Cyclones slowing and intensifying - new research
New research shows it could also cause them to move from point A to point B more slowly, which might make them even more unsafe . Kossin works at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Centers for Environmental Information.
Eagles Uninvited to the White House
The acrimony continued on Tuesday, when the White House said "the vast majority of the Eagles team chose to abandon their fans". News of the cancelled event sent off a firestorm through Twitter , with everyone reacting to President Trump's decision.
Not even habitual scene-stealers, Prince George, nearly 5, and Princess Charlotte, 3, could take our eyes away from the American beauty.
The day's proceedings closed with an RAF flypast, which was watched by members of the royal family from Buckingham Palace's balcony.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte couldn't have looked cuter in their smart little outfits - co-ordinating perfectly with mum Kate, who wore a gorgeous pale blue Alexander McQueen dress. What does Markle miss about her old life?
From the vantage point of the Duke of Wellington's old office, which overlooks Horse Guards Parade, Camilla, Harry, Meghan and Kate and the other members of the Royal Family watched the finale of the event.
"I'm quite proud and I know that a lot of other people are proud of me as well", he was quoted as saying by the BBC.
John Cox Lays Out Game Plan Ahead of November
California's unusual primary system allows the top two primary candidates to advance to the general election, regardless of party. She will face former Democrat Bobby Bright in Alabama's conservative 2nd district - where Trump loyalty has been a central issue.
Trump hosts first iftar dinner
Ambassadors were invited from the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Tunisia, Iraq, Bahrain, Morocco, Algeria and Libya. His successor, Barack Obama, used the event to show that the West is not at war with Islam as a religion.
NASA Finds Concentrated Batch Of Organic Molecules On Mars
It should take methane several hundred years to break apart in the presence of UV light, but that's not what happened on Mars. Previous research has suggested the temperatures required could be found at the poles in their respective winter seasons.