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One month later, Kentucky flood evacuees weigh cloudy future

PRESTONSBURG, Ky. ((DailyNews)) — Nearly a month after deadly flooding engulfed their houses, some eastern Kentuckians sheltering at state parks continue to wrestle with...

Tropical Storm Ma-on headed for southeastern China

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — Tropical Storm Ma-on was gaining strength as it headed for Hong Kong and other parts of southeastern China on Wednesday after...

Panda twins born in China as species struggles for survival

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — Twin giant pandas have been born at a breeding center in southwestern China, a sign of progress for the country’s unofficial...

Native groups seek to repair lands damaged by colonization

KINGSTON, Mass. ((DailyNews)) — Asa Peters marched into a thicket of Japanese knotweed in the woods of coastal Massachusetts this month and began steadily...

Floods wreak havoc across Pakistan; 903 dead since mid-June

ISLAMABAD ((DailyNews)) — Heavy rains have triggered flash floods and wreaked havoc across much of Pakistan since mid-June, leaving 903 dead and about 50,000...

Crucial illegal road threatens Amazon rainforest

An illegal dirt road ripping through protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon is now just a few miles shy of connecting two of the...

Children of climate change come of age in ‘Katrina Babies’

Edward Buckles, Jr. was 13 when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and completely upended his life. Buckles and his family moved from New Orleans...

Its largest lake is so dry, China digs deep to water crops

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — With China’s biggest freshwater lake reduced to just 25% of its usual size by a severe drought, work crews are digging...

Amid housing crises vacation towns limit short-term rentals

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. ((DailyNews)) — In the Colorado ski town of Steamboat Springs, motels line the freeway, once filled with tourists eager to pitch...

China fights brush fires, extends power rationing in drought

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — Brush fires have forced the evacuation of more than 1,500 people in southwest China and power rationing for factories has reportedly...

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