How to Save the Colorado River from Climate Change and Chronic Overuse

Paul Kehmeier is a fourth-generation farmer from western Colorado. One hundred and twenty years ago, his great grandfather Wilhelm Kehmeier bought land in Delta County, dug an irrigation ditch to bring water from a nearby stream, and got to work planting. The Kehmeier family has been farming on the same land ever since, growing alfalfa, hay and oats. But a few years ago, Paul Kehmeier did somet…

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The Diane von Furstenberg x Target Collection Is Officially Here—This Is What You Need To Buy ASAP

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Xi Calls for Tech Push in China After U.S. Escalates Curbs

Xi Jinping renewed calls for China to step up the development of technology critical to national security, issuing a forceful reminder just as escalating U.S. sanctions threaten Beijing’s efforts to become self-reliant in semiconductors.

Invoking the so-called “whole nation system” that propelled China’s space and nuclear weapons programs, Xi exhorted top officials…

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