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Loss of Arctic summer sea ice very likely before 2050, study shows
If emissions remain very high, there is a risk the Arctic could be ice-free even in the dark, cold winter months, a possibility described as “catastrophic”. The last global scientific ...
Since March 27, Minnesotans have lived under a stay-at-home order to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and, like so many of us, we have shifted our lives to adjust to this new reality. Suddenly, ...
This Destroyer Fought At Normandy, Got Hit By a Kamikaze, and Even Saw Action In VIetnam
At exactly three o’clock in the afternoon on February 25, 1944, a crowd gathered at the Boston Navy Yard for the commissioning ceremony of the USS O’Brien (DD725), a destroyer of the Sumner class.
Weather: Temperatures set to rise but unsettled conditions lie ahead
Temperatures are rising and will be as high as 9 to 11 or 12 degrees during the daytime on Friday, coolest in the northwest. Lowest temperatures will be between 3 to 5 degrees overnight ...
VIRUS DIARY: Fantasy baseball, when real ball is the fantasy
CINCINNATI (AP) — “People ask me what I do in winter when there is no baseball ... Rose, telling a favorite joke on ESPN. “Virus Diary,” an occasional feature, will showcase the ...
VIRUS DIARY: `When are we going to the playground, Mama?’
“Virus Diary,” an occasional feature, will showcase the coronavirus saga through the eyes of Associated Press journalists around the world. Follow AP Technology Writer Barbara Ortutay on ...
Gold Fever! Deadly Cold! And the Amazing True Adventures of Jack London in the Wild
then travel 500 miles north on the Yukon River—and do it all before the river froze. It was already snowing in mid-September. Ice was forming on the lakeshores. Racing winter, they rationed ...
Franklin’s Last Voyage
Their mission was to find the long-sought Northwest Passage through the treacherous Arctic seas that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans ... expedition despite a winter stuck in the ice.
The Great Diamond Hoax of 1872
Harpending would later write of the encounter: “Both were travel stained and weather beaten ... where the group boarded a Union Pacific train to Rawlins, Wyoming. Though the spot that Arnold ...