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  1. E.P.A. Is Letting Cities Dump More Raw Sewage Into Rivers for Years to Come

    The agency is allowing cities to delay or otherwise change federally imposed fixes to their sewer systems.

    By Christopher Flavelle


  2. Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands

    The Trump administration has finished a new rule that rolls back environmental controls on many wetlands and intermittent streams, delivering a win to rural landowners.

    By Coral Davenport


  3. How to Get Rid of 9,000 Tons of Toxic Topsoil

    The ball fields of Red Hook, Brooklyn, were built on the site of a lead-smelting plant. Decades later, the cleanup begins.

    By Helene Stapinski


  4. E.P.A. Aims to Reduce Truck Pollution, and Avert Tougher State Controls

    The E.P.A. opened an effort to cut pollution from trucks, an anomaly for an administration known for regulatory rollbacks but a move that would also pre-empt state rules.

    By Coral Davenport


  5. Science Panel Staffed With Trump Appointees Says E.P.A. Rollbacks Lack Scientific Rigor

    The Trump administration staffed an E.P.A. advisory panel with its choice of scientists, but they concluded that three significant regulatory rollbacks broke with established science.

    By Coral Davenport and Lisa Friedman


  6. Science Under Attack: How Trump Is Sidelining Researchers and Their Work

    In three years, the administration has diminished the role of science in policymaking while disrupting research projects nationwide. Experts say the effects could be felt for years.

    By Brad Plumer and Coral Davenport


  7. How Cruise Ships Bring 1,200 Tons of Toxic Fumes to Brooklyn a Year

    Many ports — all along the coast of California, in parts of Europe, even in China — have found a solution to idling luxury liners. In New York, they’re still a problem.

    By Lisa M. Collins


  8. How Has This Pesticide Not Been Banned?

    Government scientists say chlorpyrifos is unsafe. And yet it’s still in use.

    By The Editorial Board


  9. It’s a Vast, Invisible Climate Menace. We Made It Visible.

    Immense amounts of methane are escaping from oil and gas sites nationwide, worsening global warming, even as the Trump administration weakens restrictions on offenders.

    By Hiroko Tabuchi and Jonah M. Kessel


  10. The Great Recycling Con

    The greatest trick corporations ever played was making us think we could recycle their products.

    By Tala Schlossberg and Nayeema Raza


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    The Great Recycling Con

    The greatest trick companies ever played was making us think we could recycle their products.

    By Tala Schlossberg and Nayeema Raza


  12. Trump Wants a Review of Toilets: Americans Are Flushing ‘10 Times, 15 Times’

    The president’s comments about water efficiency standards came up at a discussion on Friday about reducing government red tape.

    By Johnny Diaz


  13. No One Should Have to Breathe These Chemicals

    In Texas and across the country, the E.P.A.’s gutting of the Chemical Disaster Rule is a matter of life or death.

    By Ana Parras


  14. Government Studying Widely Used Chemicals Linked to Health Issues

    The class of chemicals, known as PFAS, was used in nonstick pans, stain-resistant clothes and firefighting foam and is found in drinking water in some places.

    By Eric Lipton

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  16. Supreme Court Considers Fight Over Superfund Site in Montana

    The justices seemed wary of letting landowners sue the Atlantic Richfield Company to force it to do more than a federal cleanup plan requires.

    By Adam Liptak


  17. 2 Arkansas Chemistry Professors Face Charges of Making Meth

    The arrests called to mind the wildly popular television series “Breaking Bad.”

    By Johnny Diaz


  18. Trump and His Party of Pollution

    Environmental destruction may be their biggest legacy.

    By Paul Krugman


  19. letters

    The E.P.A. and a Threat to Clean Air and Water

    A reader decries a proposed rule that would limit the research used to determine environmental regulations. Also: Endless wars; electric scooters in New York; Elizabeth Warren’s corporate law experience.


  20. E.P.A. to Limit Science Used to Write Public Health Rules

    A new agency rule would restrict the science that can be used in drafting health regulations by requiring researchers to turn over confidential health data.

    By Lisa Friedman


  21. E.P.A. Watchdog, Citing ‘Open Defiance’ of Inquiries, Rebukes Top Agency Aide

    The agency’s inspector general assailed the official for refusing to cooperate, calling his actions a “flagrant problem.”

    By Coral Davenport

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