Like a scene out of a Stephen King movie, a passenger on the Carnival cruise ship Ecstasy described a river of blood pouring down the front of an elevator door after a worker was apparently crushed to death.
One storm is more than enough to deal with, but three within a week is way too much. But that is what the UK, Scotland and Ireland are living with today as storm Frank moves through the region.
Food safety and protecting the public from pathogenic bacteria is the primary focus of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the FDA and the CDC. However, with all the regulations governing the safety of our food chain, there are harmful breakdowns.
Air pollution and the technology needed to make accurate forecasts on air quality conditions could become the newest big business opportunity. Two tech companies, IBM and Microsoft, are vying to tap into this fast-growing market.
The largest gas leak ever recorded is not only jeopardizing health, but has forced the evacuation of thousands of Southern California residents. Over two months have passed since it was discovered, and yet no one can figure out how to stop the leak.
A Fatwa on the keeping of female slaves, issued by so-called ISIS theologians, has been made public, detailing the proper treatment of female captives living under the regime in Iraq and Syria.
Each winter, in a marvel of engineering, an ice road is constructed in Canada’s northern reaches, traveling over frozen lakes and tundra. It is a supply line to remote diamond mines and exploration sites otherwise only accessible by air.
South Korea and Japan finally reached an agreement on Monday that will resolve the issue of comfort women
The produce aisles in most grocery stores are filled with symmetrical rows of, pears, apples, squash and lettuce heads, all displayed to make the most of their perfection. But what happens to the nearly six billion pounds of produce that isn’t perfect?