Which is to say: lots of updates on the drought and the hurricanes -- including Isaac, who may be on his way back.
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BP says it's not entirely clear who's to blame. (Really.)
The closure of at least one mine will put 606 employees out of work.
The once-impassable M'Clure Strait saw enough ice melt last week that the sailboat could pass through -- though not without some nervousness on the part of the crew.
The city's famously delicious drinking water will be treated by the biggest UV disinfection plant in the world.
A state panel outlines the expected spike in the number of extremely hot days for California cities.
NOAA spends about $6 million a year to monitor CO2 and other greenhouse gases -- or it used to, when it had money.
The Democrats' platform is less green than it was four years ago -- but they have lots of composting and recycling bins at the convention center.
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