Detroit’s most vulnerable residents face inequalities like toxic air, lead poisoning, and water shutoffs. Now they’re fighting back
Fox News host blames immigrants for littering Potomac River but Potomac Conservancy calls remarks 'racist plain and simple.'
The United States of America has the largest prison system of any nation on Earth, the largest number of prisoners of any country, and one of the highest percentages of imprisoned persons of any nation.
During the Cold War, the United States detonated 67 nuclear bombs on, in and above the Marshall Islands. The U.S. also conducted a dozen biological weapons tests and dumped 130 tons of irradiated soil, now vulnerable to rising seas.
For eight days, Publicsource Community Correspondent, Jourdan Hicks, joined the Black Environmental Collective of Pittsburgh, as an observer on a learning excursion in Barbados to learn more about the collective's work.
Flint and Newark are only the tip of a massive, poisoned iceberg: Lead contamination threatens an entire generation.
If the Trump administration's own scientific advisory board, a host of biological societies, and scores of former government agency officials are disappointed, the rest of America should be fearful and angry.
As the conditions on the Ohio — and its cargo — become more hazardous, key regulatory organizations struggle to keep up with the growing demands of this water highway.
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