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Sickened by U.S. Nuclear Program, Communities Turn to Congress for Aid

When Diane Scheig’s father, Bill, came home from work at the Mallinckrodt factory in St. Louis, he would strip down in their garage and hand his clothes to her mother to immediately wash,...

Lou Whittaker, Mountain Adventurer and Entrepreneur, Dies at 95

Lou Whittaker, a patriarch of the nation’s foremost mountaineering family, who helped to make climbing broadly accessible by building a trusted guide company and creating a tourism industry on Mount Rainier, died on...

100,000 Live Salmon Spilled Off a Truck. Most Landed in a Creek and Lived.

On a recent morning in March, while dew was still on the road, there occurred the salmon smolt mishap of Northeast Oregon.The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said on Tuesday that one...

How California’s Fire Season Might Shape Up This Year

Luckily for us, the 2023 fire season in California was exceptionally mild.Wildland fires burned roughly 325,000 acres and damaged 70 buildings across the state last year, making the fire season one of the...

Ukraine’s Arms Industry Is Growing, but Is It Growing Fast Enough?

Ukraine’s military had only one Bohdana artillery cannon in its arsenal when Russia invaded the country two years ago. Yet that single weapon, built in Ukraine in 2018 and able to shoot NATO-caliber...

Baltimore Traffic Reporter on Congestion After Bridge Collapse

When the Francis Scott Key Bridge was built in the 1970s, it was intended to relieve congestion from the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel.Forty-seven years later, some of that traffic will be diverted back to...

Tangled in Steel With No Way Out: How the Crew Stuck in Baltimore Is...

Even from miles away, the destruction of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore is a jarring visual: Chunks of steel jut above the water like metallic icebergs. Twisted gray beams protrude in...

Baltimore Investigation Turns to Ship’s Deadly Mechanical Failure

Just minutes before the cargo ship Dali was set to glide under Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, the ship’s alarms began to blare. The lights went out. The engine halted. Even the rudder,...

Baltimore Key Bridge Cleanup and Reconstruction Expected to Be Complex

With search and rescue efforts over, officials have fully turned to the cleanup and rebuilding phase in the aftermath of the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore. Clearing the debris,...

U.C. Berkeley Parents Hired Private Security to Patrol Near Campus

Some parents of students at the University of California, Berkeley, hired private security workers to patrol near the campus, something the school says should be left up to the campus police.The group, called...

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Secret Rift Over Data Center Fueled Push to Expand FISA Surveillance Program

A hidden dispute over whether a data center for cloud computing must cooperate with a warrantless...

13-year-old girl fatally shot in Iowa, 12-year-old boy in custody

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New Mexico AG Raúl Torrez, 13 others support effort to compensate those sickened during nuclear weapon testing

New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez and 13 other top prosecutors from around the U.S. are...

Maui Wildfires: What We Know About Cause, Search Efforts and Damages

A summer of ferocious weather across much of the United States reached the country’s most remote...