Pruitt Exemplified How Partisanship Hinders Policymaking. That Problem Lingers for Trump.
What Former EPA Administrator Christine Todd Whitman Thinks About Scott Pruitt—and the Threat the Agency Still Poses
The Ousting of Scott Pruitt Is a Victory for Whistleblowers
Scott Pruitt’s Legendary Corruption
Pruitt May Be Out at the EPA, but Don’t Expect Him to Disappear
Pruitt Failed to Sabotage the EPA. His Successor Will Be Masterful at It.
Extremely, Extremely Scandal-Plagued EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt Has Resigned
I’m Starting to Think This Scott Pruitt Character Might Not Be on the Level
How Scott Pruitt Still Has a Job, According to the New York Times Reporter Who’s Been Covering Him
Scott Pruitt Would Like Us to Ignore the Indirect Benefits of Environmental Regulations
Evangelicals Value People Over the Planet. Is That Why They’re Standing by Scott Pruitt?
Scott Pruitt Got Mocked for Calling Chick-fil-A a “Franchise of Faith.” He Was Right.
How Gross Is a Used Hotel Mattress?
Scott Pruitt Reportedly Used His Influence to Try to Get His Wife a Chick-fil-A Franchise
Scott Pruitt Might Have (Again) Violated Federal Ethics Rules, This Time in a Quest for a Trump Hotel Mattress
EPA Again Bars Reporters From National Summit on Dangerous Chemicals
The Worst, Most Thuggish Trump Official Just Had a Reporter Violently Ejected From a Government Forum
Report: the EPA Halted Publication of Research About Chemical Pollutants After White House Warned of PR “Nightmare”
Pruitt’s EPA Is Calling for Transparency in Science. Could It Have a Point?
EPA Changes Course to Regulate a Deadly Paint Stripper