In our news wrap Tuesday, President Trump attacked the 16 states that have so far challenged his national emergency declaration in federal court. The president predicted he would win the legal battle and referred to the filing states as representing…
Environmentalists are prepared to battle in court over policies concerning climate change, wildlife protection, federal lands and pollution.
By Tammy Webber and John Flesher, Associated Press
Despite White House objections, the Senate voted for a resolution Wednesday to scrap new federal rules to protect smaller streams, tributaries and wetlands from development and pollution.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
Northeast Storm Victims Begin to Lose Patience at Lack of Basic Needs…
By Larisa Epatko
In northeastern Japan, where people are still sifting through wreckage from the March 11 tsunami, more than a million households are without water. While in Haiti, health workers are scrambling to stave off a cholera epidemic. Still, in other parts…
By Larisa Epatko
Helping an orphanage in Haiti gain access to clean water gave some high school students the chance to put their engineering know-how to good use.
Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Sudan about a painful and debilitating parasite called the guinea worm and efforts by health workers and the Carter Center to eradicate it.
In the first in a series of collaborative reports about water problems around the world, Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the shortage of potable water in Ethiopia and how the effort required to maintain existing watering points affects millions…
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