Known as Phos-Chek, the fire retardant has been used to fight blazes since 1963.
Of the more than 614,000 bridges standing in the United States, many of them face the threat of damage from extreme natural events.
A Federal court ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to ban chlorpyrifos, a pesticide linked to brain damage in kids.
For disaster survivors, picking up the pieces can be a real challenge, and the traumatic impacts are not always visible.
It’s now the peak of hurricane season in the Atlantic basin and with that comes the threat of an active September and the possibility of activity in October and beyond.
Florida is known for its sandy beaches and breathtaking views, but it is also known for deadly hurricanes.
For those that prefer to steer clear of bug repellent sprays, other options exist that also claim to repel mosquitoes and other flying pests.
Late summer and early autumn are the most active times for tropical cyclones across much of the world, but do more tropical systems in the Pacific Ocean lead to fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean?
Researcher says it's too late to change the outcome of the next 15 years
Even as Atlantic hurricanes intensify more rapidly than compared with storms from 30 years ago, not all homes in hurricane-prone areas are being built to withstand these increasingly powerful forces of nature.