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Trump Continues Practice of Nominating Industry Insiders

In early March, President Donald Trump nominated Peter C. Wright to be the assistant administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Land...

Navajo Prez Says Suicides Spiked After EPA’s Gold King Mine Disaster

Navajo suicides have allegedly spiked since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) caused three million gallons of toxic waste from the Gold King Mine to spill into the native American’s main water supply last August.

Shocking New Details Revealed In EPA’s Failure To Stop Flint From...

By Michael Bastasch - Environmental Protection Agency officials apparently weren’t willing to “go out on a limb” for Flint, Mich., as it became apparent...

UN Report Warns of Low Numbers of Bees and Pollinators

Last Friday, a new examination of several studies on the decline of pollinators was approved by a congress of 124 nations meeting in Kuala Lumpur. The...

Congress: Top EPA Official Racked Up Huge CO2 Footprint Pushing Global...

Top EPA officials fly home every weekend while telling Americans to cut CO2.

Is the EPA Stacking Its Science Panels With Friendly Faces?

“I have observed EPA, under the Obama Administration, cherry-picking the same allies to serve on this advisory committee and its subcommittees at the expense of having an open and robust process for selecting external advisors,” Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe wrote to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy, regarding how the agency chooses experts to sit on its Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC).

Regional EPA Chief Resigns Over Flint Water Crisis

Susan Hedman, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regional administrator responsible for Michigan, resigned Thursday night amid charges she suppressed information showing there were serious issues with Flint’s drinking water.

EPA Pays Disruptive Employee To Stay Home For Nearly 2 Years

Federal managers are using illegal secret settlements that pay disruptive, incompetent or dangerous employees not to work for months on end before quitting on an agreed-upon date as an alternative to endless termination paperwork, legal appeals and costly battles with civil service unions.

EPA Assessment Finds Mixed Results on Neonicotinoid Pesticides

The Environmental Protection Agency has found that the controversial class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids harm honeybees when used on cotton and citrus, but...

Audit: EPA Engaged in ‘Covert Propaganda’ with Social Media Push for...

An investigation by the Government Accountability Office found that the Environmental Protection Agency violated federal law by engaging in "covert propaganda" when it used...

EPA Reverses Approval of Controversial Herbicide

Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency decided to reverse their approval of Dow Chemical's Enlist Duo which contains the herbicides 2,4-D and glyphosate. The EPA...

EPA Proposes Ban on Common Pesticide

Last Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced new proposal which would ban the use of chlorpyrifos on citrus fruits, almonds and other crops. Chlorpyrifos...

USDA Approves New Monsanto Corn

Last Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a new genetically modified type of corn produced by Monsanto Company. The announcement comes from the USDA's Animal...

Monsanto Facing Wave of Lawsuits After WHO Cancer Study

Monsanto Company, one of the world's leading Agri-chemical companies, has had a difficult year regarding public relations. Not only has Monsanto been the focus of...

Federal Court Blocks Obama’s EPA Rule Nationwide

WASHINGTON, October 9, 2015--  On Friday, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit based in Cincinnati issued a nationwide stay blocking the Obama...
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Congressman: EPA Sexual Predator ‘Fed A Steady Diet Of Interns’

" I’ve got two young daughters too! And I would never send them to the EPA, it’s the most toxic place to work I’ve ever heard of." - Rep. Jason Chaffetz

EPA Will Study Effect of Glyphosate on Endangered Species

As part of a settlement with the Center for Biological Diversity, the Environmental Protection Agency will be forced to study the impacts of the...

Obama Administration Launches New Strategy to Combat Declining Bee Population

On May 19th, the federal Pollinator Health Task Force released a new plan to reverse the rapidly declining honeybee and monarch butterfly populations. The "National...

New EPA rules could be ‘most expensive’ set of regulations

President Obama has unveiled a series of new regulations for the EPA aimed at cutting levels of smog, especially the types of pollution which...

EPA’s New Property Grab, Private Water

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is requesting a redefinition of the bodies of water that are under their jurisdiction for regulating pollution. The Clean Water...