US public health officials declared victory over malaria in 1951, but the mosquito-borne disease continues to infect and kill American travelers, a new study shows.
Malaria still plagues American travelers
Power plants in the European Union will have to cut the amount of toxic pollutants they emit such as nitrogen oxides under new rules approved by EU member states and widely applauded by environmental groups.
EU states approve plans for stricter limits on power plant pollutant
The Canadian province of Ontario plans to give up to 4,000 low-income households a guaranteed basic income for three years. Finland recently began its own basic income experiment, reported Jillian Kestler-D'Amours.
Basic income scheme comes to Canada's poor
Health insurers seeking regulatory approval for 2018 individual insurance plans can file two sets of premium rates as a way to deal with market uncertainty created by Republicans' promise to repeal and replace Obamacare, a California state insurance regulator said .
California asks insurers to double up on rate filings
Most of Donna Beegle's loved ones can't read or write. She's the only member of her family who hasn't been incarcerated. She spent much of her early life homeless.
IUN forum:To prevent child abuse, understand poverty
Britain's government must publish proposals to tackle air pollution months earlier than it wanted, a top court ruled, saying the plans cannot be delayed until after June's general election.
British government loses court case over air pollution plans
Australia’s first rescued-food supermarket has opened in Sydney, providing donated or surplus produce to customers on a pay-what-they-can basis, in an effort to reduce the estimated $8 billion to $10billion of food discarded each year.
Australia's first rescued-food supermarket opens in Sydney
Climate change may be putting cyanobacteria that are crucial to the functioning of the ocean at risk as the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases and the acidity of ocean water changes.
Rising carbon dioxide levels, ocean acidity may change crucial marine process
The common stereotype has teens glued to their phones 24-7. But nearly 60 percent of teens in the US have actually taken a break from social media, the bulk of them even voluntarily, a new survey found.
Most teens have taken social media break

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