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VetDog Charlie drops puck on Islanders’ Military Appreciation Night

It was just like a regular ceremonial puck drop, only cuter.Charlie, a black labrador retriever currently training with America's VetDogs, dropped the biscuit at...

Puerto Rico’s Farms Were Wiped Out. Here’s How They’re Bouncing Back

"You could hear chainsaws everywhere," says Owen Ingley, director of Plenitud Teaching Center, an educational farm in Las Marias Puerto Rico. It was the...

These Incredible Floating Homes Are Built To Survive Category 4 Hurricane...

Some of the biggest news of 2017 has been the weather. No longer a trivial subject of small talk, massive hurricanes like Irma...

7 disappearing deductions: Here’s how many taxpayers could lose out

President Donald Trump dubbed the GOP tax-reform effort as "The Cut Cut Cut Act," and digging into the 429-page bill shows plenty of popular...

Loophole allows damaged cars to be sold in Minnesota

Experts say a loophole in Minnesota's vehicle titling law allows dangerous cars to be sold to unsuspecting buyers. And with a surge of...

Into the Vortex: Chasing the Mystery Behind Superstorms

A monster was coming to central Oklahoma.Early in the evening of May 30, 2013, Cathy Finley and her partner, Bruce Lee, were driving along...

What You Need to Know for Winter Holiday Travel

Holiday travelers are still finding their beach.After three major hurricanes this fall, bookings are surging to unscathed Caribbean islands for Thanksgiving and Christmas, as...

New York Installs 25-Ton Floodgates to Stave Off the Next Superstorm

Watching the destructive hurricanes of 2017- Irma, Harvey, and Maria -brought back some memories for New Yorkers, who just passed the five-year mark since...

What We’ve Learned About Climate Change Since Hurricane Sandy

When hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria recently pounded Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico, the severity of the storms was often attributed to climate change....

Recent Hurricanes Pushed Rare Island Species Closer to the Brink

As Hurricane Irma slammed into south Florida in September, Dan Clark, manager of a complex of four national wildlife refuges in the Florida Keys,...