Potomac River Agreement Reached By West Virginia, Maryland

Neighbors come to terms on river water permits. By Brett…

West Virginia Confronts Maryland Over Potomac River Authority

Attorney general threatens U.S. Supreme Court lawsuit unless…

U.S. Governors Address Water

State of the State speeches highlight water resources Photo…

U.S. Clean Water Enforcement Strategy: Big Penalties But Fewer Prosecutions

Agencies are going after polluters with smaller staffs and less money.

One Year After West Virginia Chemical Spill, U.S. Drinking Water Protections Still Fall Short

Vulnerabilities, exposed by the spill and incidents in North…

Infographic: West Virginia Chemical Spill Spreads to Ohio River

Spill shut down drinking water for 300,000 people. Infographic…

Clean, Affordable Water is a Problem in This Country

While almost everyone in the United States has clean, reliable…

Coal Conversion in the Rust Belt: Will It Be a Diamond for Small Ohio River Town?

An energy company has plans to withdraw water from the Ohio River, the potential site for a coal-to-liquid fuels conversion plant, which would be the first of its kind in the United States and the sixth in the world. Though it will bring jobs to the region, the proposal is facing strong opposition from environmental groups.

The Stream, July 15: Central Asia’s Climate-Water-Energy-Food Nexus

Peabody Energy Corp. will pursue a giant coal-mine project in…

Photo Slideshow: A Desperate Clinch — Coal Production Across America

A look at the places and faces affected by coal production in the United States.

A Desperate Clinch: Coal Production Confronts Water Scarcity

In contest with coal, water takes a beating.

EPA Announces Study to Re-Examine the Health Risks of Hydrofracking

States have begun implementing stricter standards for the controversial natural gas drilling process.