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Study finds contaminants in Mich. water supplies

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Court Blocks E.P.A. Effort to Suspend Obama-Era Methane Rule

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Five Questions for Bill McKibben on Why the Climate March Matters

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Federal judge orders environmental review of Dakota Access pipeline

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Leonardo DiCaprio joins Climate Change March on Washington, D.C

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Thousands brave weather to protest Trump climate policies

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    Gusty, soaking storms to disrupt Friday travel along I-95 corridor

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    Many major East Coast cities including New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., can expect disruptive weather. Those on the road should turn on their headlights and slow down during periods of heavy rain as visibility decreases and the threat of hydroplaning increases. Anyone traveling through airports in these regions should anticipate delays. While flooding will be the greatest threat in northern Maryland, eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, southeastern New York and southern New England, severe thunderstorms will spark farther south
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  • Court rules EPA head overstepped his authority on emissions rule
    Court rules EPA head overstepped his authority on emissions rule

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    WASHINGTON -- A federal appeals court in Washington has ruled that the head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) overstepped his authority in trying to delay implementation of a new rule requiring oil and gas companies to monitor and reduce methane leaks. In a split decision Monday, the three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ordered the EPA to move forward with the Obama-era requirement that aims to reduce planet-warming emissions from oil and gas operations
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