Coal dust

So far three former officials with Armstrong Coal have acknowledged their part in a fraud made public by HuffPost.
The alleged fraud at Armstrong Coal was the subject of a 2014 HuffPost investigation.
Former supervisors at Armstrong Coal were charged with submitting bogus dust samples to the government, a company practice HuffPost exposed in 2014.
"We are particularly concerned with the health of our most vulnerable populations: prenatal, early childhood, the elderly
Meltzer explains, "Sometimes I use things very purposefully for their iconic content but other times it is just an attractive
According to a recent analysis by the Sightline Institute, the Gateway Pacific Terminal and the coal burning it would enable
America needs its own statute -- an Upper Big Branch Law -- holding corporate managers and directors criminally accountable for ditching safety for dollars.