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    With water gushing through California’s rivers, some farmers have started devoting a portion of their land to capture these flows and let them seep into the ground. The move is part of a push to increase a practice known as on-farm recharge.

      Florida's orange growers have recently dealt with a double whammy with a hurricane and disease, but growers are optimistic that the future will be bright for the industry.

        A Mexican court has issued arrest orders for six people in relation to the fire that killed 39 migrants at a detention facility earlier this week in the border city of Ciudad Juarez. The federal prosecutor leading the investigation, Sara Irene Herrerías, said Thursday that the six include three officials from the National Immigration Institute, two private security guards contracted by the agency and the person who allegedly started the fire. She said they would face charges of homicide and causing injuries. At least 39 migrants died after apparently starting a fire inside a holding cell at the facility Monday night. More than two dozen other migrants were injured.

        A grand jury in Manhattan has voted to indict Donald Trump — the first time in American history that a current or former president has faced criminal charges, according to three sources familiar with the matter.

        A former Boston police officer has been arrested on charges that he assaulted a police officer after storming the U.S. Capitol with the mob of President Donald Trump supporters on Jan. 6, 2021. Joseph Fisher is accused of pushing a chair into a Capitol police officer inside the building as the officer was running after another rioter who deployed pepper spray, according to court documents. Authorities on Thursday also arrested a Colorado man who prosecutors say was part of a group of rioters who violently pushed against officers trying to defend the Capitol. An email was sent to an attorney who represented Fisher for his court appearance in Boston. No lawyer was immediately listed in court records for the Colorado man.


        Hundreds of people protested at the Tennessee Capitol on Thursday in favor of tighter gun controls, haranguing the Republican-led Legislature to take action following this week's mass shooting at a Christian school in Nashville in which three children and three adults were killed. Chants of …

        Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskyy has been increasing his travel across Ukraine as his country's war with Russia enters its second year. Zelenskyy typically travels by train, and his movements are closely held for security reasons. A team of journalists from The Associated Press travel…

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