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American Chemistry Council lied about lobbying role on flame retardants, consultant says

By David Heath

Labor Dept. proposes rule to keep coal companies from hiding evidence in black lung cases

By Chris Hamby

On Workers' Memorial Day 2015, an appeal to control toxic substances

By Jim Morris

Fracking hearing airs claims about conflicts of interest, ‘misinformation’

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Plant flares could pump out more pollution than previously thought

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Job-related deaths among Latino, contract workers rose in 2013

By Talia Buford

Much room for improvement in flawed black lung benefits program, audit finds

By Jim Morris

Chairman of 'grossly mismanaged' Chemical Safety Board resigns

By Jim Morris

Interior: New fracking rules are good for public, industry

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Battle over smog standard heats up, with dueling arguments over cost

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Texas aligns itself with industry in fight against tighter smog standards

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

From rural Utah to Dallas and L.A.: Smog besets communities across U.S.

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

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

By Kristen Lombardi

Workplace injury, illness costs being foisted on workers, government, OSHA's Michaels says

By Talia Buford and Maryam Jameel

Special issue of journal looks at fracking's effects on people, animals

By Jim Morris

Chemical Safety Board cuts investigations amid alleged mismanagement

By Maryam Jameel