The chemical industry strikes again, shifting from lead to flame retardants that also sicken and kill.
Documents show that 3M knew that toxic chemicals were accumulating in people’s blood.
Some ingredients have been linked to health risks like hormone disruption or cancer.
Coke claims to give back as much water as it uses. An investigation shows it isn’t even close.
Palantir deployed a predictive policing system that even city council members don’t know about.
Texas’ environmental agency targets small business owners, while corporate polluters are let off easy.
Inside the deadly world of private garbage collection.
Gary Cohn is giving Goldman Sachs everything it ever wanted from the Trump administration.
Millions of dollars are being spent to push APs into low-income schools.
Exxon Mobil is pumping toxins into a black community in Texas — 17 years after a civil rights complaint.
Is Essure making women sick?
Some people see a breakthrough in female contraception. Others see a dangerous medical device.
Desperate to help her disruptive toddler, one mother had no idea that the treatment they offered was the thing she needed to fear.
Hawaii sends nearly half of its inmates to a private prison in Arizona, with only the most cursory oversight.
A study of the New Zealand fishing industry finds that vessels illegally discard a third of their catch.
President Trump should follow the EPA’s lead and get the pesticide chlorpyrifos out of our food.
The Teflon toxin goes to China.
The US Department of Justice says it will reduce and eventually end its use of private prisons.
But the young women who make its products in Vietnam are intimidated, belittled, and underpaid.
My weekend of gun training in the desert.