With the coronavirus pandemic still raging in many parts of the world, leaders from more than 100 nations are heading to New York this week for the United Nations' annual high-level gathering.
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The renewed criticism this week of planned temporary storage facilities in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico came as federal regulators just granted a license for the proposed operation in Texas.
The case began when a Bernalillo County sheriff's deputy pulled a driver over because one bulb in a tail lamp didn't work.
The increase on Oct. 1 coincides with the expiration of a smaller, 15 percent boost in food-aid benefits that was ordered as a pandemic protection measure.
In the Black Hills, stands of century-old ponderosa pines were thinned over the past two decades, then thinned again. In some areas, most of the remaining older and larger trees are being cut, leaving hillsides almost bare.
Federal officials had spent years in court defending their decisions on wolves.
Former U.S. Forest Service Deputy Chief Jim Furnish talks about his concerns with logging in the Black Hills National Forest on July 14, 2021 …
The decision puts the federal agency on a collision course with state officials in Texas, where opposition to nuclear waste storage has been building for years.
Newsom on Tuesday became the second governor in U.S. history to defeat a recall aimed at kicking him out of office early.
Supporters hold up signs as California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at a rally ahead of the California gubernatorial recall election Monday, Sept.…