According to a new report, more than half of Suffolk County, Long Island's medical and health facilities flush their unused medications, which then wind up in the water supply.
A bill to lift a decadeslong ban on uranium mining in Virginia was withdrawn Thursday just before a state Senate panel vote where it was expected to be defeated.
India's ambitious plans to build thousands of kilometers of roads each year have hit a roadblock, with construction companies short of cash and banks becoming increasingly reluctant to lend because
The Japanese government is likely to decide to eliminate all nuclear power over the next two decades in a new long-term energy plan that comes amid strong public opposition to atomic energy and ahe
A snowy winter scene isn’t exactly standard summer fare, but that’s the sight that greeted beach-goers in Hong Kong over the weekend.
All the staff trapped underground after a truck fire broke out at Newmont Mining Corp.'s NEM -1.43% Waihi gold mine in New Zealand's central North Island have been rescued, and operations there wil
Brazil's National Petroleum Agency, or ANP, is unlikely to fine U.S. oil major Chevron Corp.
Health officials investigating an unexplained disease outbreak that has killed more than 50 children in Cambodia say they have detected the presence of a virus that causes hand, foot and mouth dise
A New York federal court has dismissed all claims by Indian plaintiffs against Union Carbide Corp.
An explosion in a state-owned steel plant in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has killed at least 11 people, police said Thursday.
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
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