No, Californians aren't banned from showering and doing laundry on the same day. But the fact that so many people believed that lie says something about how insane the state's real water laws are.
Plus: More on the 1619 Project, a chart shows how crazy U.S. military spending is, and more...
The feds aren't the only ones capable of designing cringe-worthy mascots.
Baltimore could become the first major city in the U.S. to make the sale or lease of its water system illegal.
Proposed water restrictions will do little to solve the state's water woes.
According to federal regulations, they are. But Congress is now subjecting that rule to scrutiny.
Silly mobile game pisses off nannies, costs company $300,000.
The 'Do Not Flush' fight provides a perfect case study in arbitrary regulation and government incompetence.
A lawsuit alleges Poland Spring Water amounts to "a colossal fraud perpetrated against American consumers."
Rolling back a "federal land grab" or instituting an "unmitigated disaster for fish and wildlife, hunting and fishing, and clean water"?
Heavy Rainfall Is Easing California's Drought Crisis. A Free Market in Water Would Actually Solve the Problem.
Q&A with Reed Watson of the Property and Environment Research Center
How government created an artificial shortage of our most essential resource.
Freshwater reserves are falling but access to drinking water is up.
Blame shifting and a lack of political accountability perpetuate problems with police, education, and even water.
California's politicians and regulators are making the drought worse.
Environmentalist opposition to fracking undeterred by data
Joel Kotkin on the causes and repercussions of the Golden State disaster.
Environmentalists demands to ban fracking are set back.
Hit the snooze bar on environmentalist alarmism. Virtually everything is getting better when it comes to the state of the planet.
What's needed is market pricing
Keep an eye out for the suede-denim police if you live in California!
When it comes to rationing, give markets a chance.
Unless it rains enough
What happens when green populism meets environmental necessity
300,000 people have had to use bottled water
Study published in Nature
The "Mountain Dew mouth" fuss looks more like a war against a disfavored beverage than a legitimate health concern.