Levels of the radioactive isotope tritium 200 times higher than normal were found in Biscayne Bay.
Cybersecurity lapses have left critical Ukrainian infrastructure like a "powder keg", security researchers have said.
It's a place where Lazarus, Nadsat and Kendrick-influenced beats meet in harmony.
Since the blackout began on Sunday, the price of candles in the annexed peninsula has more than doubled.
Researchers in Korea say that energy could be created simply by 'everyday motion'.
Many of Europe's nuclear power stations are "virtually unprotected" from the threat of a terrorist drone attack.
"Climate change is real. The time for talk is passed. The time for action is now."
San Francisco is drenched, and social media is inundated with storm references.
The deal amounts to the biggest transfer of powers to Scotland from the United Kingdom since 1999
Research found that strong community bonds helped residents in 12 hard-hit neighborhoods in New York and New Jersey nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy
The plant would be the first nuclear power station to reopen following the Fukushima disaster in 2011, despite warnings that nearby volcanoes show an increase in activity
The Russian president has condemned US-backed sanctions on his country, warning about the threat of a fall-out between nuclear powers
The chess master also said he would not be surprised if the Russian president used nuclear blackmail to stay in power
Soap operas, bakeries, bands – they are all part of a government-backed plan to lure the world into buying and living Korean