A federal judge overseeing 900 lawsuits alleging that glyphosate causes cancer called on a lawyer who has helped resolve disputes involving Sept. 11 victims, BP and Volkswagen.
Already hindered by the evolution of resistant weeds, glyphosate's future is further clouded by new legal defeats.
With soaring food prices, Inuit living downstream of the massive hydro project say they're faced with the impossible decision of eating contaminated land-based foods or abandoning traditional practices.
The eating of sea creatures washed up on beaches is becoming a public health hazard and a tough balancing act for governments.
Lead-Safe Housing for Kids Act of 2019, would require HUD to update its lead prevention measures to reflect modern science and ensure that families and children living in federally-assisted housing are protected.
An environmental group has threatened State authorities with a High Court action unless they erect public warning notices about dangerous substances on an island in Cork Harbour.
Interior Secretary David Bernhardt faced more questions about his response to climate change and a slew of ethical concerns than about his budget.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) is introducing a bill Wednesday to boost the reliability of wind and solar electricity, one of the first of what may be several Republican energy bills in the pipeline.
A number of oil-and-gas giants are taking part in an effort to encourage lawmakers to pass a national carbon tax, splitting with industry trade groups.
"Would you let your grandmother live in public housing, under these conditions?"