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    Drought intensifies in most-parched areas of U.S.

    by Alyssa A. Botelho
    The drought has intensified in the most parched areas of the country, with more than a fifth of the contiguous United States experiencing “extreme” or “exceptional’” drought, according to numbers released Thursday morning by the National Drought Mitigation Center.
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