While the rule struck down a major environmental priority of President Obama, it is not a complete loss.
Hulking, pitch-black mounds resembling coal have grown exponentially in the last week along the banks of the Detroit River in southwest Detroit, prompting concern about potential pollution from residents and legislators on both sides of the river.
I don't know about you guys, but I really hate those ExxonMobil commercials that run every night on MSNBC claiming to "care about the children." They're aimed at improving education, but we all know it's a well-oiled public relations campaign
Elbert Jovante Woods, the son of the former Cincinnati Bengals fullback Ickey Woods, died this Saturday. He was only 16. A cornerback high schoo
(L.A. in 1954 - The convertible and the gas mask seemed at odds) Listening to a radio documentary produced in 1954 about air pollution in Los Angel
Michael Steele Uses Former Gov. Christie Todd Whitman As Proof Republicans Are A 'Big Tent' Party. She Quit The GOP In 2003
[media id=8308] (h/t Heather) David Gregory asked Michael Steele for an example of the GOP being as inclusive a party as the Democrats since Kaine is
USAToday took a look at schools near toxic hot spots - something the EPA has never done, and what they found isn't reassuring: The result: a ranking
-Lest we forget President Bush at the Small Business Administration's National Small Business Week Conference: "The first essential step toward gr
Despite Bush Flip-Flops, Kerry Gets LabelThursday, September 23, 2004; Page A01 One of this year's candidates for president, to hear his opposition