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Why does the sun make some people sneeze?

If you've ever looked at the sun and suddenly sneezed, you are not alone. About 10 percent of the population has a strange condition called photic sneeze reflex.

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Santa Fe's drought lessons

Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzalez explains how his city reduced water use by 20% by hiking tiered water rates and and offering attractive energy efficiency rebates.

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