Tom Bearden reports on how New Jersey’s worst drought in over a century is affecting the state, its businesses, and the environment. Continue reading →
Two powerful earthquakes left more than 1,800 people dead and at least 2,000 injured in northern Afghanistan late Monday. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez reports on the volcanic eruption in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Continue reading →
Ray Suarez turns to Faida Mitifu, the Congo’s ambassador to the United States, and David Snyder, an Emergency Response Information Officer with the Catholic Relief Services to assess the situation there. Continue reading →
As firefighters battle 42 fires in 11 states, the U.S. Forestry Service debates ways to prevent future fires. Continue reading →
Elizabeth Brackett reports on high temperatures in the middle of the country that have caused around 50 deaths this summer. Continue reading →
Betty Ann Bowser reports from Houston where residents are cleaning up from a deadly flood. Continue reading →
Tom Bearden reports from Davenport, Iowa, where sandbags and volunteers are battling the rising waters of the Mississippi. Continue reading →
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees examines the humanitarian situation in drought-ridden Afghanistan. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner talks with the President of El Salvador about the nation’s recovery from two devastating earthquakes. Continue reading →
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