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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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  • Gas Busters

    There's a secret weapon to fight the rising cost of gas. Look in the mirror. By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features No matter what kind of vehicle you own, the best way to minimize pain at the pump is to maximize your car's fuel efficiency. You can do this...
  • Range Rover Auto Review by Jim MacPherson

    Range Rover Auto Review by Jim MacPherson
    It takes little time behind the wheel to recognize that the Land Rover Ranger Rover has nothing to do with "needs" and everything to do with "wants." The Range Rover would be just as comfortable pulling up to an exclusive event at the Bushnell as it...
  • Honda Civic Hybrid Auto Review by Jim MacPherson

    Honda Civic Hybrid Auto Review by Jim MacPherson
    Honda introduced the Civic to the U.S. in 1973. Since then there have been eight generations of the Civic, with the completely new ninth generation now arriving at dealers as a 2012 model. These redesigned Civics include high performance Si models and...
  • Mercedes-Benz CL550

    Mercedes-Benz CL550
    There is something magical about the way the Mercedes-Benz CL550 turns asphalt into silk. It’s an exceptional vehicle, with effortless performance, an incredible feeling of solidity, silence at speed and an impressive array of electronic wizardry....
  • EPA rules would hurt lower-income: My Word

     EPA rules would hurt lower-income: My Word
    I'm the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, co-founded by the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Many people forget that King advocated for poor families, regardless of their race or religion, and I believe that he would find it troubling...
  • Editorials from around New England

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers: The Providence Journal (R.I.), July 1, 2015 Artificial trans fats, those once ubiquitous but dubious dietary substances, are heading for the door. The...
  • Officials lift evacuation after Tennessee train derailment

    Thousands of eastern Tennessee residents were returning home Friday after they were evacuated when a CSX train car carrying hazardous material derailed and caught fire. An evacuation order has been lifted for about 5,000 people who live within a mile-...
  • Local environmentalists concerned with mercury ruling

    Local environmentalists concerned with mercury ruling
    Local environmental experts expressed frustration with a recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that they say could keep the government from lowering mercury levels, although its impact could be softened locally. The court ruled June 29 that the U.S....
  • Clean air with taxes, not regulations

    Clean air with taxes, not regulations
    Though the recent Supreme Court ruling against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's power plant emissions regulations was disappointing, I was happy to see The Sun emphasize the example our state has set by implementing strict anti-pollution laws in...
  • Smoke subsides after hazardous rail spill in Tennessee

    A CSX train car carrying hazardous material derailed and caught fire in the middle of the night in eastern Tennessee, forcing the evacuation of thousands of people and sending dozens to the hospital with respiratory issues and nausea. The fire was...
  • Asbestos-ridden lakefront land remains in limbo in Waukegan

    Asbestos-ridden lakefront land remains in limbo in Waukegan
    More than 30 years have passed since the asbestos-ridden Johns Manville property in Waukegan became one of the first Superfund cleanup sites in Illinois. As of this spring, whether or not the lakefront site ever becomes more than a vacant, fenced-in lot...