A longtime resident reports on the water crisis in the South African city, where the supply to homes and businesses is expected to be cut off in May, and his own efforts to slash consumption.
Rep. Devin Nunes' constituents in central California care little about his controversial memo on the Russia probe. They care more about Nunes' championing of farmers' rights.
In another dry winter, one-fourth of the state's population is now under severe drought conditions, the U.S. Drought Monitor reports.
Studies show the untested technofix that would allow continued use of fossil fuels "could simultaneously benefit one region to the detriment of another.”
More than 3,500 homes and businesses have been destroyed as the catastrophic blazes rage on.
Contrary to most predictions, a new study suggests that the Golden State could be 12 percent wetter by the end of the century.
European scientists say there is hope that a parched swath of Africa could suddenly start to receive heavy seasonal rainfall.