Workers at a warehouse were pouring hydraulic fracturing chemicals into a production tank Tuesday when a fire started.
A large, smoky chemical warehouse fire near Pittsburgh has forced residents from about 70 nearby homes and injured four people.
The operator of Japan's nuclear fuel reprocessing plant said Monday it was postponing the opening to as late as September 2018, citing regulators' lengthy inspection procedures and time needed for safety upgrades.
The executive order by Gov. John Hickenlooper called marijuana treated with certain pesticides a "threat to public safety" and said it should be destroyed.
Last week, the Space Act of 2015 passed in the Senate with unanimous approval to the delight of many in the scientific community.
It’s been a tough year for the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, the federal agency charged with investigating accidents at chemical plants.
The operator of an oil pipeline that ruptured and spilled more than 100,000 gallons of crude on the California coast this year was ordered Friday to purge a neighboring line and make repairs so it doesn't fail.
Hershey wants to keep the ingredients list on two of its famous chocolates short and sweet.
Republican legislators want to lift Wisconsin's moratorium on new nuclear power plants.
A central Illinois landfill won't be allowed to accept certain types of chemical waste without getting approval from local governments under a settlement.
The implications for the study of biology and pharmacology are said to be enormous.
Coal: Can't live with it and can't live without it — at least not yet.
Supporters of a biogas project taking shape in northern Missouri say that manure from about 2 million hogs will be converted into renewable natural gas and sold by summer 2016.
SandRidge Energy Inc.'s most important assets are at the epicenter of Oklahoma's ongoing earthquake problem.