The announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army reinstates a rule in place before 2015 while the Biden administration arrives at its own, which is expected to be next year.
By Suman Naishadham, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The state of Michigan says it will pay $300,000 to the only employee who was fired as a result of lead-contaminated water in Flint.
By Ed White, Associated Press
Waiting for free bottled water is time consuming and some residents wonder why, in a state that recently dealt with the Flint water crisis, the problem wasn't fixed sooner.
By Michael Phillis, Associated Press
Experts says oceans are particularly vulnerable to climate change and the Galapagos Islands are considered one of the world’s biodiversity jewels.
By Associated Press
The House Water Resources and Environment Subcommittee is expected to discuss Wednesday how chemicals can impact public health and water quality.
By Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado
California’s worsening drought is putting a strain on the web of rivers and canals that course through the nation’s most populous state and provide drinking water for millions of residents.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Figures released this month show that population growth continues unabated in the South and West, even as temperatures rise and droughts become more common.
As many as 22 million people get drinking water from systems with lead pipes, and twice as many rely on systems that violate safe water standards. A large part of the Senate infrastructure bill aims to solve those issues. NewsHour…
By Stephanie Sy, Leah Nagy
Vast stretches of the Western U.S. are suffering under scorching temperatures, rampant wildfires and a years-long drought that's depleting lakes and reservoirs. The water scarcity is tearing apart one southern Oregon community where farmers, native tribes and endangered species are…
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