Tagged With Environmental Protection Agency

Trump claims San Francisco's homeless are polluting the ocean with needles and threatens to fine the city

Vintage EPA photos reveal what US waterways looked like before pollution was regulated

6 ways the Trump administration has tried to roll back environmental protections that keep US drinking water safe

Dangerous 'forever chemicals' have been found in US drinking water at alarmingly high rates — here's what to know about PFAS

What to know about Andrew Wheeler, who President Trump just nominated to head the Environmental Protection Agency

9 noteworthy environmental protections Scott Pruitt was working to roll back at the EPA before his departure

US EPA chief Scott Pruitt sent a bizarre, unapologetic resignation letter to Trump

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt resigns amid scandal

Democrats want an investigation into Scott Pruitt's 'secret calendars'

Video shows a woman confronting EPA administrator Scott Pruitt in a Washington, DC restaurant

Two of Scott Pruitt's closest aides resigned from the EPA after receiving steep pay raises that were rejected by the White House

A nuclear explosion in the US is a real possibility. Here are the scripts government officials might use if it ever happens.

Activists troll Scott Pruitt with posters across Washington amid brutal week of burgeoning scandals

There are alarm bells at the White House amid the latest controversy involving Trump's EPA chief

Trump did a 180 on Harvey and Irma after he was asked about climate change

EPA head Pruitt spent $12,000 of taxpayer money travelling home this spring -- but has yet to visit any of his regional offices

The EPA just kicked 5 scientists off a key board -- and may replace them with fossil fuel industry insiders

Bottled water is a scam for most Americans -- but a new report reveals some surprising places where it's dangerous to drink the tap

12 facts that show why bottled water is one of the biggest scams of the century

Trump's new EPA chief barely mentioned the environment in his first address to the agency