Experts on climate change and governmental policy as well as a water industry expert discuss how population growth and extreme weather events from climate change are affecting water sustainability and distribution across the globe as well as how governments at the local level can help solve problems with actions like education, incentives and mandates.
Ripple Effect: Water Reuse Policy
Extreme weather events will directly affect global water distribution. Innovative policy can help us prepare.
Over a dozen states have now reported cases of a mystery dog illness
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The mental health journey ahead for freed hostages
Israel Defense Forces officials say providing support is top priority, and a process they hope to repeat in the coming days.
Oxford mass shooting victim finds comfort through animal care
The long hours recovering have given her time to think about the shooting and how much her horse Blaze has helped her get through it all.
Thanksgiving box office underwhelming for Hollywood insiders
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National Christmas Tree near the White House toppled by strong winds
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A family dog accompanies 12 hostages returned from Gaza on Tuesday
17-year-old Mia Leimberg carried her family dog Bella with her when she was released from captivity in Gaza on Tuesday.