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Fishing Vessel Comes to Rescue After U.S. Fighter Jets Collide Off Cape Hatteras

A good samaritan fishing vessel rescued four survivors from the Atlantic Ocean following a collision involving two U.S. Navy fighter jets 25 miles east of Oregon Inlet, North Carolina on Thursday, the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy confirmed. Show More Summary

The Latest: Pros and cons of north Jersey casinos debated

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The Latest on the debate over expanding casinos into northern New Jersey, near New York City (all times local): 9:55 a.m. The businessman who made Reebok a worldwide name says his proposed casino in northern New Jersey would target gamblers from New York City, not Atlantic City. Footwear magnate Paul […]

This Day In Naval History - May 24

1917 - The first U.S. convoy left Hampton Roads, Va. to cross the North Atlantic after entering World War I. During the 18 months of war while American vessels escort convoys through the war zone,

Atlantic Hurricane Season Could be More Active

The Atlantic Ocean could be gearing up for an active hurricane season, meaning North American residents may want to pay attention. In recent years, single hurricanes

NATO Jets Escort Alleged Russian Aircraft Over Baltics Nine Times Last Week

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) fighter jets were scrambled nine times in the past week to accompany aircraft claimed to be of Russian origin, the Lithuanian Defense Ministry said in a statement.

Washington Uses NATO as 'Instrument to Project Power in Europe'

The United States is using the North Atlantic Alliance as a foreign policy tool designed to exert influence in Europe, political analyst Sergey Ermakov told Radio Sputnik.

How I Learned to Stop Worrying: Poland to Teach Children How to Love NATO

Poland's long-harbored affection for the North Atlantic Alliance seems to have become even stronger ahead of the bloc's upcoming summit in Warsaw as local authorities offered schoolchildren a two-month special course on all things NATO, including Poland's controversial request to permanently station the alliance troops in the country.

Poroshenko to Present Strategic Defense Bulletin at NATO Warsaw Summit

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will present his country’s strategic defense bulletin at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) summit in Poland this summer, the Ukrainian defense minister said Saturday.

Stoltenberg: ‘NATO Does Not Want New Cold War’ With Russia

The North Atlantic Alliance does not want a new Cold War with Russia, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview with Poland’s TVN television channel.

'NATO Will Imitate Dialogue With Russia' Prior to Warsaw Summit

The North Atlantic Alliance does not intend to have a meaningful conversation with Russia to address Moscow's concerns over the bloc's increasing assertiveness at the next NATO-Russia Council (NRC) meeting, should it take place, defense analyst Igor Korotchenko told RIA Novosti.

Mogherini: NATO Can Help Train Libyan Coastguards to Curb Arms Trafficking

The European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) can cooperate in training Libyan coastguards in curbing arms smuggling in the Mediterranean, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said Friday.

MS Changes Everything, but Everything Was Going to Change Anyway

In 1970, our sleepy little town on the edge of the North Atlantic had not a single restaurant, and no tourists to feed anyway. Today, we are Ireland’s No. 1 “foodie town,” and we can feel more like a tourist town with a farming and fishing problem than the other way around. That change came about […]

noaasanctuaries: Happy Whale Wednesday! This little whale and...

noaasanctuaries: Happy Whale Wednesday! This little whale and its mother are two of only about 500 North Atlantic right whales alive today. By working together, marine protected areas can help endangered North Atlantic right whales survive. Show More Summary

The Quest to Sequence the Genome of a Volcano-Dwelling Worm

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On São Miguel Island, in the Azores archipelago in the middle of the North Atlantic, lives a curious Brazilian expat. Known as Pontoscolex corethrurus, this tropical worm cannot tolerate the isle’s temperate climate. And yet it survives there in two areas: in artificially warmed pineapple greenhouses and the soil within an active volcano. Finding P. Show More Summary

ACC: LGBT law could affect whether NC hosts league events

A North Carolina law that critics say can allow discrimination against members of the LGBT community could impact whether the state hosts Atlantic Coast Conference championship events.

US, NATO, EU 'Obsessed' With 'Highly Efficient Russian Propaganda'

The United States, the North Atlantic Alliance and to a lesser extent the European Union are "obsessed" with what they call Russia's "highly efficient" propaganda machine, analyst François-Bernard Huyghe told Atlantico.

Together We Saved the Atlantic - Now for the Arctic and the Gulf

Staff photo - Activists rally on the North Carolina coast against Atlantic drilling For more than a year we spoke up together for the Atlantic Coast, and President Obama finally listened--foreclosing offshore drilling along the East Coast for at least the next six years. Show More Summary

Russian Ambassador to Latvia Rules Out Possible War Between Russia, NATO

Russian Ambassador to Latvia Alexander Veshnyakov ruled out on Thursday any possibility of an armed conflict breaking out between Russia and any country that is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), especially since it could lead to a nuclear war.

Plowshares Into Swords: Pentagon & NATO Looking to Militarize Bitcoin Tech

Officials from the US Department of Defense and the North Atlantic Alliance have made requests for the creation of military-related applications built on blockchain technology, the knowhow behind Bitcoin, Defense One reports.

UCI sleuths search the seas for soot

Irvine, Calif., May 9, 2016 - Earth system scientists from the University of California, Irvine have taken water samples from the north Pacific, north and south Atlantic, and Arctic oceans in search of repositories of black carbon, soot from burning biomass and diesel engines, among other sources. Show More Summary

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