The World Health Organization said today that laboratory tests completed after a shocking fish die-off in Iraq's Euphrates River show the water
The head of EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water is leaving the agency.
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A troop of roaming primates in north-central Florida will nearly double in size if state wildlife managers don't step in and stop the monkey
The federal government is asking mariners to slow down off the coast of Massachusetts to help protect a severely endangered species of large
Biologists are trying to save the last of the endangered Puerto Rican parrots after more than half the population of the bright green birds with
In a preview of what acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler will face come January, three Democratic leaders on the House Energy and Commerce
A coalition of five energy trade groups is urging lawmakers not to expand the electric vehicle tax credit during the remainder of this Congress.
Florida's red tide followed candidates for the governor and senator races on the campaign trails. Now, it will follow them into office.
Mexican environmental authorities say a combination of hot weather, drought and toxic algae blooms contributed to the deaths of 48 manatees in
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