Water faucet

Newark To Speed Up Pipe Replacement Amid Lead Concerns

Newark will take out a $120 million loan to expedite the replacement of 18,000 lead service lines.


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Brazilian Ministry of Environment

A Look At The Amazon Fund, A Key Money Source For The Rainforest

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National Hurricane Center

Tropical Storm Dorian Expected To Develop Into Category 1 Hurricane

1:02Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
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Brazil's President Authorizes Armed Forces To Fight Amazon Fires

0:58A lab worker demonstrates the harvesting of vaccine.
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U.N.: Malaria Can Be Eradicated, But Probably Not With Current Tools

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Illinois Resident's Death Might Be First In U.S. Linked To Vaping

2:01Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro
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Brazil's President Lashes Back At France For 'Colonialist Mindset'

1:16Wildfire smoke over Brazil
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It's Hard To Tell How Much Of The Amazon Is Burning

2:51A woman shops in the produce section at Whole Foods January 13, 2005 in New York City.
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Ask The Experts: The Flaw In Calling Communities 'Food Deserts'

1:23Salmonella Newport bacteria under a microscope

CDC Warns Of New Salmonella Strain Resistant To Antibiotics

1:11A woman drinks a bottle of water
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WHO Says More Research Is Needed On Microplastics In Drinking Water

2:00Fire near grazing land in the Amazon basin
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Rainforest Fires Fill Brazil's Skies With Smoke, Fanning Climate Fears

4:30climbers on an indoor rock wall
Newsy staff

How Adaptive Climbing Is Helping Veterans Fight PTSD

Newsy / Kyle Pyatt

'It's In Our Blood' — 1 Family's Story Living In An Oil/Gas Risk Zone

1:09Panel sits on stage in front of a United States space shuttle
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The New Space Command Will Officially Be Up And Running Aug. 29

Newsy / Kyle Pyatt

1.4 Million Live In High-Risk Zones Near Oil And Gas Production

Newsy / Kevin Clancy

Blowout (Trailer)

0:47Vials of Measles, Mumps and Rubella vaccines
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21 New Measles Cases Reported In The U.S. As Of Last Week

0:50NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announces home of human lunar lander development

Alabama's 'Rocket City' To Send The Next Astronauts To The Moon

0:57An electric car at a charging station
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Colorado Adopts Zero-Emission Vehicle Standard

1:10EPA headquarters
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EPA Reconsiders Decision To Allow Use Of Controversial Animal Poison

4:44Dayton police officers return to search for more evidence at the scene of the August 4th mass shooting
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Report: Connection Between Mental Health & Mass Violence Is Overstated

1:00Icebergs float near Greenland at sunset
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July Was The Hottest Month Ever Recorded

1:22A man holds a lit cigarette
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FDA Proposes Adding Graphic Images To Cigarette Packaging

2:29Baby and parent with matching tattoos
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Why Some Scientists Think Newborns Look More Like Their Dads

1:10A boy is vaccinated against measles in Africa
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Measles Cases Worldwide Have Almost Tripled In The Last Year

2:48A grizzly bear
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New Endangered Species Act Rules Could Threaten Grizzlies, Monarchs

1:43WHO marks one year since declaring an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
World Health Organization

Scientists To Use Successful Treatments To Combat Ebola In Congo

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Report: 2018 Ranks As The 4th-Hottest Year On Record

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EPA Says Newark Should Give Residents Bottled Water Amid Lead Testing

1:08The White House
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Trump Administration Moves To Weaken The Endangered Species Act