• Did Zinke violate ethics codes?

    U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's family and foundation worked with the chairman of Halliburton on a real estate deal that could bring in millions. Public Citizen called on the U.S. Department of the Interior's ethics officer to investigate him.

  • NIH right to move toward ending alcohol study

    The NIH is right to move to terminate an industry-funded alcohol study, but key questions remain. Learn more. Photo courtesy of Edwin Land/Creative Commons.

  • FDA agrees with Public Citizen on a dangerous infant teething treatment

    After Public Citizen petitioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to effectively ban benzocaine, then sued the agency ta painkiller in common teething products that can cause a fatal blood disorder, the agency finally said it would take action.

  • We're asking tech companies to step up data privacy

    Public Citizen and others sent a sign-on letter to dozens of tech companies asking them to adopt the widely supported core principles of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation regime. Learn more. Read the quote sheet.

  • Breathtaking power grab: Trump to force uneconomical coal and nuclear plants to stay in operation

    President Donald Trump today directed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to force power companies to keep their uneconomical coal-fired and nuclear plants in service.
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