More than 18 million Americans received their drinking water from systems with lead violations in 2015, according to a new report.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- For the second time in two months, the Senate has reached a bipartisan deal to address a water crisis in Flint, Michigan, where lead-contaminated pipes have resulted in an ongoing public health emergency.
An Associated Press investigation of Environmental Protection Agency records has found nearly 1,400 water systems providing tap water to nearly 4 million Americans exceeded the acceptable lead level at least once between 2013 and 2015. AP Reporter Meghan Hoyer, who…
By Associated Press
FLINT, Mich.-- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder responded Monday to criticism from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during the Democratic debates for his handling of Flint's water emergency, saying Clinton is making it a political issue.
By Corinne Segal
Mahdi Barchian photographs the unthinkable: life without water.
By PBS NewsHour
Americans eat three times the world average of beef each year. However, with each pound requiring more than 50 gallons of water, producers in drought-stricken California are looking to find other ways to get protein into our diets. Dr. James…
By Vikram Mansharamani
Climate change and food-driven water demand are creating a toxic cocktail that may shock global stability.
By Nsikan Akpan
This new material makes water bounce spontaneously and could be used as an ice shield for airplanes.
By Spencer Michels
I’ve been covering California water issues a long time. As the years have gone by, the water wars have ebbed and flowed. Mostly flowed.
By PBS NewsHour
Recent studies have found that humans are using up water at a faster rate than it is being replenished. Judy Woodruff talks to James S. Famiglietti, a professor of Earth system science and civil and environmental engineering at the University…
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