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    Construction of a 19-mile bridge from Hong Kong to China is threatening pale pink dolphins native to the area, according to marine experts.

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    Thein Maung clawed his way out of a landslide in northern Myanmar on Saturday afternoon. Dozens of others weren't so lucky.

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    An Idaho hiker's photos with mountain goats encourage behavior that's dangerous and irresponsible, according to state and local officials and the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness.

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    Home water softeners are responsible for more than 150,000 tons a year of the salt that gets into Minnesota's water bodies, says a study by the University of Minnesota.

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    An explosion caused by the interaction of hot lava with much cooler seawater injured 23 people yesterday on a Hawaii tour boat. Twenty-two suffered minor injuries when molten rock crashed through the roof, and one woman broke her thigh bone.

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    Washington, D.C., officials did not send wireless alerts to cellphones or issue "reverse 911" calls to landlines to warn the nearly 100,000 residents affected by potential water contamination last week.

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    In a Mexican town with scarce drinking water, many residents have started drinking Coca-Cola — a trend with devastating public health consequences.

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    As aviation startups forge ahead with reintroducing super-fast flights, a new study warns of the environmental consequences.

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    In March 2017, radioactive materials that can be used to make weapons were stolen after two Idaho National Laboratory security agents left the dangerous material in the back seat of a rental car outside a San Antonio hotel, according to a Center for Public Integrity investigation.

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    Navajo Nation leaders say they have started talks with the possible new owner of a coal-fired power plant on tribal land in Arizona.

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    Energy Secretary Rick Perry today announced open applications for up to $2 billion in partial loan guarantees for energy initiatives for American Indian and Native Alaskan communities.

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    Climate change is warming up sea turtle eggs and turning the animals female, but what about alligators?

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    In its latest maneuver in the complex litigation over the contentious Clean Water Rule, the Trump administration is arguing it makes little sense for courts to weigh the legality of the Obama-era regulation.

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    Federal judges today rejected environmentalists' claims that a natural gas pipeline reaching the Texas-Mexico border was improperly approved.

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    Environmentalists are heading to court over the Trump administration's latest plans for offshore oil and gas development in the Gulf of Mexico.

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    A conservative nonprofit sued the Treasury Department today seeking correspondence related to companies' climate risk disclosures.

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    Environmental groups filed a lawsuit today challenging EPA's expansion of a Clean Air Act loophole for high-emission trucks known as glider kits.

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    Lands in the West that have been scorched by fire may have a savior in a restaurant-grade pasta machine.

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    After a well-known turtle researcher showed photos of scantily clad women during a presentation, a scientific society has rescinded his award for lifelong scientific achievement.

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    Smoke permeated Yosemite National Park yesterday as a wildfire left local businesses that depend on tourists nearly empty.

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    A California water district has mismanaged thousands of federal dollars awarded by the Interior Department for a high profile groundwater cleanup project in the San Joaquin Valley, department auditors said yesterday.

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    More than 100 Democrats, led by House Natural Resources ranking member Raúl Grijalva of Arizona, want negotiators to strip wildlife provisions out of this year's defense policy bill.

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    The Natural Resources Defense Council has hired Michael Goo, a former senior EPA official during the Obama administration, to lobby for the group.

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    EPA officials heard repeated calls this morning to scuttle plans to limit the use of scientific research in drafting new regulations, as opponents at a public hearing variously attacked the proposed rule as unworkable, prohibitively expensive and illegal.

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    An entomologist with a corporate background is President Trump's pick to head research programs at the Department of Agriculture.

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    Tucked away from the Trump administration's cuts and bustling Washington is a wetland, though at first glance it might not look like one.

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    The inaugural meeting of the Interior Department's "Made in America" Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee began today at headquarters with a couple of surprises.

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    Legal jockeying is continuing between Florida-based NextEra Energy Inc. and the top nuclear industry trade group as the two parties gear up for a potential October trial in a lawsuit that has turned the former allies into fierce opponents.

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    President Obama was known for nominating graduates of Harvard Law School, his alma mater, for top posts in his administration. Less well-known is that key players in the Trump administration have ties to a suburban Virginia campus just outside Washington.