Jan. 20, 2022

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A company is siphoning water from a national forest to sell as bottled water. California water regulators want to limit the operation.

Concerns have emerged about the California bullet train’s impact on Hollywood Burbank Airport, Burbank’s water supply and the taking of a massive commercial development.

The president knew his voting rights push was unlikely to succeed, yet felt he had to plunge ahead in the face of pressure from activists and other Democrats.

The Omicron surge has created overwhelming demand for coronavirus tests. Laboratories and manufacturers have struggled to keep up.

The policy comes after years of activism from Dalit students to bring an end to caste discrimination they encountered on campus.

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