The Energy Department's attempt to create a new classification code for information about the nuclear industry may keep vital information about health and safety hidden from the public eye.
A series of leaked government reports warning of hazards from the proposed restart of a nuclear weapons production facility in South Carolina has roused widespread public opposition to the plans.
More and more children are falling victim to diseases caused by toxins in the environment yet the few regulations that do exist to protect them from contaminants are under attack by Reagan's deregulatory efforts.
Internal reports kept by the Swiss multinational Ciba-Geigy reveal that company officials knew its pesticide Galecron was poisoning users.
New studies of California's drinking water supplies indicate that pesticide contamination is more widespread than previously believed.
The EPA publicly claims the Savannah River Nuclear Plant is safe to restart -- but internal EPA documents recommend further study.
An expose of the health problems some families experienced that may have been caused by the pesticide chlordane when it was used to fumigate their homes.
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