Drought in Brazil has lowered the water levels at Furnas Dam hydroelectric reservoir, causing electricity costs to spike in the country. The shoreline of the reservoir has retreated almost 200 meters.
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Dunn opened up about facing common problems that Black women encounter in a recent interview with Mariah Lee of The Undefeated.
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The NFL, which has already taken steps to strongly encourage its players to get vaccinated against Covid-19, is ramping up the pressure at the team level. The league has sent a memo to its 32 clubs that if games are forced to be postponed due to a positive Covid test, they will go down as […]
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The hoods over your dog's face might look extremely cute, but they're probably not the best way to stop your dog's barking or ease her stress. Our staff training pro wants you to try these alternate strategies.
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In the latest trading session, Lockheed Martin (LMT) closed at $379.93, marking a -0.25% move from the previous day.
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The high temperature for Saturday in Kansas City is the hottest prediction on the service’s radar.
(Reuters) -California power company Pacific Gas and Electric said on Wednesday it would bury 10,000 miles of power lines in high-risk fire zones as a safety measure after its equipment caused multiple destructive wildfires over several years. The utility, which called the project a multi-year initiative, maintains more than 25,000 miles of overhead distribution power lines in the highest fire-risk zones, or more than 30% of its total distribution overhead system, according to the company. The move by PG&E comes days after it said its equipment may have been involved in the start of a recent wildfire in Sierra Nevada, according to a filing by PG&E to regulators published on the internet by a San Francisco Chronicle journalist.
Rescuers have found the bodies of 10 more workers who were trapped in a flooded highway tunnel in the southern Chinese city of Zhuhai last week, bringing the death toll to 13, state media reported late on Wednesday. Rescuers have been unable to establish contact with one remaining worker trapped in the tunnel, China Central Television reported. On July 15, water suddenly leaked into the Shijingshan tunnel, which is being built under a reservoir, trapping 14 workers more than a kilometre from the entrance.
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- Miami Herald
They say ignorance is bliss. It also could have saved two women from getting bitten by a shark.
- USA TODAY
The group of researchers from Ohio State found viruses with genetic codes that have never been discovered.
- The Weather Network
There's a few myths surrounding these creatures, but they can actually be very beneficial.
- Charlotte Observer
A lecturer at the University of Virginia is missing in Shenandoah National Park.
- LA Times
In the Klamath basin, some farmers hope to head off potential violence by repopulating fish that are part of a decades-old water and wildlife conflict.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Readers are dismayed by people in wetter parts of the country writing as if they wish for California's failure because of the drought.
- Christian Science Monitor
In our progress roundup, engineers address environmental concerns mere decades old: air conditioning’s climate impact and aging wind turbine blades.
- Martha Stewart Living
The mollusks will help filter out pieces of debris that are less than five millimeters in size.
- Miami Herald
With almost all of the debris removed from the Surfside condo collapse, the oceanfront town expects Collins Avenue to reopen soon around the site of the former Champlain Towers South complex. That’s caused another worry: can the hollowed-out condominium site still support the adjoining road?