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Coronavirus updates: Another 4.4 million US jobless claims

Coronavirus updates April 23 Another 4.4 million Americans file for unemployment. In a fifth week of record jobless claims in the US, 4,427,000 people applied for unemployment insurance in the

Coronavirus explained: Symptoms, lockdowns and all your

Coronavirus explained: Symptoms, lockdowns and all your COVID-19 questions answered. The most-asked questions about the pandemic include ones about stimulus checks, face masks and the virus' origins.

Trump announces six energy initiatives

Life in Italy starts returning to normal as daily virus deaths hit a low Russia sees 2 days of surging COVID-19 cases as testing ramps up Yemen faces a COVID-19 crisis on top of a civil war

Stunning photos of climate change

Recent heavy rains all over the U.S. have been attributed to a warming planet, according to the Environmental Protection Agency EPA . Between 1910 to 2015, parts of the country seeing 'extreme

High uranium levels seen in Navajo women decades after

High uranium levels seen in Navajo women decades after Cold war era mining by U.S. on their reservation. October 8, 2019 / 6:51 AM / CBS/AP

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Security guard fatally shot over face mask policy, officials say Calvin Munerlyn, 43, was shot when he wouldn't let a customer's daughter enter the store because she wasn't wearing a face mask

Powering The Future

Powering the future: The benefits of battery recycling From keeping toxins out of the environment to protecting your skin from the sun, recycling efforts yield a range of positives Jul 31, 2013

Chimp Shot Dead After Attacking Woman

Chimp Shot Dead After Attacking Woman February 17, 2009 / 9:45 AM / CBS/AP Travis the chimpanzee, a veteran of TV commercials, was the constant companion of a lonely Connecticut widow who fed him

EPA Ignored Mercury Study

The Environmental Protection Agency's decision to ignore researchers' analysis of possible health benefits from reducing mercury pollution from power plants was criticized Tuesday by Democrats in

Earth Day

The North Face wants people to be able to celebrate Earth Day outside, rather than in front of screens Apr 18, 2019 'CBS This Morning' to report on every continent for Earth Day

Lullabies and infant-synchronized music may help premature

Lullabies and infant-synchronized music may help premature babies' development. By Michelle Castillo April 15, 2013 / 2:24 PM / CBS News

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Amazon vows all warehouse workers will have face masks by next week The company is also expanding its use of temperature checks to all its facilities, after a surge of worker complaints. Apr 2

World rallies for action against climate change

Filipino environmental activists wear skull masks as they take part in a global protest action ahead of the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, in Quezon city, Metro Manila, Philippines November 28

Environmental Working Group's top sunscreens for 2013

The Environmental Working Group released its 2013 annual report on sunscreen on May 20, ahead of Memorial Day when the 2013 beach season kicks off for some parts of the country.

Mutant Frogs Linked To Weed Killer

The Environmental Protection Agency permits up to 3 parts per billion of atrazine in drinking water. But Hayes' team found it affected frogs at doses as small as 0.1 part per billion.

Lawsuits focus on cheap pork vs. the environment

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Irene arrives in the Big Apple

Workers from New York City's Dept. of Environmental Protection pump water from a flooded exit of New York's West Side Highway, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. Photos: Hurricane Irene makes landfall Photos

Consumer Reports study finds concerning levels of arsenic

The Environmental Protection Agency classifies inorganic arsenic as a known human carcinogen.. A study last December out of Dartmouth University also found rice may contain potentially dangerous

Authors Find Religion

This fall, former Sen. John C. Danforth will tour the country in support of his new book, 'Faith and Politics,' an attempt, he says, to start a discussion about the role of religion in elections

Too Much Tuna Puts Unborn At Risk

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Richard Lawrence, co-founder of the non-profit organization Cool Effect advocates of reducing carbon pollution , leads his group past the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters during

Mobile Banking: 4 Ways to Secure Your Smartphone

Life in Italy starts returning to normal as daily virus deaths hit a low Russia sees 2 days of surging COVID-19 cases as testing ramps up Yemen faces a COVID-19 crisis on top of a civil war

Irene arrives in the Big Apple

Workers from New York City's Dept. of Environmental Protection pump water from a flooded exit of New York's West Side Highway, Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. Photos: Hurricane Irene makes landfall Photos

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Security guard fatally shot over face mask policy, officials say Calvin Munerlyn, 43, was shot when he wouldn't let a customer's daughter enter the store because she wasn't wearing a face mask

Sen. Blumenthal calls for halt to Senate confirmation hearings

NEW YORK -- Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., is calling for a halt to Senate confirmation hearings until all of President-elect Donald Trumps Cabinet picks go through background checks.

China Probes Link To Pet Food Deaths

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EPA chief says carbon dioxide not a primary

WASHINGTON -- The new chief of the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday he does not believe that carbon dioxide is a primary contributor to global warming, a statement at odds with

Issues 2012: In Depth

Also, an executive order from New York Governor Cuomo requires residents to wear masks when outside. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. All that and all

FDA proposes arsenic standards for apple juice

The Environmental Protection Agency EPA had in place arsenic standards of 10 parts-per-pillion for drinking water, but the same hadn't been true for apple juice.

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson stepping down

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson stepping down. December 28, 2012 / 2:52 PM / AP Updated 11:20 a.m. ET. WASHINGTON Environmental Protection Agency Administration Lisa Jackson says she's stepping

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