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1. Faulty Air Bags Prompt Massive Alert

18.96%
October 22, 2014
...likely to be killed." The fault appears to be caused by defective parts in Takata air bags fabricated at their factories in Moses Lake, Wash., and Monclova, Mexico The problem can cause a metal canister in the air bag system to explode, splattering metal shards into the passenger cabin. It isn't only drivers who ...

2. Satellite Sees Hot Spot of Methane in U.S. Southwest

28.1%
October 10, 2014
... A satellite image of atmospheric methane concentrations over the continental U.S. shows the hot spot as a bright red blip over the Four Corners area of New Mexico Colorado, Arizona and Utah. The image used data from 2003 to 2009. Within that hot spot, a European satellite found atmospheric methane concentrations equivalent to emissions ...

3. Undersea Volcanoes Revealed on Ocean Floor

28.64%
October 6, 2014
...that the higher resolution map allowed them to see: a previously hidden ridge in the South Atlantic that is almost 500 miles long, and another ridge in the Gulf of Mexico that is as wide as Texas. Asked whether we would ever be able to see the bottom of the seafloor with resolution as high as those ...

4. Genes Reveal Answers to Monarch Butterfly Migration

42.27%
October 2, 2014
...of 101 monarchs from around the globe also suggests that the granddaddy of Danaus plexxipus may not have come from tropical latitudes, but arose in the U.S. Southwest or northern Mexico The results, published online Wednesday in the journal Nature, appear to upend long-held assumptions about the monarch, including how it generates a color pattern evocative of ...

5. New Mosquito-Borne Virus Spreads in Latin America

16.71%
September 29, 2014
...for Disease Control and Prevention said access to air conditioning to keep mosquitoes at bay might also be a factor. During an outbreak of mosquito-borne dengue in 1999 along the TexasMexico border, aedes aegypti were three times as abundant on the U.S. side but the number of people infected with dengue was twice as high on the Mexican side. ...

6. Government Hackers Try To Crack HealthCare.gov

35.09%
September 24, 2014
...personal identification being stolen," Tavenner told Congress last week. The inspector general's office also probed security for two state-run health care websites, the Kentucky exchange and New Mexicos small-business portal. It found that Kentucky, seen as a national model, sufficiently protected consumers' personal information. But there were some weaknesses in who had access to ...

7. Climate Change May Add Billions to Wildfire Costs

31.43%
September 17, 2014
..."That problem only grew as we went from periods of abundant rainfall, to average rainfall and then to drought," said Dan Ware, fire prevention and outreach program manager for New Mexico State Forestry. Jim Paxon, who retired from the U.S. Forest Service in New Mexico in 2003, serving as a spokesman for major wild-land fires for 13 ...

8. Experts: Mystery Fireball Was Russian Satellite

25.84%
September 17, 2014
People from New Mexico to Montana saw the bright object break apart as it moved slowly northward across the night sky. Witnesses described it as three "rocks" with glowing red and orange streaks. ...

9. Hurricane Odile Lashes Baja California

61.81%
September 15, 2014
...Monday, punching the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula with strong winds and sending torrential rains across 10 Mexican states. Rain and flooding forced evacuations along Mexicos Pacific Coast and dozens of rescues of people from stranded cars, authorities said. The ferocious hurricane smashed small buildings and left more than 200,000 people without electricity, officials and ...

10. Scientists Say the Ozone Layer is Recovering

20.8%
September 11, 2014
...climate summit. "The precedent is truly important because society is facing another serious global environmental problem, namely climate change," said Molina, a professor in San Diego and Mexico City. The 71-year-old scientist said he didn't think he would live to see the day that the ozone layer was rebuilding. Earlier this week, the United ...

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