In its first parry to the administration’s repeal of regulations, the state's water board has established its own rules to protect wetlands and other waters.
Nearly 40 percent of the U.S. territory's residents have no safe drinking water, according to a FEMA report.
An investigation by Orb Media finds that microplastic fibers exist in high levels in tap water around the world.
The Environmental Protection Agency plans to undermine the 1972 Clean Water Act by rescinding the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and documentary filmmaker Cullen Hoback (pictured) discuss the demise of privacy online, safe drinking water and other topics in this week's "Scheer Intelligence." Transcript added.
The lead in Flint’s water has taken a physical and mental toll on residents, and the water remains tainted.
Advocates and residents express concern that officials are rushing to declare the city's water supply safe.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s finding, endorsed by environmentalists, comes as Donald Trump's nascent administration prepares to rethink regulation of the gas drilling industry.
Michigan action shouldn't come at expense of endangered species protection in California, "but that is the result of the partisan games at play," according to the Natural Resources Defense Council.