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Via America's Lawyer: Mike Papantonio discusses Dupont's chemical called GenX that has been found in the drinking water of North Carolina residents and speaks...

In 2009, DuPont began replacing the chemical PFOA – better known as C8 – with a new concoction known as “GenX” after the company...

While leaders in the United States are rolling back environmental protections, approving deadly chemicals like chlorpyrifos and GenX, and outright denying that climate change...

To learn more about this topic, visit AL.Law For decades, DuPont was using a chemical called C8 to produce their blockbuster product Teflon. DuPont...

To learn more about this topic, visit AL.Law Via RT America: Residents of the small community of Cape Fear, North Carolina, are responding to the...

In February of this year, DuPont and its spinoff Chemours finally agreed to pay out the $670+ million settlement stemming from their toxic chemical...

As Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, GOP Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina has a clear conflict of interest that is threatening to...