ENVIRONMENT
Songwriter Diane Warren Saves Cow Who Escaped From California Slaughterhouse
A herd of cows broke out of a meatpacking plant and stampeded through a Los Angeles suburb. One escaped with her life.
BY RYAN PEARSON, AP
Voters Support Biden’s Infrastructure Package, Including Its Climate Provisions
Republicans argue green energy investments don't belong in an infrastructure package. Polling shows the public disagrees.
By 
CHRIS D'ANGELO
Birds Are Dying Of A Bizarre Mystery Illness In 6 States, D.C.
Hundreds of birds have suffered swollen eyes and strange symptoms from a deadly ailment — and no one knows for sure what it is.
By 
HILARY HANSON
250 Gators Removed From Walt Disney World Since 2016 Attack On Boy
Trappers receive $30 for every captured gator, plus the proceeds from any leather and meat sold.
BY AP
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Alabama Is Preparing To Execute People With Lethal Gas, As States Scramble To Find New Ways To Kill People
Top Military Chiefs Express Reservations About Sex Crimes Reform Bill
Stonewall Inn Bans Certain Beers During Pride Over Anti-LGBTQ Political Support
California Eyes Paying Off Past-Due Rent Accrued During Pandemic
The Safest Way To Hold Tokyo Olympics Is 'No Fans,' Top Medical Adviser Says
Philippine President Threatens To Arrest Filipinos Who Refuse COVID-19 Vaccination
Remembering America’s First Filipino Settlement Before It Vanishes Into The Sea
Some Filipino Americans look to St. Malo as proof of their belonging in the U.S. What happens when it disappears?
By 
YASMIN TAYAG
Great Barrier Reef Should Be Listed As ‘In Danger,’ UNESCO Says
Back-to-back mass bleaching events have devastated large parts of the reef, prompting dire warnings of climate change.
By 
NICK VISSER
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Lorde Announces New Album, Won't Release Physical CD To 'Honor The Natural World'
The singer's long-awaited follow-up to her album "Melodrama" arrives next month.
By 
COLE DELBYCK
Mother Pig Rescued After Fleeing Farm, Giving Birth In Woods
“I think she has earned her freedom now," said the woman who found the pig family in the forest.
By 
HILARY HANSON
Extreme Heat Wave Threatens Vulnerable Communities In The West
Heat is responsible for more deaths in the U.S. than all other natural disasters combined.
BY ANITA SNOW, AP
Weird ‘Living Fossil’ Fish Lives 100 Years, Pregnant For 5
The coelacanth — a giant bizarre fish still around from dinosaur times — can live for 100 years, a new study found.
BY SETH BORENSTEIN, AP
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