Amy Martyn is a writer and reporter who lives in Texas with her husband and dog. When she is not writing, reading or investigating, she is on her bicycle, running or on good days taking a road trip somewhere.
An open letter to a senator, a surprise call from a 'head honcho dude,' and a messy '6' that places his payments in jeopardy
A paralyzed man has been unable to find work after Dish Network fired him for using the drug
Lawmakers are asking environmental groups about controversial oil and gas projects coming to Florida
An oil company is able to seize land to deliver natural gas to Mexico while the feds prepare for a border wall
United Airlines offered a woman over $1,100 in exchange for confidentiality after her dog died
A new report reveals how Coca-Cola manipulated news reporters who should know better
Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne suggested without evidence that radicalized Muslims were committing human rights violations
Is replacing older fluorinated chemicals with new fluorinated chemicals the answer?
Stewart Dolin jumped in front of a train in 2010. Lawsuit blames Paxil ingredient
EPA approves drift-prone, toxic industrial weed killer on basis that all farmers will follow instruction label3/24/2017
Advocacy groups are suing the Trump administration for approving Enlist Duo in 34 states this year
Several states in the Deep South are changing the way they regulate marijuana
Bisphenol chemicals accelerated breast cancer cell growth in a lab study
Doctors Without Borders and others warn an exclusive agreement will not help the public
Critics for years had warned that there was not enough data affirming the safety of the most-used agricultural chemical
The plan would reduce the federal deficit by cutting Medicaid and shifting costs to consumers
Facebook and Microsoft are bristling at government demands that they cannot disclose search warrants to consumers
A Planned Parenthood-backed study argues that all women should have access to birth control implants
Attorneys from ACLU are fighting the Washington state warrant in court
Industrial agriculture and pesticides will not feed the world, UN experts say.
It was the f-bomb that was muted, the network said