Smithsonian worried about climate change impact on buildings, artifact storage

Extreme weather and climate change are ongoing threats to federal buildings. The Smithsonian is no exception. It houses 155 million artifacts spanning, oh, all of human history and beyond. But the system’s museums and storage facilities risk flooding and other damage. In fact, that’s already happened in the National Capital Region. Smithsonian officials appeared before the House Administration committee last week. Federal News Network’s Amelia Brust has more.