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EPA moves to undo tougher pollution limits on coal plants
The Trump administration wants to trash Obama-era rules to limit water pollution from coal-fired power plants
6 children found unconscious from apparent carbon-monoxide poisoning at hotel
Michigan officials said at least some of the children found unconscious at an indoor pool are in critical condition.
Tips to protect yourself and your family from lead poisoning
Lead exposure can result in lead building up in the body, which can cause serious health problems, including death in rare cases.
Against All Odds: From Auschwitz to Zabar's
ABC News' Rachel Scott speaks to Renee Feller, a survivor of Auschwitz who is now an ordained rabbi who connects with people from all over the world at morning coffee at Zabar's Cafe.
On Eve of Holiday Shopping, Consumer Advocates Say Vigilance Needed in Children’s Product Safety
On the eve of the holiday shopping season -- and amid concern that the incoming administration of Donald Trump might roll back gains in safety regulations -- consumer advocates on Tuesday released their annual report on unsafe children’s toys. The 31st annual “Trouble in Toyland” report , released
Who are these guys? Learning about the nation's best freshmen
We've been down this road before. After all, college basketball, in the one-and-done era, is all about its freshmen. But this season -- this season is different. Just listen to the gushing: The Bilastrator has been at this for quite some time, and this is the single best crop of freshmen his dreamy
Miles Bridges knows he can help change the city of Flint
Editor's note: The 2016-17 college basketball season will be the "Year of the Freshmen," ?featuring what could be the best class we've ever seen. Over the next two weeks, we will get familiar with the best of the best, examining who they are and where each of the top 10 prospects in the 2016 ESPN
For UConn power trio of Auriemma, Bird and Taurasi, Rio is final encore
NEW YORK -- In the past they always could hold on to the idea that there might be another tomorrow for the three of them to be together again -- back in the gym, back chasing another big title of some sort and reveling in the wisecracking, blunt, demanding relationship they've had since they were
'The Greeks' Artifact Display Stops in Washington D.C.
ABC News' Avery Miller gives us an inside look at 'The Greeks' artifact exhibit at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C.