California will be the first state to completely ban hunting with lead bullets after decades of arguments between hunters, environmentalists and regulators.
Over 126 million Americans—about 40 percent—live in areas that fail to meet environmental standards.
President says opponents would target social programs instituted by her Workers Party if she is removed from office.
Marion Hammer is the NRA's most effective lobbyist. Case in point: the battle over Sawgrass Lake Park.
Snyder is under pressure to resign over the state's poor handling of a lead water crisis in Flint.
Legal experts say it's tough to prove damage from lead contamination, and the government is claiming immunity from suit.
Despite outrage over Flint's water system, it's unlikely the government is going to take any real steps to combat lead poisoning.
A battery recycling plant in Los Angeles spewed lead and arsenic into the atmosphere for decades—now poor Latinos are paying the price.
Voluntary lead testing began on Thursday in the state's largest school district after 30 schools were found to have high levels of lead in the water fountains last week.
The lawsuits filed on Thursday in Genesee County court, along with nine filed earlier in March, cover 50 children allegedly suffering from lead poisoning from drinking Flint water.
The residents allege that officials failed to take action to end the ongoing contamination.
The candidates met Thursday in Detroit, which is 70 miles from the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
The emails were sent months before the governor said he learned of the outbreak and the possible reasons behind it.
Susan Hedman's resignation comes as criticism of both the state and federal response to the toxic-water crisis continues to grow.
Drinking water in Flint, Michigan, was contaminated with high levels of lead after the state switched supply sources.
The Republican candidate takes shots as Iowa poll shows Cruz with lead.
Nestle withdrew the popular instant noodles after food safety regulators deemed them "hazardous."