Danielle Ivory

At Trump's Agriculture Department, a Wide-Open Door for Pesticide Lobbyists

At a private meeting in September, congressional aides asked Rebeckah Adcock, a top official at the Department of Agriculture, to reveal the identities of the people serving on the deregulation team she leads at the agency.

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Secrecy and Suspicion Surround Trump’s Deregulation Teams

This article was co-published with The New York Times.

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Rape Is a Pre-Existing Condition? The Heartlessness of the Health Insurance Industry Exposed

Christina Turner feared that she might have been sexually assaulted after two men slipped her a knockout drug. She thought she was taking proper precautions when her doctor prescribed a month's worth of anti-AIDS medicine.

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Thanks to EPA You May Be Unknowingly Drinking Water Contaminated With Weed Killer

One of the nation's most widely-used herbicides has been found to exceed federal safety limits in drinking water in four states, but water customers have not been told and the Environmental Protection Agency has not published the results.

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Philly Official Scoffs at Voting Problems

Even after plenty of forewarning, it seems like battleground state Pennsylvania's upcoming election could be a disaster waiting to happen. The man who is a heading up Election Day preparations scoffed at these problems. In fact, he shared many startling opinions with ANP.