Taylor Farms de Mexico voluntarily suspended production of salad mix that's been linked to the outbreak of a stomach bug in Iowa and Nebraska, the company announced Monday. The is expected to last several weeks as the company assists federal authorities in their investigation into the cyclosporiasis outbreak.
Operations at the Bailey Preparation Plant in southwestern Pennsylvania had resumed after a "partial structural failure" in a new belt system used to carry coal from the company's Bailey and Enlow Fork mines to a railroad loading area.
Ten workers at Japan's crippled nuclear plant were exposed Monday to small amounts of radiation while conducting cleanup activities, the plant's operator said. Tokyo Electric Power Co. said it is still investigating how the workers were contaminated.
Federal prosecutors in Milwaukee sued a Kentucky-based pharmaceuticals services firm on Friday, accusing PharMerica Corp. of illegally dispensing addictive narcotics without proper oversight. The lawsuit was prompted by a 2009 whistleblower report.
Alabama officials say 10 people accused of filing fraudulent BP oil spill compensation claims have been indicted. The defendants are accused of creating and submitting fraudulent documents claiming that they lost income because of the oil spill.
The U.S. Department of Labor is fining a petroleum refinery in Great Falls for unsafe working conditions. The agency's Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Thursday it is proposing a $77,000 fine for Calumet Montana Refining.
U.S. District Judge Carl Barbie on Wednesday ordered BP to pay more than $130 million in fees to the court-supervised administrator of its multibillion-dollar settlement with Gulf Coast businesses and residents after the company's 2010 oil spill.
Relatives of three of the 29 men killed in the Upper Big Branch mine disaster say Alpha Natural Resources has yet to pay them each $1.5 million as promised under a settlement with the federal government. But Alpha said Wednesday it has "fully complied" with the deal.
The United Mine Workers of America has joined Sen. Jay Rockefeller in criticizing the administration for its failure to enact regulations that could curb the rise of black lung disease. Union President Cecil Roberts said the disease is preventable and current coal-dust standards put miners at unnecessary risk every day.
Japan's government said Wednesday that it would step in and take "firm measures" to tackle contaminated water leaks at the country's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, including possibly funding a multibillion-dollar project to fix the problem.
A coal miner has been killed and two more injured in an apparent wall collapse in an underground eastern Kentucky mine. State officials said the workers were inside a Harlan County mine operating a continuous miner machine Tuesday and became trapped when a wall apparently collapsed.
A federal magistrate has set a Wednesday hearing for BP to justify why it has balked at paying more than $130 million in fees to the court-supervised administrator of its multi-billion dollar settlement with Gulf Coast businesses and residents after the company's 2010 oil spill.
BP is balking at paying more than $130 million in administrative fees to the court-supervised administrator of its multi-billion dollar settlement with Gulf Coast businesses and residents after the 2010 oil spill, claiming the settlement program has been plagued by poor productivity and excessive costs.
BP has announced it has found evidence of fraudulent claims in the program set up to manage claims associated with the massive oil spill that resulted from the explosion of the company's Deepwater Horizon oil rig in 2010. The company was fined $29 million and ordered to repay losses seen by business owners impacted by the spill.
Crews began replacing about 1,800 feet of track on Monday around the site of a derailed train that leaked a corrosive chemical and forced the evacuation of about 100 south Louisiana homes. The Union Pacific train went off the tracks Sunday near Lawtell, about 60 miles west of Baton Rouge.
State officials are investigating whether the company that handled the demolition of a Central California power plant broke any regulations. Five spectators were injured when pieces of shrapnel flew into a crowd of more than 1,000 during the plant's demolition in Bakersfield.
BP said Monday that it has uncovered new allegations of fraud and conflicts of interest inside the settlement program that has awarded billions of dollars to Gulf Coast businesses and residents for damage from the company's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
Tokyo Electric Power Co., the operator of Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant says it is struggling to stop contaminated underground water from leaking into the sea. The company said some of the water is seeping over or around an underground barrier it created by injecting chemicals into the soil that solidified into a wall.
A botulism scare has soured China's taste for New Zealand milk powder that amassed big sales on a reputation for purity, but consumers even more wary of their own country's dairy industry likely won't eschew the foreign product for long.
About 100 homes remained evacuated Monday as officials worked to clean up the site of a 26-car train derailment near the small community of Lawtell, about 60 miles west of Baton Rouge. One damaged car was carrying the extremely flammable vinyl chloride.
A carbon dioxide leak prompted an Alabama nuclear plant to declare a five-hour alert on Saturday, though federal authorities said the incident did not threaten the public. The carbon dioxide leak was detected around 5:20 a.m. The utility ended the alert at 11:10 a.m.
Critics on Thursday slammed Thailand's state-owned oil and gas company for its allegedly inefficient response to an oil spill that polluted a popular tourist island, as cleanup operations continued for a sixth day. The incident is the company's fourth major oil spill in Thailand.
Federal and state investigators trying to determine what caused a series of explosions at a central Florida propane plant said Wednesday they've uncovered nothing that indicates a crime was committed. Investigators have interviewed some workers who were at the plant when a fireball erupted in a lot outside the plant's two warehouses.
A federal judge has scheduled a hearing on Sept. 19 for Halliburton Energy Services to plead guilty to destroying evidence after BP's 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The company was arraigned Wednesday in New Orleans on a misdemeanor charge.
NiSource and a subsidiary are being sued by several residents of Sissonville, W. Va., over a natural gas pipeline explosion. The residents filed seven separate lawsuits against NiSource, Columbia Gas Transmission and several employees connected to the December 2012 rupture.