EPA data shows widespread risk from cancer-causing gas

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New data from EPA indicate that Americans across the country have been exposed to high levels of a gas over a lifetime that would put their risk of cancer far higher than what EPA deems acceptable.

Presidential candidates from both parties will discuss climate change with meteorologists in a new primetime Weather Channel special that airs tonight.

— A top Democrat on the Senate Energy Committee is hopeful the chamber can pass a bill addressing miners’ pensions before the end of the year.


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