A pitched battle is being waged over which water sources warrant federal protection under the Clean Water Act. Who’s right, and who will prevail?
More and more communities are emerging as hotspots for drinking water tainted with perflourochemicals used in making Teflon, Gor-Tex, and hundreds of other commercial products. Are they harmful? This article investigates.
A long-term study of childhood disease burned through $1.3 billion in taxpayer funds, only to be mothballed before it ever got off the ground. Why? Read the article to find out. Cited by NPR as a “must-read” article for Memorial Day weekend 2016.
We live in a microbial world. But can we stay healthier by manipulating the microbes that surround us?
Untold mineral riches litter the deep sea floor under miles of water. Can they be sustainably mined? This article investigates.
American warplanes sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. Some researchers and the Vietnamese government insist that its toxic effects last generations. Read on to learn more from my reporting trip to Vietnam last year.