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A man looks out over the Colorado River near Page, Arizona on Nov. 2, 2022. The seven states that manage the river are divided about how to account for the impacts of climate change in new plans about sharing its water. Alex Hager/KUNC hide caption

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As a deadline approaches, Colorado River states are still far apart on water sharing

Ahead of a deadline next week, the seven states that share the Colorado River have revealed competing plans for how the river should be managed in the future.

A man looks out over the Colorado River near Page, Arizona on Nov. 2, 2022. The seven states that manage the river are divided about how to account for the impacts of climate change in new plans about sharing its water. Alex Hager/KUNC hide caption

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As a deadline approaches, Colorado River states are still far apart on water sharing

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An Oscar statue at the Ray Dolby Ballroom in Los Angeles on Jan. 9, 2024. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What to expect at the Oscars: The bomb, the bombshell, and the possible comeback

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Sen. Katie Britt, R-Ala., speaks during a news conference on the border on Feb. 15, 2023, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Britt delivered the Republican response to President Biden's State of the Union address on Thursday. Mariam Zuhaib/AP hide caption

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Immigrants are less likely to commit crimes than U.S.-born Americans, studies find

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People take a selfie with rainbow Pride flags before the start of the Equality Parade in Warsaw, Poland, in June 2023. The Equality Parade was celebrated under the slogan "We predict equality and beauty!" Volha Shukaila/SOPA Images/Sipa USA hide caption

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After years of legal discrimination, Poland's same-sex couples await civil union law

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