The Great Salt Lake in Utah has recorded its lowest water levels since records began in 1847, due to drought.
Thousands of households will be notified of lead in their drinking water lines, as part of a new law in the state.
One eagle in Canada died from lead poisoning, succumbing to organ failure after two weeks at a rescue center.
Corrosion control for lead pipes reduced the levels in drinking water for Benton Harbor. About 10,000 people are still using bottled water out of caution.
The news of Hamtramck's water supply being tainted by elevated lead levels comes a week after Benton Harbor, Michigan, reported the same issue.
Beech-Nut, Gerber and other leading manufacturers of baby food are facing a growing number of class action lawsuits weeks after a Congressional report claimed that their products contain potentially dangerous levels of lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium.
Home Depot will pay $20.75 million for allegedly hiring contractors and firms who violated lead paint safety rules, while also implementing a program to ensure more violations do not occur in the future.
Women over 65 are increasingly rejecting Trump over coronavirus pandemic concerns, with Biden making gains among elderly Americans who largely voted for Trump in 2016.
Hasbro has issued a recall for thousands of Nerf "Super Soaker" water blasters sold at Target, over concerns that labels on the guns could contain toxic levels of lead.
Some Virginia Beach schools found high levels of lead in their water, adding the town's name to the growing list of places with contaminated water.
The Harvard CAPS/Harris poll questioned a national sample of U.S. adult voters about who they are "most likely to vote for in a Democratic primary."
Warren tops the Democratic candidate field with 28 percent of the vote while Sanders comes in second with 21 percent. Biden, who has maintained his status as Democratic front-runner since entering the race in the spring, has fallen to just 18 percent.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy has announced that the state will do its part to combat high lead levels in several counties by applying voter-bonded money to more frequent testing
Between the Early Middle Ages and the 1970s, levels of lead pollution spiked between 250 to 300-fold.
Almost 30 water providers "registered 90th percentile lead levels" and therefore marked 13 ppb (parts per billion) — that ultimately surpasses the 12 ppb lead threshold set in place last year, according to an MLive-The Flint Journal report.
Trump isn't the commander in chief many Americans are looking for, according to a new survey.
The county failed to connect 173 of 204 children to a Genesee County treatment program for health remediation.
"Given how late in the game Mueller was prepared to bargain, more people will almost certainly be charged based on Manafort info," Preet Bharara tweeted on Friday.
"This best friend of mine is the best boy at all the best things."
Donald Trump says that "everybody would be poor" if he were to be impeached.
"Babies and toddlers are particularly vulnerable due to their smaller size and developing brains," said James E. Rogers, the director of food safety research and testing at Consumer Reports.
The researchers showed that not offering mammograms to women at low risk could reduce the harm associated with screening.
Scientists simulated global warming inside bee nests to find out what happens if the Earth continues to warm at the predicted pace.
Film franchises like "The Hunger Games," the "Divergent" series, and the "Resident Evil" series have all done a great deal to up the visibility of female-led action films.
Kids in the city's schools still can't drink tap water there.