Today: July 19, 2024
Today: July 19, 2024

Hundreds of thousands are still without power in the Houston area. Here's how it happened

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Houston Power Outages
July 10, 2024

Hundreds of thousands of people in the Houston area likely won’t have power restored until next week, as the city swelters in the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl.

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Boston releases rat action plan to tackle city's rodent issue

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UN food supplies into Sudan's famine-threatened Darfur stranded

A key supply route into Sudan's Darfur region, deemed at risk of famine by experts, has been cut off due to heavy rains, a World Food

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Environmental activists sentenced to years in prison over UK highway protest

Environmental activists sentenced to years in prison over UK highway protest

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How Germany aims to get to net zero without breaking the bank

Germany faces a tough time finding ways to pay for its efforts to become climate-neutral by 2045 given the country's current tight budget constraints.

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Spain warns workers of heat risks as summer's first heatwave looms

Spain will suffer its first heatwave of the summer starting on Thursday, the meteorology service AEMET said, as the government kicked off on Wednesday a heat risk awareness campaign

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Hawaiian Electric, others agree to proposed $4 billion Maui wildfire deal, Bloomberg reports

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Prosecutors blame Brazil sugar plant for tons of fish rotting in river

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Group says photos of reclusive tribe on Peru beach show logging concessions are 'dangerously close'

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San Jose State putting plastic coyotes on football field to scare off geese

San Jose State putting plastic coyotes on football field to scare off geese