For the first time in four years, the lead levels in Pittsburgh’s drinking water are compliant with federal standards.
In their deliberations on monetary policy, Federal Reserve policymakers need to consider many factors, but up to now, climate change has not been one of them.
Chief scientist at the Fish and Wildlife Service's National Wetlands Inventory, Megan Lang leads a team working to track wetlands changes across the country.
In Bill Morneau's last five years as federal Finance Minister, "We've spent more on flood and fire disaster relief than in the 40 years before that."
Internal records from the BLM contradict what its chief told Congress about a plan to ship 200 D.C.-based career staff out West. The plan would weaken the agency, which stands between federal lands and oil, gas and mineral companies.
A federal appeals court has revoked a key approval of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Now, state regulators are working to change the rules - again - so it can proceed.
A new study found that animals known to carry harmful diseases such as the novel coronavirus are more common in landscapes intensively used by people.