Albert Kelly’s bank made generous loans to Pruitt. Then the EPA hired him.
Environment & Health
Trump’s BLM is rapidly opening previously off-limits areas to drilling.
Private hospitals scored contracts that benefited the nation’s elite.
A little-known bureaucrat named James Cason is reshaping the Department of the Interior.
Leaked five-year plan reveals the priority of “energy dominance.”
Crime victims and witnesses are trapped living near assailants.
But did the agency consider chlorypyrifos’ damaging effects on children’s brains?
How the Christian Right has co-opted women’s rights to fight contraceptives in Africa.
Exxon Mobil is pumping toxins into a black community in Texas — 17 years after a civil rights complaint.
Dozens of senior officials have been reassigned at the Department of the Interior.
Is Essure making women sick?
The village in the Dominican Republic where girls turn into boys.
Some people see a breakthrough in female contraception. Others see a dangerous medical device.
Monsanto continues to use contractors facing allegations of labor abuses.
Lawsuits against seed-corn companies shed light on rising use of labor contractors.
President Trump may be a friend to producers of coal — but his administration is already working to shortchange the communities that produce it.
Desperate to help her disruptive toddler, one mother had no idea that the treatment they offered was the thing she needed to fear.
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.
Dow Chemical wants farmers to keep using a pesticide linked to autism and ADHD.