Despite a Bush Executive Order ostensibly aimed at improving agency FOIA performance, most agencies have little to show two years later.
How can you tell whether global warming is happening if the White House shuts down the satellites needed to sense it by cutting their budgets?
The Center for Public Integrity gets an award most journalists would envy -- for its Superfund expose.
There are lots of good databases out there to help environmental reporters. Here are a few more you may not know.
How did the White House suppress an EPA finding that human-induced greenhouse warming was a threat to human health (and thus subject to regulation)? By refusing to read it. But you can read it here.
Vice President Cheney's office blacked out scientific testimony to Congress on the public health consequences of climate change
Here's the press policy a lot of journalists would like to see at all agencies.
Revelation of a document instructing EPA staff not to talk to reporters brings calls for the resignation of Administrator Steve Johnson.
EPA Administrator Steven Johnson steadfastly refused to disclose to the House Oversight Committee this week almost any documents or information about his contacts with the White House. His repeated refusal to do so may set up a legislative-executive confrontation involving subpoenas, claims of executive privilege, and contempt of Congress findings.