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Scientists have discovered the presence of chemical pollutants in some of the ocean’s deepest trenches, previously thought to be nearly untouched by human influence. Levels of contamination in some marine organisms living there rival some of the most polluted waterways on the planet.
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A U.S. federal judge on Monday denied a request by Native American tribes seeking to halt construction of the final link in the Dakota Access Pipeline, the controversial project that has sparked months of protests by activists aimed at stopping the 1,170-mile line.
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California officials are frantically trying to rapidly reduce water levels behind Oroville Dam – the nation’s tallest – after issuing evacuation orders for more than 100,000 people who live downstream.
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