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Did a Cosmic Crash Heat Up Earth 56 Million Years Ago?Researchers have found evidence that a comet or space rock smashed into Earth 56 million years ago, perhaps setting off a massive warming that began around that time.
Tolls Rise as Haiti Digs Out from Hurricane MatthewPeople across southwest Haiti were digging through the wreckage of their homes Friday, salvaging what they could from a deadly and devastating encountered with the full force of Hurricane Matthew.
The Latest: Florida Keys Got Lucky; No Major DamageThe Latest on Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Nicole.
The Latest: State of Emergency Declared in CharlestonThe Latest on Hurricane Matthew as it approaches South Carolina.
The Latest: Hurricane Warning Extended for Florida's CoastThe Latest on Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Nicole.
Powerful Hurricane Matthew Roars Across HaitiHurricane Matthew roared across the southwestern tip of Haiti with 145 mph winds Tuesday, uprooting trees and tearing roofs from homes in a largely rural corner of the impoverished country as the storm headed north toward Cuba and the east coast of Florida.
The Latest: Hurricane Matthew Grows to Category 3 StormThe Latest on Hurricane Matthew.
Lawsuit: ExxonMobil Polluted River, Ignored Climate ChangeExxonMobil has polluted the Mystic River while failing to plan for the potentially severe impacts of climate change at its Boston-area fuel storage terminal, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday by an environmental advocacy group.
Report: Black Bears 'Robust and Growing' in FloridaWildlife officials say an analysis confirms Florida's black bear population is "robust and growing."
Hurricane Newton Slams into Mexico's Los Cabos ResortsHurricane Newton slammed into the twin resorts of Los Cabos on the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula Tuesday morning, knocking out power in some places as stranded tourists huddled in their hotels.
Hermine Expected to Weaken as it Lingers OffshoreHermine is expected to begin weakening as it churns hundreds of miles offshore in the Atlantic Ocean, but forecasters warn it could continue to impact areas from New York to southern New England with pounding waves, coastal flooding and beach erosion before it moves out to sea.
The Latest: Over 107K in Georgia Lose Power Due to HermineThe Latest on Hermine.

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