Canadian universities may have a more international feel this fall. Enrollment of international students will be sharply higher, universities say, and the incoming freshmen include large numbers of high
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Move over, video chat: Vibrating gloves and 360-degree VR communications are on the way. In the olden days, people wrote letters to communicate. Then came the telephone, and then the internet. But within
Since hitting a record-low water level two years ago, Lake Michigan has been replenishing at an almost unprecedented rate, rising more than 3 feet since January 2013, according to government agencies.
Many California farmers are in a tight spot this summer, because their normal water supplies have dried up with the state's extreme drought. In the state's Central Valley, that's driving some farmers get
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The U.S. Commonwealth's Congressional representative, Resident Commissioner Pedro Pierluisi sent a letter to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter on Tuesday, asking that a task force be created to identify
The next drought: Water officials endorse a 'less is more' strategy for the future - Los Angeles Times
Glimpses of California's water future: A sprawl of sewage treatment plants, recharge basins and desalination facilities, stretching out across an industrial backlot near Rancho Cucamonga. A collection
On a blazing hot summer day, rumours that the water truck is finally arriving spread like wildfire through the village of Ezbit al-Taweel. In minutes, some 100 men, women and children pour onto the town’s
An elderly couple looks out at the ocean as they sit on a park bench in La Jolla, California November 13, 2013. REUTERS/Mike Blake NEW YORK (Reuters) - A record number of wives in the United States are