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Report slams EPA civil rights compliance

By Talia Buford and Kristen Lombardi

Former cleanup workers blame illnesses on toxic coal ash exposures

By Kristen Lombardi

Coal ash bedevils Oklahoma town, revealing weakness of EPA rule

By Kristen Lombardi

'It just ruined everything — the whole life'

By Maryam Jameel

Hot mess: states struggle to deal with radioactive fracking waste

By Jie Jenny Zou

Commentary: Update of Toxic Substances Control Act a worthy step that's long overdue

By Jim Morris

EPA discretion on settled civil rights case not subject to review, court rules

By Talia Buford

Philip Morris uses chemical industry consultants to perpetuate 'light cigarette' myth

By David Heath

Commentary: Why I missed the Flint story

By Talia Buford

Senators seek better conflict disclosures for scientific articles

By David Heath

Dying depositions

By Jie Jenny Zou

Length of depositions not widely regulated

By Jie Jenny Zou

Forty-two years later, OSHA OKs rule protecting workers from silica

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Compensation program for sick nuclear workers plagued by problems, ombudsman finds

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Brokers of junk science?

By Jie Jenny Zou

Ford spent $40 million to reshape asbestos science

By Jim Morris

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