For people around the world, the right to a clean environment is also a human rights issue.
It was once dubbed "the toxic donut."
Is this a tipping point for environmental law?
The latest water crisis lawsuit claims the federal agency knew about the issues with Flint's water back in 2014.
This family had to use 144 bottles of water to celebrate Thanksgiving.
The Guardian’s investigation shows that in many cities across America, water-testing methods may underestimate levels of lead, thereby violating EPA guidelines, which were updated nine years ago.
Lead is the material through which America's yawning economic inequities do their damage — and, in the Garden State, lead contamination remains a persistent problem.
For Flint's Spanish-speaking population, many of the warning signs about the lead water crisis have gone unnoticed.
Earlier this week, a federal lawsuit was filed against a host of city and state officials implicated in the troubled city's water problems. But will it go anywhere?
Many of Flint's undocumented immigrants are too scared to visit the water distribution centers, for fear that someone will ask for ID.