In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, the sea is a constant reminder of a trauma for the refugees who crossed the water in search of security. But a group of swimming instructors in Lesbos, Greece, is working to…
By PBS NewsHour
When water is used to grow crops, it’s no longer visible to the consumer. This study keeps track of where ‘hidden’ water is embedded and where it ends up.
By Dave Berndtson
Some farmers and ranchers fear the Clean Water Rule could expand federal regulations that impact their private property rights.
By Reagan Waskom and David J. Cooper for The Conversation
Somalia's prime minister announced Saturday that 110 people have died from hunger in the past 48 hours in a single region as a severe drought threatens millions of people.
By Abdi Guled, Associated Press
By Nsikan Akpan
Water may become unaffordable for a third of American households within the next five years, according to a Michigan State University study.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The committee findings offer no new information and essentially summarize what emerged during several high-profile hearings earlier this year.
By Andrew Taylor and Richard Lardner, Associated Press
The House on Thursday cleared bills to keep the government running through April and authorize hundreds of water projects amid a Senate fight over benefits for retired coal miners.
By Associated Press
President Barack Obama says the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is examining whether the Dakota Access oil pipeline can be rerouted in southern North Dakota.
By PBS NewsHour
Our love/hate relationship with lead is as old as history itself. The origin of "plumbing" comes from the Latin word for lead. But only in the 1970s did we realize the consequences of even low doses of the hazardous metal,…
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