While petrochemical plants get the most attention, statistics from the Chemical Safety Board suggest that media overlook three quite common and widespread hazards: chlorine, ammonia, and propane
Various nations have developed and produced chemical weapons -- substances whose main use is to harm people -- such as nerve gas or mustard gas.
There are places along the Mississippi River (e.g. New Orleans) where many people live in areas that would normally be flooded, were it not for levees or other flood control works.
The WTC victims were killed not just by terrorists, but by the buildings themselves.
Cropduster flights resumed Sept. 25, 2001. The FBI had ordered cropdusters grounded nationwide temporarily in late Sept. 2001.
The President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection was set up in July 1996 under President Clinton's Executive Order 13010.
Timber-rich states and regions grapple with public calls for ending clear-cutting.
Some of "The Rules" laid down by the EPA press office, as experienced by SEJ members, include the following:
A Senate bill would require members of Congress who add FOIA exemptions to legislation to flag them.
The University of California "has begun withholding public records that detail how animal research is done.