Updates to stories from the Pacific Standard archive.
Without action from the president or Congress, DACA is unlikely to survive through the end of the year.
This is the third strike against the agribusiness giant, now owned by Bayer.
A new report highlights the tax benefits of 60 of the largest American corporations.
Plains All American, the company responsible for the spill, said the fine would not damage the $17 billion company's bottom line.
The charges mean that two former Rochester Drug Company leaders could face prison time.
The five conservatives on the court seemed ready to rule against three lower courts, a collection of researchers and experts, and five former leaders of the Census Bureau.
The man accused of burning three black churches in Louisiana had an affinity for metal music, a cultural scene white supremacists have infiltrated in the past.
The EPA's Office of Inspector General issued an emergency alert on Monday warning about data discrepancies concerning toxic chemical releases.
Burger King is testing the vegetarian addition to its menu in response to rising consumer demand for meat alternatives.
In a letter, the lawmakers urge the USDA to reconsider a proposed rule that would make it harder for able-bodied adults without children to receive food assistance.
The Trump administration has asked a federal judge to allow seismic airgun testing to begin off the Atlantic coast while a lawsuit to prevent the practice works its way through the courts.
The Supreme Court will weigh whether Lee Boyd Malvo, now 34, should have a lessened sentence for his role in this crime that he took part in when he was a minor.
The state's pork industry hasn't given up yet.
The FDA writes that failure to immediately cease sales of unapproved versions of mifepristone and misoprostol may result in action.
H.R. 1 would transfer the power to draw congressional districts from state legislatures to independent, non-partisan commissions.
The Chinese telecom company is expected to argue that it has been punished without trial, violating the Constitution.
Internal government investigations have revealed that the government was seriously unprepared to implement Trump's zero-tolerance policy.
In a high-security lab in Italy, scientists have launched a large-scale experiment to genetically modify mosquitoes with an end goal of potentially eradicating malaria in Africa.
More than two years after Valley Water Management Company settled with environmental groups to halt discharges at two facilities where wastewater seeped into groundwater, Race Track Hill and Fee 34 are finally closed.
Studies show that, in most cases, laws requiring doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital are not necessary for the health and safety of women getting abortions.
In a new book, White House staffer Cliff Sims recounts what the president wanted for White House-sponsored ads intended to discourage young Americans from abusing opioid painkillers.
The study pinpoints a particular area and time period where climate change had a profound impact: countries affected by the Arab Spring between 2010 and 2012.