the Trump EPA reverses or delays some of those rules.

Politics | Politics

Trump bans EPA employees from giving social media updates

EPA grants have reportedly been frozen, with agency employees barred from speaking about it.

Science & Technology | Global Warming

Hilarious: EPA Chief Gina McCarthy Says Climate Change Is A “Science Fact”; Can’t Verify Predictions Are Accurate�

News | News

Court slows EPA on emissions, but largely backs its rules

The Supreme Court on Monday took away some of the government's power to tighten emission standards, but preserved the majority of its authority under federal law to regulate greenhouse gases.