Environmental Protection Agency Videos
Volkswagen Reaches Settlement in Emissions Case
The scandal came to light last September when Volkswagen admitted that some of its diesel vehicles used illegal "defeat device" software.
City Declares State of Emergency After Water Contaminated
Newburgh is 60 miles north of New York City with a population roughly 30,000.
3 Government Officials in Michigan Face Felony Charges and Prison Time
The charges were brought by the state attorney general and stem from the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Three Officials Criminally Charged in Flint Water Scandal
The Michigan Attorney General announced charges against water supervisor Stephen Busch, water engineer Michael Prysby and water quality supervisor Michael Glasgow.
ARCHIVE VIDEO: The Global Response to the Chernobyl Disaster in 1986
May 2, 1986: The U.S. denounces the U.S.S.R. for concealing details of the disaster, while Europe deals with airborne radiation.
What Did the EPA Know About Lead Contaminated Water?
Marc Edwards from Virginia Tech talks about lead in the water in Flint, Michigan
Lawmakers Call for Michigan Governor's Resignation Over Flint Water Crisis
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and EPA head Gina McCarthy were grilled during a hearing about who was responsible for lead contamination of the city's water supply.
How Flint, Michigan's Contaminated Water Was Discovered
An EPA employee who first raised formal questions about lead in the city's drinking water is speaking out.
Volkswagen 'Deeply Sorry' for Emissions Cheat
The automaker's shares fell over 20 percent after regulators made the discovery.
EPA Chief Visits Site of Colorado Chemical Spill
The agency faces a lawsuit after the accidental release of 3 million gallons of toxic chemicals into the Animas River.