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An increasing number of young girls in Seoul are putting on makeup these days. The problem is many of these young girls buy low quality makeup items with no safety guarantee from stationery stores near schools.
A two-story concrete building on the edge of downtown St. Louis is bearing its heaviest load 88 years after construction. It's an effort to bring creative farming into the middle of a city.
The budget has passed and one of the bills included a provision to ban the sale and manufacture of plastic microbeads in personal care products.
State health and environment officials met Tuesday night with the people hardest hit by contaminated wells near Duke Energy’s ash ponds.
North Carolina’s environmental regulators urged lawmakers Tuesday not to support sweeping environmental reforms in the legislature that one activist has dubbed a bill “to protect polluters.”
The video was created by the WWF as part of a project about the level of pollution affecting the Reef's turtles.
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It is the first time the court had specifically addressed whether plaintiffs could sue for damage that experts believe is caused by massive amounts of wastewater generated by fracking.
The Supreme Court’s decision against a key Obama administration air pollution rule is not stopping regulators from moving forward on the government’s most ambitious climate change rule.
EU member states on Tuesday agreed new rules to limit pollution from hundreds of thousands of medium-sized power plants that had previously escaped regulation.
The body of a teenager tested positive for the virus, ending Liberia’s Ebola-free status, said the deputy minister for health, and raising fresh concerns.
Four executives of leading health care organizations are members of the board of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which is engaged in a worldwide campaign to thwart antismoking laws.