• Failing bridges, bad water pipes and bad roads are plaguing America, but how do we pay for the repairs without bankrupting the country?
  • The Environmental Protection Agency is telling residents in the West Calumet Housing Complex, in East Chicago, their water is contaminated by lead.
  • A new study shows that fracking pollution is far worse than previously thought.
  • The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is the disaster that keeps giving. Recent radiation levels are far higher than expected.
  • The US is in a housing crisis of another kind - affordable housing is scarce.
  • An underground railroad tunnel at the Hanford Nuclear site, in Washington, collapsed, which contained contaminated materials. There is no indication of a release of nuclear materials at this time.
  • All parties are blaming one another for the impending water crisis in Gaza.
  • ( An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.6 struck central Italy on Sunday morning; just four days after three successive quakes shook the same area, according to the US Geological Survey. A number of people have been injured, said Italy's Civil Protection Department. Many residents had been evacuated out of unstable buildings before the latest tremor.
  • The EPA is one the fence. In a new report, they're claiming ground water may be affected by fracking, reversing their earlier position. 
  • Millennials, minorities and women all see wages well below their white, male co-workers
  • The wealthy are spending enormous sums to prepare for what they perceive as a coming societal downfall.
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