The Trump Administration Intends To Cut Cancer Research Funding To Pay For The Care Of Immigrant Children
The number of immigrant children in government custody has skyrocketed from 2,400 in May 2017 to 12,800 as of September this year.
E. coli, campylobacter, and salmonella bacteria in the runoff could contaminate private drinking water wells.
The superintendent said he asked for a districtwide shutdown “out of an abundance of caution.”
A Survey Of Native American Women In Seattle Showed That 94% Of Them Reported Being Raped Or Coerced Into Sex
The new report uncovers a troubling urban trend.
“We are likely to get other local HIV outbreaks,” one expert said.
New legal documents offer a rare look at the impact of Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy on the mental health of parents who lost their kids.
Missouri Has 23% Of Its Foster Kids On Strong Psychoactive Drugs. A Lawsuit Claims The State Isn’t Keeping Records.
“Too often children are on these drugs simply as a matter of chemical restraint,” a lawyer who filed the suit said.
In a $3 million lawsuit, scientist Marc Edwards claims that activists are defaming him. Critics say he’s no longer representing Flint’s best interests.
Facing Another Water Crisis, Michigan’s Governor Wants To Sue The Chemical Company That Made It Worse
After the lead disaster in Flint, Michigan’s governor is trying to get ahead of a looming crisis of another water pollutant, PFAS.
“While oversight authority is vital, its absence can contribute to a catastrophic situation.”
The FDA Commissioner Praised The Agency’s Food Safety Programs Days After The Trump Team Proposed Eliminating Them
"FDA takes our responsibility for assuring safety of the food supply seriously, and food safety is one of my highest priorities."
The pharmacist said it went against his personal beliefs and refused to sell the medication.
Triclosan, A Chemical Found In Hand Sanitizers And Cookware, Linked To Gut Problems In New Mouse Study
After eating triclosan for three weeks, some mice developed a swollen colon.
Some Called It “Vigilante Justice.” But An Anonymous Campaign Triggered A Real Investigation Into A UC Santa Cruz Professor.
After #MeToo, an anonymous letter spread explosive allegations about Gopal Balakrishnan. It worked.
The Ohio Attorney General Is Demanding Answers From The Woman Who Started A Facebook Cabbage Juice Cult
Jillian Epperly preached to thousands about a homebrew cabbage juice, claiming that explosive diarrhea expels dangerous parasites.
When 27 senior executives were moved to new roles at the Interior Department last year, the board who made those decisions lacked records to justify them, according to the agency’s Office of Inspector General.
After 15 families sued education agencies, the state of Michigan agreed to provide funding and services for kids with special education needs.
The FDA announced it would delay regulation of e-cigarettes until 2022. But major health groups say that decision is unlawful, and could turn more teens into regular smokers.
“I'm proud of being a leader of a poop cult,” Jillian Mai Thi Epperly once joked to fans of her signature recipe: a fermented slurry of salted cabbage that produces “waterfalls” of diarrhea. Here's the wild story of how she convinced thousands to believe her dangerous science, and how a grassroots movement shut her down when Facebook wouldn't.
The study adds to years of research suggesting that people of color encounter the most air pollution in the US, increasing their risk of asthma, heart disease, and other illnesses.