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Podcast: Our biggest reservoir will save us! Wait, no
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Drought has brought Lake Mead's water levels to record lows. That's bad news for tens of millions of people.

Broken wrists, twisted necks and concussions: The brutal nature of Olympic diving
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Olympic divers experience many of the same injuries that affect athletes of more traditional contact sports, and the pain begins before they hit the water.

Pandemic-era Latin America: Inequality, despair, upheaval a and a potential lost generation of youth
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The pandemic made the poor of Latin America poorer and set back a fledgling middle class throughout the region, threatening a generation.

Biden expected to push vaccine for federal workers
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President Biden is considering stiffer measures to increase the number of Americans who get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya says democracy will prevail
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Thrust into the spotlight, Belarus politician Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya says she's not 'that important,' but her country's fate is.

Bipartisan infrastructure deal clears key Senate vote
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The Senate approved the first procedural hurdle to passing a major piece of President Biden's infrastructure plan.

Masks on. Masks off. Masks on again at the White House as Delta threat grows
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Biden made adherence to COVID guidelines a cornerstone of his campaign to defeat Trump. He beat Trump, but beating the pandemic may be harder.

Podcast: Drought threatens iconic plants. Lawns, watch out
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Drought in the American Southwest is hurting saguaro cactuses and Joshua trees. And here come laws against ornamental lawns.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris approval ratings dip in new California poll
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Biden's performance rating slips among Californians in the poll, but his overall approval is strong and support for his spending plans is even higher.

Amid crushing floods in China, officials focus not on climate change, but on control
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Henan adheres to a familiar formula in Xi Jinping's China: Authorities turn tragedy into triumph, while controlling victims' narratives.

She was promised school. She ended up enslaved and tortured as a housemaid
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Millions of domestic workers in Indonesia risk abuse in a job dismissed as "women's work." A law designed to protect them has languished for 17 years.

A former schoolteacher who champions the poor, Peru's new president takes office amid deep divisions
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He has never held elective office and was little known until a few months ago. Now Pedro Castillo must govern a divided nation.

Photos: Jan. 6 hearings begin. 'I recall thinking to myself, this is how I'm going to die'
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Four Capitol and Metropolitan Police Department officers on Tuesday recounted their experience fighting off the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

A timeline of the CDC's advice on face masks
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Rules and guidance about face masks have changed throughout the pandemic. Here's how the CDC's advice has evolved.

Capitol officer at Jan. 6 hearing: 'I could have lost my life that day ... many times'
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Officers relive the hours-long fight with rioters in testimony to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.

CDC recommends masks indoors in U.S. where cases are surging
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The CDC recommends that even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the coronavirus is surging.

Georgia man pleads guilty to four Asian spa killings and is sentenced to life
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A Georgia man accused of killing eight people at three Atlanta-area spa businesses is pleading guilty to four counts of murder.

Still planning summer travel? Here's how to make it as painless as possible
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Passengers, airlines and agencies are bracing for the last dash of summer air travel amid a surge in the coronavirus. Prepare for delayed flights and crowded planes.

Podcast: A drying lake in Oregon attracts the far right
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The Klamath Tribes have first rights to the lake water. Farmers don't get any this year. The tension is ripe for far-right exploitation.

Myanmar's political crisis is fueling an 'uncontrolled' outbreak of COVID-19
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Record numbers are dying as Myanmar's healthcare system all but collapses. Virus-stricken households in Yangon fly flags to plead for medicine, food.

Actual number of U.S. coronavirus cases may be more than double the official tally
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A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that the pandemic's true toll is far greater than official tallies show.

Congress to assist brain-injury victims of mysterious 'Havana syndrome'
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Congress is expected to authorize financial aid to dozens of American officials for unpaid medical bills related to the treatment of Havana syndrome.

Podcast: Our Masters of Disasters break down the fierce drought
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Welcome to Drought Week, an in-depth view of the devastating drought affecting the American West. Also: We meet an Olympian.

Column: Remembering the Alamo, Texans fight over myth versus history
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A new book debunking popular lore results in the kind of cancellation conservatives decry.

With Olympic seats empty, the hottest ticket in Tokyo is not the Summer Games but pro wrestling
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While the world's biggest sporting event is being carried out before empty seats, elsewhere in Tokyo, enthusiastic fans are enjoying live sporting events.

Why Border Patrol is doing more to rescue and identify missing migrants
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The agency's approach to missing migrants has evolved amid an increase in migration and deaths.

Mar-a-Lago primary: Trump wields power with endorsements, but some in GOP fear midterm damage
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Ex-President Trump rewards allies and punishes enemies with endorsements. He meets this week with Wyoming Republicans running against Rep. Liz Cheney.

Fauci: 'There's no way' the coronavirus was made with U.S. research funds. Here's why
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Sen. Rand Paul accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of funding research in China that created the coronavirus. Fauci says that's a lie and explains why.

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