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The flip side of years of no hurricanes: Good luck runs out
OCEAN CITY, Maryland (AP) -- For millions of Americans living in the hurricane zones on the Gulf and East coasts, recent decades have been quiet - maybe too quiet....
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Solar Impulse waits out weather before take-off for Hawaii
TOKYO (AP) -- Ultimately when it comes to adventure, however advanced the technology, the weather holds the trump card....
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Spike in water toxins blamed for hundreds of turtle deaths
JAMESPORT, N.Y. (AP) -- Hundreds of small turtles have washed up dead on the eastern end of Long Island in the last month, a die-off scientists blame on waterborne toxins that have reached unprecedented levels for reasons that aren't entirely clear....
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Coast Guard defends cleanup response to California oil spill
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The leader overseeing a massive oil cleanup along the California coast defended the initial response, saying there were workers on the ground after the spill that stained popular beaches....
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This has been a month of extreme weather around the world
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Even for a world getting used to wild weather, May seems stuck on strange....
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Series of quakes strikes off Northwest coast; no tsunamis
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Scientists say a cluster of earthquakes ranging in magnitude up to 5.9 have struck off the coast of the Pacific Northwest, but haven't been strong enough to generate tsunamis....
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New lab can create hurricane conditions on demand
MIAMI (AP) -- Researchers trying to figure out what makes some hurricanes strengthen into catastrophic monsters have a new lab that allows them to generate tropical storm conditions with the flip of a switch....
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APNewsBreak: Some telescope protesters' charges to be tossed
HONOLULU (AP) -- Hawaii County's top prosecutor said Friday he will dismiss charges against about 10 of the 31 protesters who were arrested while blocking construction of a giant telescope on a mountain held sacred by Native Hawaiians....
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Russia: Rocket failure was due to vibrations
MOSCOW (AP) -- Russian space officials say this month's launch failure of a Proton rocket was due to excessive vibrations in the engine of the rocket's third stage....
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Pentagon: Anthrax shipments broader than first thought
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon said Friday that the Army's mistaken shipments of live anthrax to research laboratories were more widespread than it initially reported, prompting the Defense Department's second-ranking official to order a thorough review....
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