High suicide rates for health-care workers, EPA crackdown urged for port pollution and more.
At least 77 fabricators of engineered-stone countertops in the state have been diagnosed with an accelerated form of the fatal lung disease since January 2016
Dallas-Fort Worth’s obsession with highways has made it the world’s third biggest source of greenhouse gases from transportation, according to a model called ClimateTrace.
Coasts will see annual 100-year floods; health care for immigrants isn’t overly costly, and more.
Stubbornly high infant mortality rates, dangerous chemicals in cleaning products and more.
Planned Parenthood, which provides essential health-care services to low-income women, has weathered relentless attacks by conservative politicians in Texas and could go bankrupt if the state prevails in a lawsuit.
Texas children have a hard time accessing mental health care, but a state program is helping pediatricians and primary care doctors fill the gap.
Barriers to cancer care for non-English speakers, disadvantaged people more likely to live near weak levees and more.
Miners, regulators and advocates have known about the threat of coal workers’ pneumoconiosis for decades. How does silica dust cause black lung disease, what are regulators finally doing about it — and will it change anything?
Houston-based LyondellBasell, one of the world’s biggest chemical manufacturers, has had several major chemical releases in Harris County, Texas, in the past few years. Its environmental record in the industrial enclave of Berre-l’Étang, France, isn’t so great, either.