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1. Home Depot Tops Street; Breach Costs Still Hazy

21.54%
November 19, 2014
...company's momentum. Home Depot Inc. has 2,266 stores in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, 10 Canadian provinces and Mexico Rival Lowe's Cos. reports quarterly results Wednesday. ...

2. Global Warming Worsening Watery Dead Zones

28.48%
November 15, 2014
...predicted warming is nearly 7 degrees (almost 4 degrees Celsius) where the St. Lawrence River dumps into the ocean in Canada. The most prominent U.S. dead zones, the Gulf of Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay, are projected to warm 4 degrees (2.3 degrees Celsius) and nearly 5 degrees (2.7 degrees Celsius) respectively. Warmer water holds less oxygen, ...

3. U.S. Government Agencies Struggle vs. Cyberattacks

9.43%
November 11, 2014
...also dig in. Others have less nefarious motives. In February 2013, someone broke into the Emergency Alert System, broadcasting warnings about a zombie attack in California, Michigan, Montana and New Mexico Jeremy Hammond, of Chicago, considers himself an activist who hacks to expose wrongs or promote social justice. He is serving 10 years in prison for breaking ...

4. Fossilized Turtle Excavated in Southern New Mexico

77.97%
November 4, 2014
Fossilized remains of a turtle believed to have lived in a swampy environment tens of millions of years ago were recovered from a desert location in southern New Mexico A team from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History excavated the find on federal property near the city of Truth or Consequences last week, the ...

5. Mexico Archaeologists Explore Teotihuacan Tunnel

90.7%
November 3, 2014
...could have been used for the rulers to ... acquire divine endowment allowing them to rule on the surface," Gomez said. Unlike at other pre-Columbian ruins in Mexico archaeologists have never found any remains believed to belong to Teotihuacan's rulers. Such a discovery could help shine light on the leadership structure of the city, including whether rule ...

6. Virgin Galactic Spaceship Crashes

63.24%
October 31, 2014
...this post-shuttle era. Virgin Galactic, once it finished developing its rocket ship, was going to launch space tourism flights from the quarter-billion-dollar Spaceport America in southern New Mexico Christine Anderson, executive director of the New Mexico Spaceport Authority, did not want to comment on the events unfolding Friday in the California desert or what ...

7. Insect Sex Wars: Battle for Ant Sperm

22.49%
October 30, 2014
...the sexes. Researchers from the University of Vermont studied two species of Pogonomyrmex harvester ants that live in the desert around the border between Arizona and New Mexico These two ant species can mate with each other, but these liasons only produce sterile hybrid ants. That's a good thing for the queens, who need to produce these ...

8. BP Spill Left Big Oily 'Bathtub Ring' on Seafloor

50.84%
October 28, 2014
...study by David Valentine, the chief scientist on the federal damage assessment research ships, estimates that about 10 million gallons of oil coagulated on the floor of the Gulf of Mexico around the damaged Deepwater Horizons oil rig. Valentine, a geochemistry professor at the University of California Santa Barbara, said the spill from the Macondo well left ...

9. Massive Air Bag Recall: What You Need To Know

21.16%
October 28, 2014
...could be expanded. So far the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hasn't found any problems outside of the following areas: Florida, Puerto Rico, limited areas near the Gulf of Mexico in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Louisiana, as well as Guam, Saipan, American Samoa, Virgin Islands and Hawaii. Q: Why doesn't the government just order a ...

10. Space Jump: Google Exec Sets Freefall Records

24.64%
October 27, 2014
Google executive Alan Eustace broke the sound barrier and set several skydiving records over the southern New Mexico desert early Friday after taking a big leap from the edge of space. Eustace's supersonic jump was part of a project by Paragon Space Development Corp. ...

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