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A full-scale nuclear war between major powers would kill hundreds of millions of people directly or through the near aftermath.' Photograph: AP In the daily hubbub of current crises facing humanity, we forget about the many generations we hope are
John Poister, spokesman for the Department of Environmental Protection Southwest region, said the agency received a call around 7 a.m. Sunday from Allegheny County Department of Emergency Services about reports of boaters near the river who saw the
Officials say a gas explosion at an Oxnard bakery has left one person injured. The Ventura County Star reported that the Sunday morning explosion happened inside the Ortiz Bakery, blowing out the store's windows and injuring one of two people inside
Wet weather and flooding in Manitoba is hitting the oil industry hard. Much of the province's oil patch is in the same area, inundated with water from heavy rain and overland flooding that hit during the Canada Day weekend. Equipment sits idle in a
Turkey A gas explosion in a five-story building in Istanbul injured at least three people on Saturday, the city's governor said. Gov. Huseyin Avni Mutlu ruled out any terrorist attack and said the blast was caused by a gas leak or a gas canister.
Long-dead first world war veterans wrongly conscripted in 2014 by a Y2K-like bug...Malasig/EPA A year 2000-related bug has caused the US military to send more than 14,000 letters of conscription to men who were all born in the 1800s and died decades
Great White attacked a swimmer after earlier being agitated by a fisherman...SIX people were injured one critically when a gunman opened fire at a music festival, sparking a stampede as music lovers scrambled to safety.
July 5, 2014 17:23:00 There's a lot of oil in the Arabian Gulf. Not only is about a quarter of the world's oil produced by countries surrounding our backyard body of water, it also has about 800 offshore oil and gas platforms and 25 major oil
Investigators believe the man set fire to gas in his apartment which resulted in a blast that damaged the building. No one else was injured in the incident but the police said at the lives of least 12 people were at risk. If convicted, the man would
Federal officials are launching a summer campaign to curb construction fatalities and other injuries in Virginia. The Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration says officers in its Norfolk office will focus enforcement efforts