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New York Times Profiles Plight of Uranium-Plagued Navajo Reservation Residents
First it was the National Institutes of Health, and now awareness of the scourge of uranium contamination on the Navajo Nation Reservation has made its way to The New York Times ...
Second Chemical Revealed in West Virginia Spill as Lawsuits Proliferate
Freedom Industries, safe for now behind its Chapter 11 bankruptcy barricade, has revealed that a second chemical also escaped during the January 9 spill into the Elk River in West ...
Tap Water Use Resumes in West Virginia as Freedom Industries Files Bankruptcy
As the last of the tap water use bans were lifted for residents of West Virginia, the company whose coal-processing chemical had spilled into the Elk River filed for Chapter 11 pro...
Industry Has Been Poisoning W.Va. Water for Decades, Natives Say
The pollution tainting the water of American Indians and West Virginia residents is nothing new, Native leaders said as the state’s attorney general and other authorities launched ...
West Virginia Chemical Spill Ruins Water Supply for Thousands of Natives
American Indians were mobilizing this week to help more than 4,000 Natives who are among the 300,000 people without potable water in the wake of a January 9 chemical spill that ren...
Red Cliff Band Raises 70 Mystery Barrels Dumped by U.S. Army Into Lake Superior
The mystery of more than 1,450 55-gallon barrels dumped into Lake Superior between 1959 and 1962 by the U.S...
Yaqui in Mexico Suffer Effects of Toxic Pesticides Used in Agricultural Fields
OBREGON, Mexico -- Yaqui from Sonora, Mexico, are seeing an increase in birth defects, while young people are dying from cancer after working without protective clothing with pesti...
New EPA Committee to Foster Toxics Communication with N.A. Community
Native American tribes will soon have more of a say when it comes to developing chemical-management and pollution-prevention programs, the news site Newsreview.com reported in its ...
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