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The Apocalyptic Drought In The Western U.S. Is Causing Widespread Crop Failures On A Massive Scale

12 days ago   |   By The Economic Collapse

At a time when food prices are already rising aggressively, agricultural production in the United States is being absolutely devastated by a drought that many are calling “the worst” in American history. Once again this week, the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map has extremely bad news for us. In all the years that I have been writing, we have never experienced anything like we are experiencing right now. As I write this article, 100% of the state of California is in a state of drought, and you should care very much about that because California produces about a third of our vegetables and...
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The Delta variant causes 83% of U.S. COVID cases. See the states where it's most prevalent

The Delta variant causes 83% of U.S. COVID cases. See the states where it's most prevalent

12 days ago   |   By Fortune

The Delta variant now accounts for more than 80% of cases in the Midwest.
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