Federal judges have ordered the Trump administration to restore all funding for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program.
Human causes of climate change had all been deleted, delaying the report for months.
Nearly a year after record Midwestern floods caused $1.7 billion in damage, a secretive lobbying effort is underway to roll back flood regulations.
The groups allege that pulling the plug on the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program violated federal law.
The proposed new rules could insulate the state from President Donald Trump’s executive order to roll back the reach of the Clean Water Act.
Environmentalists worry the development in Arizona will deplete the San Pedro, the Southwest’s last major free-flowing river.
Most new members of the Science Advisory Board have a history of downplaying the health risks of secondhand smoke, air pollution and other hazards.
St. Joseph, Louisiana, is one of thousands of small U.S. towns with no access to safe, clean drinking water. The reason: The towns can’t afford it.
With the loss of nearly $214 million in promised federal funding, the future of 81 teen pregnancy prevention programs nationwide remains uncertain.
Health experts worry that the Trump administration’s promotion of abstinence-only programs will reverse dramatic improvements in the teen birth rate.
An analysis by Reveal found that of Trump’s 12 nominees and appointees, six have worked for the industries they would regulate or award contracts to.
Dangerous remnants of the region’s Cold War boom, more than 500 uranium mines were abandoned on and near the Navajo reservation.
Trump’s budget cuts would affect everything from faster airport screening to protecting people from earthquakes and investigating water contaminants.