As space runs out at the plant, experts have urged the Japanese government to begin releasing filtered water from Fukushima into the sea or air.
The Trump administration is set to announce its replacement for the Obama-era WOTUS rule. Environmentalists say it is "reckless and capricious."
The hole was caused by a water main break.
Researchers found that toxins in U.S. waterways could equate to four cases of cancer in a lifetime for every 100,000 U.S. citizens. However, some experts question these claims.
Water in the soil plays an important role in storing carbon dioxide—the main greenhouse gas—which is helping to heat the planet.
Scientists studied the feces of people from around the world.
The San Francisco International Airport will ban the sale of water in plastic bottles on Aug. 20, per a new city ordinance.
The aquifer stretches from Massachusetts to New Jersey—the biggest formation of its kind ever found.
"The formation of the moon and the origin of Earth's water are two of the fundamental open questions in cosmo-chemistry," said the lead author of a new study.
"We've come to the conclusion that talk is cheap," Representative Dan Kildee told Newsweek.
"Plastic pollution is not just a city, river or sea problem," the study's co-author told Newsweek.
There are five Gyms located on the Galar region map.
More than 50 percent of the world's oceans will change color if global temperatures continue to rise on their current trajectory.
The man had jumped in to rescue his dog from the icy waters on Sunday.
Water levels rose by more than 5 feet Monday.
"Our work is calling for a complete revision for how we think about the potential for life on Mars."
The 62-year-old went without food for 48 hours and was forced to kill three rattlesnakes.
An emergency alert was issued on Saturday to inform people a new site opened at Rosenwald Middle School in Panama City.
Jeremy Dufresne had a bucket of water poured over him by a Dunkin' Donuts employee as he rested in the store. Another employee laughed and filmed.
The county failed to connect 173 of 204 children to a Genesee County treatment program for health remediation.
"For the last 30 to 40 years we have just chosen at the public level not to adequately maintain our infrastructure."
Kansas found contaminated groundwater near Wichita, but did not investigate whether it had spread to private wells for six years.