Florida Groups Work To Manage Rising Sea Levels
The groups' techniques to manage climate change are being used as blueprints for other cities and states across the country.
Protests erupt as Mexico City could run out of water this summer
Mexico City is running out of water, and residents are getting fed up and taking to the streets.
FAA finalizes new emissions rules for US airplanes
The rules will apply to "most large airplanes" flying in the U.S. and built after Jan. 1, 2028. It will not retroactively cover existing planes.
Climate change is starving polar bears, cameras strapped to them show
Researchers found that most of the polar bears are losing weight, about 0.4 to 1.7 kilograms per day.
Spooked dog runs a mile to her doggy day care after minor car crash
The 3-year-old pit bull mix named Aries took off from the crash scene, jumping out of the car window and passing through multiple neighborhoods.
Biden and Congressional leaders debate funding for foreign aid
Both sides agreed progress is being made in discussions on funding the government, but they remain majorly at odds on funding for foreign aid.
US investigating organ collection groups for potential fraud
Federal authorities are working to determine if certain nonprofit organizations have been overbilling the government.