The most news these days is on Wolf Creek Dam in Kentucky. I see it on TV every night. Lot of towns downstream on the Cumberland will flood if it fails. There've been some threads a few weeks ago talking about Wolf Creek.
The other is Center Hill. My impression is that it's less likely to fail, but they take it seriously enough to make repairs, and in the process we're going to get a better fishery, higher minimum flow at zero generation making for better bug growth and ultimately bigger fish.
The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation, unless they fly fish... with apologies to Thoreau