Ripple Effect: Water Reuse Policy
Extreme weather events will directly affect global water distribution. Innovative policy can help us prepare.
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.
Congress Set To Rescind COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate For Troops
As of early this month, about 99% of the active-duty troops in the Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps had been vaccinated, and 98% of the Army.By Ted S. Warren / AP
Lions Rescued From A Ukrainian Zoo Have Found A New Home In The U.S.
Ukraine has made efforts to fly many of its most endangered animals out of the war-torn country, like lions from the Odesa Zoo.By The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Thousands Are Still Without Power After Outage In North Carolina
Saturday evening, someone shot at two power substations, knocking out electricity for some 45,000 North Carolinians.By John Nagy / AP
Colorado Gay Club Shooting Suspect Charged With Hate Crimes
Of the 48 hate crime charges, 27 counts involve injuries and 21 involve people fearing injury or property damage.By Thomas Peipert / AP
Germany Police Arrest 25 People On Suspicion Of Planning Armed Coup
Federal prosecutors said some 3,000 officers conducted "anti-terrorism" raids at 130 sites across 11 of Germany's 16 states.By Michael Probst / AP
FBI: Polygamous Leader Had 20 Wives, Many Of Them Minors
Samuel Bateman was a former member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints until he left to start his own offshoot group.By Trent Nelson / The Salt Lake Tribune / AP