west virginia water crisis
When corporations buy or operate water utilities, the public loses control over water and the decisions that go into providing it.
The following day I drove to a couple of the "relief stations" set up to give out free water. Most places were out but I
The 300,000 residents of nine West Virginia counties affected by last Thursday's chemical spill are slowly starting to get notice that they can turn on their taps again. But many are still wondering why they didn't have more information about the potential dangers in their own backyard.
Jack Spadaro, a former superintendent of the National Mine Health and Safety Academy (a program of the U.S. Department of