by Alex Zielinski Jan 25, 2016
City officials knew about the toxic levels for months before warning residents.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jan 21, 2016
An apology doesn’t change the health effects that Flint residents are seeing as a result of the elevated levels of lead in their water.
by Emily Atkin Jan 19, 2016
Four percent of the city's children have elevated levels of lead in their bloodstreams.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 19, 2016
"It's just not an issue we've been quite frankly fully briefed or apprised of," admitted Marco Rubio.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 17, 2016
The president has declared a state of emergency in the impoverished city, but the debate moderators had other priorities.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 16, 2016
"There are no excuses. The governor long ago knew about the lead in Flint's water. He did nothing."
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 13, 2016
87 people have been infected, and 10 people have died.
It's the governor's latest attempt to address a growing public health crisis.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 25, 2015
"It's our professional obligation to care for the children of Flint if we know something."
by Alan Pyke Aug 18, 2015
Maryland's housing agency will continue to be lead by a man who suggested low-income mothers willfully poison their children to score free housing.