NEW ORLEANS — Scientists are predicting a near-record Gulf of Mexico “dead zone” where the water holds too little oxygen to sustain marine life.
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PARIS—For a few, fleeting moments yesterday, Rafael Nadal found his French Open supremacy seemingly threatened by Dominic Thiem, a younger, talented opponent challenging him in the final for the second consecutive year.
ST. LOUIS—Facing elimination in an oh-so-hostile environment, Tuukka Rask and Brad Marchand stepped up for the Boston Bruins once again.
The Stanley Cup Final is heading to Game 7 because two of Boston's biggest stars love the biggest moments.
SOUTHWICK, England—Leonard “Ted” Emmings has had a mission for 75 years.
CARENTAN, France—Parachutists are jumping over Normandy again, just as soldiers did 75 years ago for D-Day—but this time without being shot at.
With the throb of their engines rumbling through cloudy skies, C-47 transport planes in World War II colours dropped jumpers with round canopies reminiscent of those used by airborne forces in 1944.
LOS ANGELES — A huge blob that appeared on the National Weather Service’s radar wasn’t a rain cloud, but a massive swarm of ladybugs over Southern California.
Meteorologist Joe Dandrea says the array of bugs appeared to be about 80 miles (129 kilometres) wide as it flew over San Diego Tuesday.
FOLLY BEACH, S.C. — An old shell found on a South Carolina beach four years ago has been identified as that of an ancient oyster never before found in the area.
NEW YORK—James Holzhauer, the trivia whiz who dominated “Jeopardy!” this spring, isn't invincible after all.
The game show's 32-time champion lost for the first time in an episode that aired yesterday, falling short of records for total winnings and longest reign, but still making an argument that he's the best to ever play television's most popular game.
PORTLAND, Ore.—A lawsuit by a group of young people who say U.S. energy policies are causing climate change and hurting their future faces a major hurdle toay as lawyers for the Trump administration argue to stop the case from moving forward.
VILNIUS, Lithuania—In Lithuania, the rat race of life apparently starts early.
Twenty-five babies have taken to the red carpet in Lithuania in a crawling race as their parents, grandparents and onlookers cheered the spectacle.