Topic: U.S. Coast Guard
The American landscape is becoming less American as plants from Europe and Asia invade open spaces, crowding out native species and lessening the nation's biological diversity.
04/15/2010 09:35 am
Fargo officials and residents were on the brink of declaring victory as sandbags and dikes are expected to hold back the Red River.
03/21/2010 09:53 am
Katie Spotz touched a pier in Guyana Sunday to become the youngest person to solo row across the Atlantic Ocean.
03/15/2010 03:02 pm
Terrorism & Security Singapore raises terror alert on Malacca Strait, one of the world's most important oil shipping lanes
Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore raised terror alert levels after a tip-off that terrorists are planning to attack vessels in the Malacca Strait. The threat hasn't prevented millions of barrels of oil from being shipped through the strait daily.
03/05/2010 09:00 am
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 03/03
Global warming skeptics must recognize that real -- not predicted -- climate change is already turning the Arctic into a potential military flash point.
03/02/2010 11:25 am
Harry Reid may be the powerful Senate majority leader, but back home in Nevada, most voters don't think much of him. On Friday, President Obama travels to Nevada to campaign for Reid.
02/19/2010 04:55 pm
While there is still much work to be done, the security situation in Haiti has stabilized enough that some US forces will soon leave the country.
02/19/2010 02:19 pm
Federal authorities are proposing to control, but not close, Illinois shipping locks in an effort to prevent the Asian carp from infiltrating the Great Lakes. Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm did not agree with the plan.
02/08/2010 08:32 pm
US Coast Guard has 16 cutter ships near Haiti, in part to send Haitians the message 'don't try to flee.' There's been no sign of any post-earthquake exodus, but a preexisting US 'mass migration plan' is at the ready.
02/05/2010 07:53 pm