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EPA takes offline report that says glyphosate not likely carcinogenic

CHICAGO (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday pulled a report offline that concluded glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans, saying the document was inadvertently published and the agency had not finished its review of the chemical, which is the key ingredient in Monsanto's herbicides.

New York's Clean Energy Commitment Is a Great Economic Strategy

The Environmental Protection Agency's "Clean Power Plan" unleashed a firestorm of criticism -- but New York has been well ahead of the debate by setting out the most ambitious environmental targets in the country. In fact, Governor Andrew...Show More Summary

Rise in IoT pushes government agencies to rethink security

It used to be protecting your network meant keeping track of the desktop and laptop computers that access it. Then, smartphones came onto the scene, and now wearables and other IoT devices as well as the cloud computing are making it harder than ever to keep up. Show More Summary

Before Teamsters Negotiate Benefit Cuts, They Should Investigate Reason For Pension Failures

When pensions fail, generally all parties responsible—including the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (the federal government agency that protects pensions)—agree there is no need to investigate the causes. Wall Street firms earning fat fees for managing pension assets; conflicted investment consultants recommending asset allocations, as well as money managers who pay them [...]

Some 90,000 Unaccompanied Minors Applied for Asylum in EU in 2015

88 300 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors, according to EU statistical information agency Eurostat.

VW CEO: I apologized in person to Obama over diesel scandal

Environmental Protection Agency could levy fines of up to $18 billion, but analysts think the punishment will not be that drastic

‘Everything’s Fine,’ Says Mitsubishi to the EPA

After admitting it fudged fuel economy data for the past 25 years in Japan, Mitsubishi Motors wants the Environmental Protection Agency to know that its U.S. vehicles are A-OK. The automaker claims it conducted an internal audit on vehicles...Show More Summary

Want to Use Energy Efficiency to Benefit Low-Income Communities in Planning for the Clean Power Plan? We’ve Got a Guide for That

The Clean Power Plan may be stayed, but the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to guide states who are considering their compliance options. Recently, the EPA indicated its commitment to moving ahead with the Clean Power Plan by sending a proposal on the Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP) to the Office of Management and Budget.

Q&A: Customs and Border Protection chief discusses new era of transparency

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The U.S. Border Patrol is one of the country's largest law enforcement agencies, with 21,000 agents. It has faced recent scrutiny not only for multiple incidents concerning its use of force, but also its lack of transparency in handling those cases. When R. Gil Kerlikowske became commissioner of...

Ahold USA among leaders in green power

Retailer Ahold USA is No. 18 on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s national top 100 list of largest green power users from the Green Power Partnership.

New Dredged Material Site Proposed in LI Sound

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed to designate a dredged material disposal site to serve the eastern Long Island Sound region. The Eastern

EPA calls for U.S. drinking water plan in wake of Flint crisis

(Reuters) - A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official on Tuesday called for the development of a national plan to better protect the nation's drinking water, citing the lead contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan.

EPA orders Mitsubishi to conduct new vehicle testing

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said on Tuesday it ordered Mitsubishi Motors Corp to provide additional information and conduct new tests of U.S. vehicles after the Japanese automaker's admission that it did not properly follow fuel economy test procedures in Japan since 1991.

Flint Residents File Explosive $225 Million Damage Claim Against EPA

Lawyers representing residents of Flint, Michigan, filed a damage claim against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today, slamming the federal agency for its failure to protect the citizens of Flint from the disastrous contamination of Flint’s water supply. Show More Summary

Lawyers file $220 million damage claim against EPA in Flint water crisis

(Reuters) - Lawyers for residents of Flint, Michigan, have filed a $220.2 million damages claim alleging negligence on the part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency contributed to dangerous lead levels in the city's water sup...

TAR. FEATHERS. The Federal Speech Police Are At It Again. In a 2013, the Office for Civil Rights…

TAR. FEATHERS. The Federal Speech Police Are At It Again. In a 2013, the Office for Civil Rights in Education—a federal agency formally charged with protecting students from unlawful harassment, but which appears to have effectively gone rogue under new, far-left leadership over the last five years—declared that universities needed to investigate and possibly punish […]

DAMA Webinar: How to Integrate Data and Protect Privacy

To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Integrating data from different sources can result in privacy violations.  For example, if a government agency combines data about a person’s income, education, health and employment data then there is the potential for this data to be misused. Show More Summary

The Criminalization of Mental Health

Why the procedural failures of governmental agencies fail to protect the lives of mental health sufferers. The post The Criminalization of Mental Health appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Russia, China Slated to Sign Deal this Summer to Protect Tech – Roscosmos

Russia's Federal Space Agency Roscosmos head said that Moscow and Beijing intend to secure a bilateral agreement on the protection of technology in the coming months.

Outwitting poachers with artificial intelligence

Human patrols serve as the most direct form of protection of endangered animals, especially in large national parks. However, protection agencies have limited resources for patrolling.With support from the National Science Foundation...Show More Summary

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