Originals

A new study has uncovered a link between fracking chemicals in farm water and a rare birth defect in horses—which researchers say could serve as a warning about fracking and human infant health.

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Let's visit a city of 600,000 that, until a few days ago, I didn't know existed.

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Last year was quite the year for 50th anniversaries.

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Coronavirus—or COVID-19—has turned the world upside down and remains widespread.

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On April 26, our President suggested that reporters who earned "Noble" (sic) Prizes for reporting on "the Russian hoax" return their awards. The President should have caught his own misspelling, since he'd be a perennial contender for the Nobel Prize in Twitterature, if it weren't a Fake Award.

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With the outbreak of COVID-19, our society is reeling. Sadly, the uncertainty, displacement and fear you may now feel has been the common, everyday experience for many Native American people for a long time.

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Disasters are not natural. We—humanity and society—create them and we can choose to prevent them.

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Make no mistake, Americans didn't invent this form of persecution. If you don't believe me, ask Galileo.

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PITTSBURGH—Allegheny County is among the 10 percent of U.S. counties that have both high relative density of major air pollution sources and high relative rates of COVID-19 deaths, according to a new report.

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Suppose they gave an Earth Day and nobody came?

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Methane emissions are vastly undercounted at the state and national level because we're missing accidental leaks from oil and gas wells, according to a new study.

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Denis Hayes was a 25-year-old student at Harvard Kennedy School in 1969 but dropped out after a semester to become a principal organizer of a grass-roots nonprofit that planned a nationwide rally on April 22, 1970, an event they would call Earth Day.

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I've been writing about the environment for years, but here are three presidents I don't think I've ever mentioned: James Monroe, Chester Alan Arthur, and William McKinley.

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We all have questions about the novel coronavirus sweeping through our neighborhoods – and across the globe.

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Asthma attacks decreased significantly among residents near coal-fired power plants after the plants shut down or upgraded their emission controls, according to a new study.

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Reverend Mitchell Hescox was on Capitol Hill in February, urging members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee not to gut an air pollution rule that protects children from the brain-damaging chemical mercury.

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On April 22, 1990, a six-figure sized crowd flocked to the National Mall.

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I worked in TV news for 18 years. No matter how bad the news got I never had a problem watching it.

Until now.

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