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Collapse at Hanford Nuclear Reservation preceded by years of creeping radioactive rot

These days the Hanford Nuclear Reservation has the dubious distinction of being the “most contaminated place in America,” with about 53 million gallons of toxic waste stored at the sprawling 586 square mile facility. While the recent tunnel collapse is the most severe incident yet at the site, inspection reports released by the Environmental Protection Agency through FOIA reveal a history of slow-burning decrepitude at the nuclear waste dump.

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Five environmental impacts of the EPA changing under Trump

Last week, Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, traveled to Sycamore, Pennsylvania and, speaking before the coal miners at Harvey Mine, announced that the EPA would be advancing a “Back-to-Basics” agenda in the new administration. But what does that really mean?

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CIA proposed using its declassified records as “an alternative fuel source”

During his Presidency, Jimmy Carter made a number of moves to nudge the federal government towards environmental friendly practices. One of these was a request that all executive agencies and departments begin recycling paper in accordance with EPA guidelines. For the CIA, and presumably other intelligence agencies, this posed some unexpected problems - as well as a valuable opportunity.

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MuckRock’s Earth Day Document Pre-Game Guide

Spring is in the air and Earth Day is around the corner. Here are a few ideas from MuckRock to get those requests rolling for next month’s environmentally-focused stories.

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Stories FOIA told this week@aol.com

Our weekly series looking at the stories public records made possible, now with a picture of the Secretary of the Interior riding to work on a horse.

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