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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey gives his State of the State address at the El Conquistador Resort on Jan. 14, 2022.

Republican Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona sued the Biden administration Friday after the feds demanded changes to the state’s programs that send relief money to school districts without mask mandates. Read more»

Piles of bags of plastic and other waste.

For the first time, researchers have announced the limits that synthetic pollutants can be safely forced into the environment by human hands — and that we’ve already broken through them. Read more»

The snowy terrain of Olympic Valley, California.

The U.S. will need to make some serious changes to its water supply strategies as Earth’s climate continues to warm and snowpack in the country's western mountains becomes much harder to come by in the coming decades, according to a new study. Read more»

Both Idaho and Montana passed laws that greatly expanded the trapping and killing capabilities for wolf hunters, with Idaho going so far as to allow the killing of up to 90% of the state’s wolf population.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday that it would be renewing their evaluation on the potential need for federal protections for wolves following a push from environmental groups to restore safeguards for the predators. Read more»

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders participate in a Democratic presidential primary debate at CNN Studios Sunday in Washington.

A new poll of Arizona voters gives former Vice President Joe Biden a sizable lead over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in the state’s March 17 primary and suggests Arizona could be in play for the Democrats come the November general election. Read more»