Michigan health director, 4 others charged with manslaughter over Flint water

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / Posters above water fountains warn against drinking the water at Flint Northwestern High School in Flint, Michigan. reader comments 83 Share this story Michigan Attorney…


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Michigan Official Is Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter in Flint Water Crisis

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Nick Lyon, head of the Michigan’s Health Department, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection to Flint’s tainted water crisis. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York…


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How Do You Make a Play About Water? Drop by Drop

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Spread the loveTweet The set designer, Deb O, described it as the kind of unruly pile you see in post-flood news photos, where people’s belongings have been removed from their…


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Left A Camera At A Bucket Of Water In The Desert And Look At All The Animals Who Came By For A Drink

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How to Survive a Flash Flood

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Spread the loveTweet How to Survive If You’re on Foot As soon as you receive word of a flash flood, immediately head for higher ground and stay put until help…


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Silicon Valley’s Mission to Save California Ag From Dying of Thirst

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Spread the loveTweet This story originally appeared on Grist and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. When George McFadden sits at his computer to analyze crop photos, he looks like a doctor pointing…


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India’s Silicon Valley Is Dying of Thirst. Your City May Be Next

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Spread the loveTweet On the outskirts of Bangalore one morning last summer, a sullen young man named Manjunath stood high atop a cocoa-colored 1,850-gallon tanker truck, waiting for its belly…


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Atom-thin water layers may lead to faster electric cars

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Spread the loveTweet The water layers also help store energy more efficiently, with less waste heat. NCSU envisions this leading to faster acceleration in electric cars — imagine electric sedans…


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