Bill Marler, who represented hundreds of Jack in the Box victims in the 1990s, wants to ban dozens of strains of salmonella, some of the most virulent bacteria on meat.
The District of Columbia has released the first steps of a plan to clean up a legacy of toxic contaminants on the bottom of the Anacostia River.
More than 12 million pounds of medically important antibiotics sold in this country are not for use in humans; they're for livestock.
The European Commission will ask the European Food Safety Authority to conduct another risk assessment of phthalates in plastic food contact materials.
The German company's main argument is that US federal agencies have determined its product is safe and not a carcinogen.
The new plan would be eight times more stringent than the current rules when it comes to the allowable amount of mercury found in fish tissue.
Amnesty International's annual global letter-writing campaign is taking aim at the mercury crisis youth in Asubpeeschoseewagong have been fighting to end.
The brain-harming metal is discharged directly into the river and carried to it on air currents. Some argue authorities are doing too little to stop both routes of pollution.
EHN.org investigation finds regulatory push to discredit independent evidence of harm while favoring pro-industry science despite significant shortcomings.
"The scary part is that most people who fish are not aware of these advisories although there are notices with fish and wildlife agencies"