Jack Fairweather's new book argues the war could turn out to be the defining tragedy of the 21st century.
Many people in Colorado will remember 2013 as the year when mother nature struck with a vengeance. Wildfires, drought and floods plagued the state. But September’s deluge was catastrophic — climatologists called it a 500 year event. Water swept away highways, homes and killed nine people.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Lesley McClurg of Colorado Public Radio checked in with flood victims who are trying to get back on their feet.
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