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NYC's Subway Flooding Isn't A Fluke. It's The Reality For Cities In A Warming World

Underground trains are incredibly susceptible to flooding from climate-driven extreme rain and sea level rise. Cities around the world are racing to adapt their transit systems.

Georgia voters at an Atlanta polling place during the January runoff elections for two U.S. Senate seats. Election officials in the state say new laws and disinformation have made their jobs difficult. Virginie Kippelen/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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2020 Was Tough But Georgia Election Officials Say Future Elections Won't Be Easier

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Lyft said it would pay the legal fees for any of its drivers sued under Texas' new abortion law, which it called "incompatible" with company values. Uber quickly followed suit. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Lyft And Uber Will Pay Drivers' Legal Fees If They're Sued Under Texas Abortion Law

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NYC's Subway Flooding Isn't A Fluke. It's The Reality For Cities In A Warming World

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Daniel Craig's final crack at 007 was among the first films to delay opening because of the pandemic. He will play across Ana de Armas in No Time To Die. Nicola Dove/Danjaq, LLC and MGM hide caption

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The 9 Biggest Movies To Watch This Fall (And Other Films That Sound Intriguing)

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