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WASHINGTON — In a single month in 2017, the Trump administration’s Environmental Protection Agency blocked scientists from speaking at a climate change conference, its Interior Department forwarded a policy letter to U.That October was fairly typical for the Trump administration, according to a new report out of New York University, led by Preet Bharara, a former United States attorney, and Christine Todd Whitman, who led the E. Read more »
|2 Dakota Pipeline Protesters Face Federal Charges Over 2017 DamageIn 2017, Ruby Montoya and Jessica Reznicek said they used torches to pierce steel valves in Iowa and delay the pipeline’s completion.ImageJessica Reznicek protested the pipeline at a construction site near Keokuk, Iowa, in 2016. Read more »
ImageMallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals has tentatively agreed to pay $24 million to two Ohio counties to avoid going to trial over its role in the opioid epidemic.Remaining defendants in the initial Ohio trial include Johnson & Johnson, Teva Pharmaceuticals, Walgreens, and the three giant drug distributors — Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen and McKesson. Read more »
ImageA Coalition for Life staff member, near the entrance of a Planned Parenthood clinic in May, in Missouri.Over all, Planned Parenthood gets more Title X money than any single group, and it serves 40 percent of all Title X patients. Read more »
A.Broke Rules in Shake-Up of Science Panels, Federal Watchdog SaysImagePresident Trump with Scott Pruitt, left front, and a group of coal miners at the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in 2017. Read more »
Climate|Judge Delivers Major Setback to Trump Policy to Increase Coal Mining on Federal LandImageMining operations near Douglas, Wyo.A judge on Friday delivered a setback to a Trump policy to encourage coal mining on federal land. Read more »