Flint Water Crisis
Six years after the city of Flint, Michigan, began using a toxic water source that sickened its residents, VICE uncovered payoffs, the silencing of a whistleblower, a shady financial deal, a coverup, and the former governor who presided over it all.
Flint Lead Water Investigation Is Taking a Weird Turn: 'I Want to See Some Orange Jumpsuits, Right Quick'
Special Prosecutor Todd Flood is out. A new team is in. And no one knows whom to trust.
Activists Michigan say that as they knock on the doors of the houses and families that don’t typically vote they keep hearing the same thing: Water is one of their top concerns
The Sustainable Development Goals have specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. Today, we take a look at Goal #6: Clean Water and Sanitation.
The fourth-grade activist has met with three US presidents, celebrities, and more in her quest to save her hometown's water supply.
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Residents are uneasy as Michigan state and local authorities — the same ones that repeatedly said Flint's lead-contaminated water was safe — take over water distribution from the feds this weekend.
A lifetime of diminished earnings, welfare dependency and criminal justice costs will add up.