John R. Moore Jr., and Tanner J. Mansell were convicted in West Palm Beach and face up to five years in jail and $250,000 in fines.
The Maine lobster industry could be facing a significant change because of federal regulations.
Satellite images show a cloud of volcanic ash and gas pouring out of the volcano as it erupts.
Hurricane forecasters believe that Nicole could strengthen further before impacting the coast, bringing storm surges and flash flooding.
The newly named subtropical storm could turn into a hurricane as it moves along its projected track.
Marine biologist Ingrid Visser told Newsweek the fish is likely to have been attacked while hooked on the line.
The system is projected to take a path into the Gulf of Mexico similar to Hurricane Ian's trek last month.
Giant isopods are thought to have existed for more than 160 million years, evidence from the fossil record indicates.
A coronal mass ejection looks set to graze the planet, adding to a geomagnetic storm forecast for October 1.
The exchange with a hurricane expert, who warned against linking specific weather events to climate change, quickly went viral on social media.
"When you fly into a hurricane you also have to fly back out. That means punching back through the eyewall."
The NOAA scientists found the otherworldly blob 1,400 feet below the surface of the Caribbean Sea.
"Danielle is expected to become a hurricane in the next few days," a National Hurricane Center spokesperson told Newsweek.
Great whites can grow to lengths of more than 20 feet and weigh up to 4,500 pounds.
In the wake of a powerful plasma ejection from the Sun's surface, the Northern Lights are forecasted to be visible over parts of the United States.
Mike Vecchione from the NOAA told Newsweek it would be weeks before the results are in, and that he isn't sure whether the results will provide any answers.
The flare itself wasn't disruptive, but it indicates that a source of more flares could be slowly rotating toward our planet, according to officials.
The holes, which look as though they have been excavated, were discovered by underwater research scientists.
A woman in Hawaii who remained in the water when a monk seal and her pup were passing through was attacked and injured by the mother seal.
Fishermen in Florida have organized a tournament where participants compete to catch the heaviest sharks, triggering anger from wildlife activists.
"This has never happened in modern times," Dr. Pamela Plotkin, a sea turtle biologist, said after Kemp's ridley sea turtle eggs were found on a Texas beach.
The angler had been fishing for 36 hours when he snagged the shark. It then took him over two hours to reel in the predator.
Based on the shape and size of the wound, investigators said the mammal was likely "impaled while in a begging position."
The footage was taken by Nautilus Live as part of an expedition to the protected Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and partners discovered the brig, Industry, at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico in February.
The NOAA video shows an anchor, ballast, bottles and a stove resting on the ocean floor.
Human equipment is one of the leading threats to California sea lions.
The footage was captured by Captain Josh Trosvig of the cod fishing vessel Cerulean off the coast of Unimak Island in Alaska.
"Failing to curb future emissions will cause even greater impact to Americans," warned NOAA administrator Richard Spinrad.