Flint, Michigan is no longer the only American city synonymous with contaminated drinking water. Cape Cod, with its quaint hamlets and salty breezes, is more closely associated with Camelot than contaminants. But the seaside escape has been gripped for decades by instances of seemingly unexplainable illnesses.
A judge struck down an environmental group’s emergency motion to expand a program that provides residents within in the city of Newark with free water filters on Tuesday, as the battle over lead regulations in the water system rages on.
The Trump administration has pointed to a 20-year-old court agreement known as the Flores Settlement and a 10-year-old human trafficking law to explain the current climate.
Hookworm is a potentially life-threatening parasite. Generally associated with warm, humid parts of Southeast Asia or Latin America, it has people in Alabama nervous.
Newark has a drinking water problem. That fact remains after city officials continue to tout the New Jersey city’s water as the best and safest in the state and nation.
While America was diverted by homegrown terrorism, economic stress and mass shootings, another scourge quietly moved to the fore: drug addiction.
Semper Fi is the calling card of the U.S. Marines and one man carries the motto with him.
A registered nurse who joined a popular dating app to look for love ended up being scammed of thousands of dollars.