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Since Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have unleashed their wrath on the U.S. ― two “thousand year” and $100+ billion in damage
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It’s wonderful to be dry. That might sound strange, but if you’ve been touched by flood, you know exactly what I mean. Californians
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America's water infrastructure is crumbling, and there's little political will to do much about it.
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By Robert Glasser* The Oroville Dam’s structural weakness and the forced evacuation of 200,000 people living in its shadow
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But residents should remain vigilant, officials said Tuesday.
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“Dams, bridges, roads and all ports around the country have fallen into disrepair."
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This weekend's mandatory evacuation order for residents downstream from California's Oroville Dam is a reminder of what a
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Nearly 200,000 people have been evacuated.
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Almost 200,000 people were ordered on Sunday to evacuate from the area below the Lake Oroville Dam, the tallest dam in the United States, after authorities said its emergency spillway could give way.