Senior scientist Jay Famiglietti’s research looks at the West and the world’s dwindling water resources.
State agencies are having success countering New Mexico’s overdose epidemic by increasing access to opiate antidotes.
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Whether grazing on public land is a ‘right’ or a ‘privilege’ is one of the region’s most contentious issues. Here’s why.
Behind a lot of anti-fed sentiment, you’ll find ‘constitutional’ peace officers. Here’s why that’s worrying.
Borrego Springs, California, was founded on the promise of endless water. Now they must conserve — or else.
Regulators don’t link industry to contamination — but testing shows the pollution came after drilling.
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