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Duke Energy fined $25.1 million for groundwater damage from coal ash

By Kristen Lombardi

National Academy of Sciences agrees with EPA that formaldehyde causes cancer

By David Heath

EPA plan would slash climate-damaging carbon emissions from 1,000 existing power plants

Oil giant Citgo gets off easy in criminal case

By Priscila Mosqueda

Residents of polluted U.S. communities fear planned cuts in EPA enforcement

By Ronnie Greene and Chris Hamby

States target toxic chemicals as Washington fails to act

By Ronnie Greene

Lauded public health researcher also worked for industry, revealing entanglements of science

By David Heath

Berkeley training helps researchers 'work around' potential conflicts

By David Heath

High bladder cancer rate shrouds New York plant, exposing chemical hazards in the workplace

By Jim Morris

Facing lawsuits over deadly asbestos, paper giant launched secretive research program

By Jim Morris

California bypasses feds, presses ahead on regulation of toxic chemicals

By Ronnie Greene

In new battleground over toxic reform, American Chemistry Council targets the states

By Ronnie Greene

Best of friends: Baltimore mayor, chemical lobbyist

By Ronnie Greene

Session for state officials "intended to educate," not influence, corporate sponsor says

By Ronnie Greene

Industry muscle targets federal 'Report on Carcinogens'

By Jim Morris and Chris Hamby

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