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Renee Montagne talks to Samuel Sandoval, an assistant professor of water resource management at UC-Davis about the dwindling water table that's used to grow crops in California's Central valley.
State regulators will begin enforcing the new restrictions on a sliding scale. That means that some cities that have been slacking in water conservation will have to do a lot more than others.
The online furniture company is currently one of the most shorted stocks. Our Planet Money team talks to the CEO about what it's like to be running a company when people are betting against you.
At Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Wednesday, Jack Nicklaus made a hole-in-one. It was the first time he's done that since he started playing in the PGA Tour 54 years ago.
The Endeavor Air flight, a subsidiary of Delta Airlines, was leaving Detroit Metro Airport when the end of the wing hit the side of the terminal after backing from the gate. No one was injured.
Money is pouring into the stock market, but investors in Shanghai may not be...
The Shanghai exchange is on a tear, but there could be trouble ahead for ill-informed investors. The current upswing may be driven by perceptions rather than fundamentals.