In the past year, lead contamination forced nearly 1,000 people from their homes.
Life expectancy near the Port of Oakland is nine years shorter than in more affluent pockets of the city.
More than 750,000 people die each year due to the manufacturing of goods destined for another part of the world.
Residents won't get the door-to-door water delivery they sought, but the city will get new copper pipes.
In one section of Fresno, the rate of childhood lead poisoning is nearly three times higher than in the Michigan city.
The Superfund program appears to be safe from Trump's cuts.
The EPA awarded Flint a $100 million grant to repair decrepit infrastructure that led to high levels of led in the city's drinking water.
In an interview with Grist, Mustafa Ali says proposed cuts will leave many victims, including vets and young people.
A Michigan judge ordered the former director of epidemiology at the state’s health department to publicly apologize to residents.