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The U.S. Coast Guard plans to use cannon fire to sink a derelict Japanese ship dislodged by last year's massive tsunami.
A Virginia commission has paved the way for construction of a 5-megawatt wind generator prototype 3 miles off the town of Cape Charles, which would be the country's first offshore wind energy turbine.
The Weather Channel is in the midst of a transformation, one that can be traced in part to an idle afternoon Al Roker spent surfing the Web a couple of years ago.
The Crystal Cathedral's pastor says her congregation will relocate and the Orange County megachurch will get a new name.
The U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday expanded the area it's searching for four people who disappeared from a fishing trawler off the Washington coast, but there's still no sign of them.
More than a year has passed since D.C. Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS) Director Neil Stanley overcame staunch union resistance and a bruising confirmation process to be hired to lead the troubled agency.
The U.S. Coast Guard says an oil tanker barge collided with another barge on the Mississippi, spilling oil and leading officials to close a five-mile stretch of the river.
For the second time in less than a week, a U.S. ship has rescued Iranian mariners in distress.
A boat carrying a group of scientists on a University of Hawaii Marine Center research trip was headed back to shore Friday after it began taking on water 60 miles north of Oahu.