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Blame Cognitive Biases When Efforts To Conserve Water Aren't Effective
As California's drought draws national headlines, we look at what a psychology-minded engineer has discovered when it comes to conserving water at home.
Relentless Flow Of Migrants Causes Alarm In Italy
In just four days, some 7,000 migrants on dozens of flimsy vessels were rescued from the Mediterranean Sea. Italian authorities are scrambling to find shelters for them.
Who's To Blame? Eritrean Refugee Killed By ISIS After Israel Deported Him
An Eritrean refugee, who had made his way to Israel, spent time in a detention center and prison, but Israeli officials sent him back Africa. In Libya, he was killed by members of the Islamic State.
Skeletal Horse On Trafalgar Square's 4th Plinth Is Art And A Stock Ticker
A bold statue has taken up residence in London's iconic Trafalgar Square — part of a public art project that's been going on for more than a decade. The skeletal horse replaces a giant blue rooster.
Carson Touts Candor As A Plus For His GOP Presidential Bid
Neurosurgeon Ben Carson is a darling of conservatives. It started when he criticized President Obama's health care law and other policies at a Prayer Breakfast with the president just a few feet away.
Speeder In Arizona Thankful He Wasn't Caught Going Faster
Police in Phoenix say Alejandro Barraza was driving 131 miles per hour — fast enough to go to jail. As he was led away, police say Barraza said he felt lucky that he wasn't caught at 160.
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