A federal judge ruled in March that the Environmental Protection Agency illegally vetoed a large West Virginia coal-mining project.
The plants are considered two of the dirtiest in the nation and the single largest source of greenhouse gas emission in Chicago.
In a historic development, the Obama administration has set national health standards for mercury and other toxic air pollution, a measure that will save lives and create jobs in pollution control technology.
Members of Congress are stepping up the fight to overturn a longstanding roadblock to cleaning up air pollution affecting some 87 million people living near major U.S. ports.
One of the nation's biggest private water companies, which is pursuing an anti-union campaign, is also in federal court for water contamination and an attempted cover-up.
Cutting out a key component, if upheld, will have devastating consequences for working families and port communities plagued by dirty air and dead-end jobs.
More than 8 million people live within three miles of a coal power plant, and those people are disproportionately poor or people of color.
With a monster heat wave enveloping tthe Midwest, a lot of residents are heading to the Great Lakes beaches to cool off, but look out!
A new study reveals that most of Michigan's public school students are exposed to high levels of pollution and GOP lawmakers there are ignoring steps to correct the problem.
After years of community campaigns, investigations and pressure, the EPA finally confirmed high levels of toxic lead in the air and around local schools.