Chancellor Rebecca Blank said UW-Madison's immediate priorities are slowly reopening research facilities over the course of summer.
The FDA has been working on more stringent guidelines on sunscreen testing and safety for decades. In 2019 the agency proposed what was to be a set of final rules that placed safety testing requirements on manufacturers, a stipulation that had not been in place before.
A Racine County Circuit Court judge is facing a criminal hunting charge in Ashland County for an incident that allegedly occurred at his northern Wisconsin cabin late last year.
Amazon promised to create more than 140 jobs and the property owner of the site committed to building a low-cost housing development nearby.
A Chicago Public Health poster outlines flu regulations during the pandemic. origins.osu.edu
The Natural Resources Board voted unanimously Wednesday to authorize the DNR to establish a state coal ash permit program with approval of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Dear Editor: We have a unique opportunity here to think globally and act locally. In preparation for the F-35s coming to Truax, permitting and…
The bill follows criticism by agricultural groups that previous DATCP committees failed to include direct input from farmers.
Trump in just three years has done more harm to our environment than any other president in modern history.
The two sides are starting out with firm positions that appear to set them on a collision course.
He was one of two GOP appointees on the three-member commission, which oversees the state’s electric, gas, water and telecom industries.
A moratorium is no longer strong enough, and regulation is needed, CRISPR pioneer Jennifer Doudna of the University of California, Berkeley recently wrote in a commentary in the journal Science.
For owner Karen Tardrew, Grasshopper Goods is a place to support artists and interpersonal connections, as well as a leap of faith into a new chapter of her life.
The EPA estimates that the proposed new amendments would save the oil and gas industry $17 to $19 million per year. While this may sound like a lot of money, it pales in comparison to the economic value to be gained by minimizing leakage. We estimate that reducing methane emissions from 2.3% to 1% would result in an annual revenue of over a half billion dollars per year, which is more than 30 times the estimated savings from rolling back the regulations. Many oil and gas companies recognize this fact, and they also recognize that regulations are needed to ensure that all companies are held to the same standard.
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TRUMP to his critics, in a fundraising letter from his 2020 campaign: "How many times do I have to be exonerated before they stop?" — during Mueller's testimony Wednesday.
County's namesake was in Continental Congress, drafted Northwest Ordinance
Dear Editor: So drinking establishments want the government to come and stop others from opening opposing businesses. Why is it that when some…
Cuba has a mystique about it, so it's no surprise that myths surround travel there. That may be even truer this month after regulations were changed by the Trump administration. Some of the regulations have been interpreted strictly, some more liberally. Here is our "myth, fact or unclear" primer on travel to this complicated island nation.
The author of Monday's letter to the editor "Abortion is nation's continuous sin" has every right to his religious beliefs under the U.S. Cons…
TRENTON — The governor's special counsel to Atlantic City testified Thursday in front of a state Senate committee to push for a re-examination of casino regulations to stave off another potential collapse of the anchor industry.
If Shakespeare had titled Attorney General William P. Barr’s appearance on Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee, he would have call…