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Coal ash no worse than everyday trash, EPA rules

One-stop science shop has become a favorite of industry—and Texas

By Rosalind Adams and Lisa Song

Texas weakens chemical exposure guidelines, opens door for polluters

By Lisa Song and Rosalind Adams

Citing health risks, New York State bans fracking

By Talia Buford

Health worries pervade North Texas fracking zone

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Smoke, odors and drifting foam in Fort Worth suburb stir frustration over fracking

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

Plant expansions fueled by shale gas boom to boost greenhouse gas, toxic air emissions

By Talia Buford

Fired: Texas regulators say they tried to enforce rules, lost jobs

By David Hasemyer

Scientist with deep industry ties being considered for key EPA job

By David Heath

New battlefront for petrochemical industry: benzene and childhood leukemia

By Kristen Lombardi

A dozen dirty documents

By Kristen Lombardi and Jared Bennett

Internal documents reveal industry 'pattern of behavior' on toxic chemicals

By David Heath and Jim Morris

Benzene and worker cancers: 'An American tragedy'

By Kristen Lombardi

Years after black lung claim was wrongly denied, coal miner gets his due

By Chris Hamby

Five-state study finds high levels of airborne chemicals near oil and gas sites

By Jamie Smith Hopkins

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