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- 10/24/16--10:11: _WATER POLLUTION: Su...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _NUCLEAR WASTE: Cost...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _CHEMICAL SAFETY: N....
- 10/24/16--10:11: _CHEMICALS: Spill at...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _DROUGHT: As Ala. wa...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _WATER POLLUTION: Re...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _WESTERN WATER: Offi...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _AIR POLLUTION: EPA ...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _DOE: Moniz aide to ...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _NUCLEAR POWER: Wast...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _PIPELINES: 1,300-ba...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _OBITUARY: Climate s...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _DRINKING WATER: EPA...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _FISHERIES: Tens of ...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _GULF SPILL: La. cho...
- 10/24/16--10:11: _PUBLIC LANDS: N.M. ...
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- 10/24/16--10:10: _WILDLIFE: Air Force...
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- 10/24/16--10:10: _NORTH CAROLINA: Coa...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _ALASKA: Democrats f...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _PENNSYLVANIA: Shust...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _CLIMATE: HFC deal a...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _SUPERFUND: GOP sena...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _RENEWABLE ENERGY: G...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _CAMPAIGN 2016: Clin...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _INTERIOR: Podesta p...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _POLITICS: Podesta's...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _NEWSMAKER: Yale pro...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _SUPERFUND: Pollutio...
- 10/24/16--10:10: _CLIMATE: EPA to FER...
- 10/24/16--10:11: WATER POLLUTION: Surfers show link between tainted water, illness
- 10/24/16--10:11: NUCLEAR WASTE: Costs spike after fiery accident
- 10/24/16--10:11: CHEMICAL SAFETY: N.J. refinery mirrors Texas safety issues
- 10/24/16--10:11: CHEMICALS: Spill at Kan. vodka plant leads to respiratory complaints
- 10/24/16--10:11: WESTERN WATER: Officials want to leave more water in Calif. rivers
- 10/24/16--10:11: DOE: Moniz aide to lead Nev. environment shop under GOP governor
- 10/24/16--10:11: NUCLEAR POWER: Waste lingers as plants close
- 10/24/16--10:11: PIPELINES: 1,300-barrel leak hits Susquehanna River
- 10/24/16--10:11: OBITUARY: Climate scientist dies conducting research in Antarctica
- 10/24/16--10:11: FISHERIES: Tens of thousands of dead shad wash up in La.
- 10/24/16--10:11: GULF SPILL: La. chooses first 6 restoration projects
- 10/24/16--10:10: WILDLIFE: Air Force base opens gates to homeless gopher tortoises
- 10/24/16--10:10: TEXAS: Libertarian eyes open Railroad Commission seat
- 10/24/16--10:10: NORTH CAROLINA: Coal ash takes center stage in governor's race
- 10/24/16--10:10: ALASKA: Democrats face internal strife in race against Murkowski
- 10/24/16--10:10: PENNSYLVANIA: Shuster touts Trump, slams EPA in three-way race
- 10/24/16--10:10: CLIMATE: HFC deal an 'empty promise' without Senate — Inhofe
- 10/24/16--10:10: SUPERFUND: GOP senators slam EPA for 'sloppy' documentation
- 10/24/16--10:10: RENEWABLE ENERGY: Governors' group announces new leadership
- 10/24/16--10:10: INTERIOR: Podesta pitched Jewell for secretary in '08
- 10/24/16--10:10: POLITICS: Podesta's famous pasta
- 10/24/16--10:10: NEWSMAKER: Yale prof keeps cool as Clinton Cabinet talk heats up
- 10/24/16--10:10: SUPERFUND: Pollution, death taint former Alcoa company town
- 10/24/16--10:10: CLIMATE: EPA to FERC: 'We really need to talk'
Over 600 surfers helped in a groundbreaking epidemiological study of the risks of surfing in polluted waters.
One year ago, an underground fire at a low-level nuclear waste dump in Nevada ignited a series of volatile eruptions that spewed hazardous debris 60 feet into the air.
The Phillips 66 Bayway Refinery is the second largest on the East Coast. The Linden, N.J., facility is 12 miles from the 9/11 memorial in Manhattan, and a disaster there could disrupt energy supplies for millions in the Northeast.
A chemical spill at a plant in Kansas on Friday sent a toxic plume over the city of Atchison and led doctors to treat over 100 people for respiratory problems.
Nearly all of Alabama is dealing with drought from moderate severity to exceptional drought, which is the highest classification listed in the Department of Agriculture's U.S. Drought Monitor.
Missouri officials have highlighted multiple sources of contamination at a controversial landfill and asked the dump's manager to conduct "corrective measures" in order to remediate a subterranean fire that is burning inside the landfill.
State regulators are moving to leave more water in two of the biggest rivers in California in an effort to preserve the native ecosystem of the San Francisco Bay and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
U.S. EPA has rejected a petition for reconsideration of its air standards for residential wood-burning stoves and heaters released last year.
Brad Crowell is leaving his post as the Department of Energy's top congressional liaison to lead environmental efforts in his home state of Nevada.
As nuclear power plants shutter amid high operating costs, leaders are wrestling with what some call a broken system of trying to store radioactive waste.
A pipeline in Pennsylvania spilled about 1,300 barrels of gasoline into the Susquehanna River on Friday.
Climate scientist Gordon Hamilton died Saturday in a snowmobile accident in Antarctica, according to the National Science Foundation, which was funding his research efforts.
The nonprofit Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued U.S. EPA today, accusing the agency of withholding records on its contentious guidelines for radioactivity in drinking water.
State officials say a cold front killed tens of thousands of fish that washed up on the shore of the False River in Louisiana.
Louisiana officials have chosen the first six projects aimed at restoring damage from the 2010 BP PLC oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
A small town in New Mexico is bracing for a transformation since a national monument was declared on its doorstep.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell issued an order Friday aimed at offering greater opportunities for Native American communities to manage public tracts with connections to the tribes.
Eglin Air Force Base in the Florida Panhandle is home to the largest swath of habitat for gopher tortoises in the southeastern United States, but the sprawling tract has historically had few tortoises.
A Libertarian candidate is making waves in the election to fill an open seat on the Texas Railroad Commission.
In North Carolina's race for governor, Charlotte-based Duke Energy Corp., one of the most powerful political players in the state, and its coal ash ponds are becoming a major campaign issue.
Alaska's Democratic Party has quietly been cutting ties with its candidate for U.S. Senate, Ray Metcalfe. And many party members are now looking to independent candidate Margaret Stock to represent their state.
House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster touted support from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and bashed U.S. EPA during a Friday debate in an effort to fend off two challengers.
The global agreement on curbing heat-trapping pollutants used in air conditioning and refrigeration will be an "empty promise" from the Obama administration without Senate approval, said Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.).
Republican Sens. Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma and Mike Rounds of South Dakota this morning unveiled a Government Accountability Office report that found U.S. EPA oversight of Superfund sediment sites is lagging.
The Governors' Wind & Solar Energy Coalition has picked Rhode Island Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) as chairwoman and Kansas Republican Gov. Sam Brownback as vice chairman, the group announced today.
In the days leading up to the crucial Super Tuesday presidential primary contests this year, Hillary Clinton's campaign considered using Robert Stanton — the first African-American director of the National Park Service — to emphasize the diversity of its supporters and encourage more environmental groups to back her bid for the Democratic nomination.
Back in 2008, John Podesta thought that Sally Jewell would make a great Interior secretary, as long as she was "keen on shooting animals," according to emails allegedly hacked from his personal account.
John Podesta emails about pasta nearly as much as he writes about climate change policy.
It's hard to fluster Yale professor Dan Esty, a polished energy and environment commentator and sought-after sustainability guru who commands speaking fees of more than $20,000.
Macy Hinson noticed his neighbors were dying too young.
U.S. EPA is seeking a headquarters-level discussion with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to promote deeper, more comprehensive climate reviews of proposed natural gas pipelines.