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!
54 percent of Americans approve of Obama’s overall job performance, while 45 percent disapprove.
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.
The role of the EPA, especially when it comes to the health and wellbeing of the Latino community, is extremely critical, according to a new report.
Over a hundred angry demonstrators from Chicago's southeast side rallied at the Illinois state building to protest plans for construction of a coal gasification plant in their neighborhood.
From coast to coast, the fight to win labor rights for the nation’s port truck drivers and to clean up industry-induced pollution in communities surrounding the nation’s harbors picked up considerable steam last month.
In a move praised by a broad coalition of environmental, labor, business and public health organizations, Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, and 50 other House members reintroduced legislation to protect clean truck programs and cut harmful air pollution now plaguing the nation's ports and surrounding communities.