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Marisela Ramirez, Cronkite News
EDITOR'S NOTE: While the U.S. frets about Flint, the lead-laden water in Michigan is eclipsed by contamination in parts of Indian country...
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 31, 2016
Tragedy and human rights victory in Canada, a major golf win in Saudi Arabia, and the continued saga of the militia group occupying Burns Paiute land in Oregon marked the past week...
Flowing Through Indian Country: 5 More Endangered Rivers
Editor’s note: While the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is the most endangered river on Turtle Island according to the conservation group American Rivers, there are nine m...
Yellowstone River Oil Spill Raises Concerns About Keystone XL Impact
As ice continues to hamper cleanup efforts in the oil spill into the Yellowstone River, opponents of the Keystone XL pipeline are noting that the Poplar pipeline that ruptured meas...
EPA Climate Justice Blog: Delivering on the Promise of the Clean Water Act
Gina McCarthy, EPA Administrator
On January 9th of this year, concerned citizens noticed a chemical odor floating down the Elk River Valley toward Charleston, West Virginia...
Executives and Employees of Company That Poisoned W.Va. Drinking Water Indicted
Four executives and two other employees of the company associated with the chemical spill that poisoned drinking water for 300,000 people for weeks in West Virginia last January, i...
$342 Million to Clean Duwamish River Superfund Site: EPA Finalizes Plan
After 14 years of study the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released a $342 million plan for cleaning up most of the pollution in the lower Duwamish River...
Mining Company and Execs Charged With Clean Water Act Felonies in Alaska
In a first for Alaska, a mining company and five of its executives have been criminally indicted under the federal Clean Water Act for allegedly dumping toxic waste into the Salmon...
Drinking-Water Arsenic and Heart Disease Linked in Study of Native Americans: New York Times
Arsenic in drinking water is a concern throughout Indian country for its connection to diabetes and other ills...
More Briny Wastewater Spills into Fort Berthold Soil
There has been a second leak of briny wastewater from oil production on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, this time 3,000 barrels, or 126,000 gallons...
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