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KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — NICOSIA, Cyprus — Ukraine’s environmental protection minister says an accident at the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant could release 10 times the amount of...

Missiles, drones hit Zaporizhzhia again as death toll rises

KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — The death toll from a missile attack on apartment buildings in a southern Ukrainian city rose to 11 as more Russian missiles and — for the first time — explosive packed drones...

Mississippi city with water woes also faces trash trouble

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's capital city is still grappling with a troubled water system, and it could soon see garbage piling up outside homes and businesses.Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar...

Illegal Immigrants Arrested For Looting After Hurricane Ian As Florida Sheriff Issues New Warning

Illegal Immigrants Arrested For Looting After Hurricane Ian As Florida Sheriff Issues New Warning Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), Authorities in Lee...

SpaceX launches new crew to the International Space Station

SpaceX launched four new crewmembers to the International Space Station for NASA on Wednesday.Why it matters: SpaceX is currently the only American company able to send astronauts to orbit from...

SpaceX to launch new crew to space station for NASA Wednesday

SpaceX is sending a new crew of four people to the International Space Station on Wednesday for NASA. Why it matters: NASA relies on SpaceX to deliver astronauts to the ISS as the only American...

Hundreds of thousands still without power after Hurricane Ian

More than 435,000 customers remained without power in Florida on Tuesday morning, nearly a week after Hurricane Ian made landfall. According to tracker PowerOutage.US, there were 434,740 customers...

US to require more rest between shifts for flight attendants

Airlines will be required to give flight attendants at least 10 hours off duty between shifts, one more hour than currently, under a rule announced Tuesday by the Federal Aviation...

Hurricane Ian's death toll rises as crews in Florida go door-to-door in search for survivors in decimated neighborhoods

After Hurricane Ian obliterated communities in Florida, rescue crews going door-to-door in search of survivors are reporting more deaths, and residents grappling with the losses are facing a long,...

In Ian's wake, Florida residents brave a slow wait for power

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. (AP) — Nearly a week after Hurricane Ian smashed into Florida and carved a path of destruction that reached into the Carolinas, more than half a million statewide residents...

600K Floridians still without power after monster storm swept through state

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians were still without power Monday morning — just days after one of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit the United States dismantled the state. According to...

Federal officials promise major disaster aid for Hurricane Ian survivors

With the death toll from Hurricane Ian rising and hundreds of thousands of people without power in Florida and the Carolinas, U.S. officials vowed Sunday to unleash a massive amount of federal...

Metrolink, Amtrak suspend service between LA area and San Diego indefinitely because of shifting ground

Metrolink and Amtrak announced the suspension of train services linking San Diego to the Los Angeles area over safety concerns in the community of San Clemente, located on the border of Orange and...

Supply chain issues could slow fix of Florida electric grid

Crews are starting to fix Florida's electric grid by repairing and rebuilding where lines were damaged or flooded by Hurricane Ian

Supply chain issues could slow fix of Florida electric grid

Crews are beginning to repair — and in some cases, rebuild — Florida's power grid after the state was pummeled by Hurricane Ian.Florida Power & Light says it stockpiled enough poles, generators...

Factbox-Hurricane Ian leaves over 1.9 million customers without power in Florida

- More than 1.9 million homes and businesses in Florida were still without power on Friday after Hurricane Ian barreled across the state on Wednesday and Thursday. That is down from more than 3.5...

Detroit begins demolition of blighted Packard car plant

DETROIT — Demolition of the long-vacant Packard auto plant in Detroit started Thursday as crews began tearing apart an already crumbling exterior wall of the massive structure. A demolition claw...

S.Korea, U.S., Japan to stage anti-submarine drills amid N.Korea tension

By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL - The naval forces of South Korea, the United States and Japan will stage their major trilateral anti-submarine exercises for the first time in five years on Friday, amid...

Palestinians say boy dies of heart failure during chase by Israeli troops

JERUSALEM -A Palestinian boy died of heart failure while being chased by Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank on Thursday, his father said, an account disputed by the army while Washington...

Putin to declare annexation of Ukrainian lands in major escalation of war

By Mark Trevelyan LONDON - At a ceremony denounced by Ukraine as a "Kremlin freak show", Russian President Vladimir Putin will proclaim the annexation of four Ukrainian regions on Friday,...

Storm-battered Florida businesses face arduous rebuilding

Walt Disney World and other tourist attractions in central Florida appeared to have avoided severe damage from Hurricane Ian, but many businesses on the state's southwestern coast were hammered...

Iran protests over young woman's death continue, 83 said killed

By Parisa Hafezi DUBAI - Protests continued in several cities across Iran on Thursday against the death of young woman in police custody, state and social media reported, as a human rights group...

U.S. judge says Trump will not be required to attest to accuracy of FBI's list of seized records

WASHINGTON - A federal judge on Thursday ruled that former President Donald Trump does not have to provide the court with a sworn statement attesting to whether a list of items seized by the FBI...

Detroit begins demolition of blighted Packard car plant

DETROIT (AP) — Demolition of the long-vacant Packard auto plant in Detroit started Thursday as crews began tearing apart an already crumbling exterior wall of the massive structure.A demolition...

Florida begins recovery efforts as Hurricane Ian moves through state

Recovery efforts are underway in Florida in the aftermath of devastating Hurricane Ian, which continued to move northeast as a tropical storm across the state Thursday on its way to the...

Hurricane Ian probably won't cause spike in Florida gasoline prices

By Laura Sanicola - The U.S. Coast Guard is assessing damage at Port Tampa Bay after Hurricane Ian dropped more than 12 inches of rainfall in southern Florida, but the port said on Thursday that...

People trapped, 2.7M without power as Ian drenches Florida

Rescue crews waded through flooded streets and used boats Thursday in a scramble to save people trapped after Hurricane Ian destroyed a cross-section of Florida and brought torrential rains that...

Ukrainian Air-Defenses Mauled A Russian Fighter Regiment, Shooting Down A Quarter Of Its Crews

A Russian blogger on a popular aviation channel referred to the losses in an emotional post. “There is a bomber regiment where every fourth crews has already been shot down,” they wrote.

Rail unions emphasize positives of their tentative deals

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The two biggest U.S. railroad unions were working Wednesday ahead of key ratification votes to dispel rumors about the contract deals that averted a potentially devastating...

Efforts to restore power in Cuba are underway after Hurricane Ian triggered an island-wide blackout

Crews in Cuba are working to restore power for millions Wednesday after Hurricane Ian battered the western region with high winds and dangerous storm surge, causing an island-wide blackout.

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