This Utah Facility Turns Food Waste Into Renewable Energy
The facility breaks down old food using anaerobic digestion technology to create natural gas and fertilizer.
Families wondering if well water is safe after Ohio train derailment
The Ohio EPA said it has not seen anything at this point to suggest private wells would be impacted, but East Palestine residents aren't so sure.By Gene J. Puskar / AP
Hope fading as deaths in Turkey, Syria earthquake pass 11,000
Search teams from more than two dozen countries have joined tens of thousands of local emergency personnel to search for survivors in the rubble.By Ismail Coskun / IHA / AP
How is winter changing?
A warmer winter is preventing ice from forming on the Great Lakes, which have steadily lost ice cover since the 1970s.By Samantha Deleo / AP
Would high speed rail work in the US?
Overseas, the concept is already reality. While the U.S. was in the throes of building highways, Japan opened the world’s first high-speed railway.By Rich Pedroncelli / AP
Zelenskyy tells UK ‘freedom will win,’ pushes for warplanes
This was was Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's second confirmed journey outside Ukraine since Russia invaded nearly a year ago.By Peter Nicholls/Pool via AP
2 children dead, 6 injured after bus crashes into day care
An eyewitness said that immediately after the crash, the driver stepped out of the bus, ripped his clothes off and started screaming.By Ryan Remiorz / The Canadian Press via AP