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Montana city gets OK to drink water after oil spill in river

Landfill could be one of last to tap methane for power

Obama seeks bigger wilderness designation in Alaska refuge

Feds: Many causes for dramatic bee disappearance

Consumer group flags high SPF ratings on sunscreen

Seattle, King Co. settle with feds over pollution

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

Iowa copes with nitrate surge in drinking water

Obama nominates 3 to appeals court, testing GOP

Wal-Mart pleads guilty in hazardous waste case

Official testifies on Ohio fracking oversight

Wash. Senate OKs scaled-back flame retardant ban

Alert to Congress: Nuclear evacuation may bog down

Antarctica concerns grow as tourism numbers rise

Bill would repeal law allowing Nevada to exit TRPA

Online ivory trade threatens Africa's elephants

Settlement binds power co. to stop burning coal

Menendez' bill could have aided donor's investment

Budget cut warnings may prove harsher than reality

Groups to sue BNSF, others over coal in waterways

Refiner shares fall on proposed EPA rules

Cleaner gas rule would mean higher price at pump

New requirements for ballast water dumped by ships

Tesla shares up 19 pct. as company sees 1Q profit

EPA settles with Goodrich over Calif. plant water

Deal requires ferry to stop ash dumping in 2 years

Legacy in mind, Obama aides form web of influence

Sea level rise could threaten Miami facilities

GE to study Hudson River cleanup expansion

Colo. county sees tourism in historic silver mine

Federal workers brace for furloughs

Tesla shares fall on range worries

SD Senate panel rejects uranium mining bill

Water utilities share $105M herbicide settlement

Proposed East Coast uranium mine dividing Va.

Arizona challenges EPA on power plant decision

Despite court ruling, EPA raises biofuel estimate

Carnival to cut pollution from cruise ships

China recycling cleanup jolts global industry

High pollution levels hit Beijing at Golden Week's close

Obama officials: Rule won't kill coal-fired power