ProPublica examination shows that the scarcity of water is as much a man-made crisis as a natural one
An analysis by an environmental group finds hundreds of cases in which drillers used diesel fuel without obtaining permits and sometimes altered records
A Government Accountability Office report says environmental regulators are failing to adequately enforce rules for wells used to dispose of toxic waste from oil and gas drilling
In Ohio, where gas drilling is booming and toxic waste abundant, legislators have acted modestly to address concerns about public safety
The more than 6,000 active gas wells in Pennsylvania generate scores of complaints each week, many about terrible odors and contaminated water
The health implications of hydraulic fracking for natural gas remain understudied, however, some findings point to birth defects and low birth-weight babies
Every so often, Seth Baum heads out to meet Ins Garca, a video director and actress, at her Manhattan apartment. While hes there, he helps out in whatever way he can holding a microphone for hours on end, carrying heavy equipment and running to the local computer store to get an extra memory card [...]
Exam results are often posted on bulletin boards in schools and colleges in India When Debarghya Das’ friends approached him to obtain their final grades from the education board before the official announcement, he gave it a try and got nowhere.