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A child drinks water from a dispenser in Dano, Burkina Faso.

These machines pull clean drinking water out of thin air, and they might be a solution to the global water crisis

An Israeli company called Watergen has developed a machine that pulls clean water out of thin air.

This $55,000 floating tiny home can be assembled in one day

Koda Light Float is built to last 50 years and be easily transported from one location to the next.

The weed-killing chemical in a Monsanto lawsuit was found in beer and wine. Here’s how worried you should be.

A new report suggests that certain beers and wines contain traces of glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical that's been linked to cancer.
Cheerios' Oat Crunch Cinnamon flavor was deemed particularly hazardous by the report.

The weed-killing chemical involved in a Monsanto lawsuit was found in Cheerios and Quaker Oats products. Here’s how worried you should be.

Environmental Working Group tests generated fresh concerns about the presence of glyphosate in breakfast foods.
A woman uses Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller spray.

A jury says that a common weed-killer chemical at the heart of an $80 million lawsuit contributed to a man’s cancer

A federal jury says that Roundup was a "substantial factor" in causing a man's cancer.
African cities are running out of water.

African cities are running out of water, and the continent needs $66 billion to avoid a crisis of disease and dehydration

African cities are experiencing devastating water shortages as their populations continue to grow.
The Manhattan skyline as seen from Queens.

New York’s mayor wants to spend $10 billion to save Wall Street from disastrous flooding, but some people are skeptical

Mayor Bill de Blasio just revealed a $10 billion plan to extend Manhattan's coastline by up to two city blocks.
Safe drinking water should be clear.

11 cities with the worst tap water in the US

Millions of people are exposed to unsafe drinking water every year in the US.
A ground view of Vessel, the site's prominent art installation

We climbed Vessel, the $200 million art installation at New York’s Hudson Yards. Here’s what it was like.

The honeycomb-like structure is free to the public, but visitors must reserve a ticket.
A ground view of Vessel, the site's prominent art installation

Hudson Yards is the most expensive real-estate development in US history. Here’s what it’s like inside the $25 billion neighborhood.

Hudson Yards is known for its public landmark, Vessel, but its buildings are masterful achievements in their own right.