Storm breaks over Southern California, Forecasts Predict Dry Weekend

Storm breaks over Southern California, Forecasts Predict Dry Weekend

After two days of rainfall, meteorologists forecast a dry end of the week over the majority of Southern California starting Friday, March 22. Read more »
Massive Sunfish Washes Up On A Beach In Australia

Massive Sunfish Washes Up On A Beach In Australia

The species are not dangerous to individuals, but often times they are confused with sharks when they swim inshore. Read more »
New Storm To Mark End of Drought In California, Southwestern U.S

New Storm To Mark End of Drought In California, Southwestern U.S

The majority of the rainfall will happen in the Golden State during Wednesday as showers spread into Nevada and some parts of Arizona and Utah. Read more »
Cyclone Idai_ Deadly Cyclone In Mozambique May Have Killed Nearly 1,000 People

Cyclone Idai: Deadly Cyclone In Mozambique May Have Killed Nearly 1,000 People

A condition of calamity has been announced in Zimbabwe. Read more »
Quake-Triggered Landslide Injured Dozens In Indonesia’s Lombok

Quake-Triggered Landslide Injured Dozens In Indonesia’s Lombok

A reasonably solid earthquake set off a landslide that hit a famous waterfall on the Indonesian holiday island of Lombok on Sunday. Read more »
California Drought Finally Over After Seven Long years

California Drought Finally Over After Seven Long years

The state has been free of the drought since Dec. 20, 2011. Read more »
Climate Strike:Students Across The Globe Walk Out Demanding Change

Climate Strike: Students Across The Globe Walk Out Demanding Change

These strikes by students are arranged in right around 1,700 towns and urban communities in more than 100 different nations. Read more »
Cisco Holds For The World To Cope Up With Its Strategy

Cisco Holds For The World To Cope Up With Its Strategy

Cisco has been adding standardized APIs to its products with an aim that engineers can figure out how to program them and oversee them utilizing that till now. Read more »
Research Suggests_ Air Pollution Kills 1.6 Million More People Than Smoking

Research Suggests: Air Pollution Kills 1.6 Million More People Than Smoking

Deaths caused by air pollution seems to be worse in Europe than any other country, Analysts trust that air pollution has caused the deaths of around 790,000 individuals - double the previous... Read more »
Meet Tengai, The Unbiased Job Interview Robot

Meet Tengai, The Unbiased Job Interview Robot

She is the creation of Furhat Robotics, an artificial intelligence (AI) and social robotics organization created out of a research paper at Stockholm's KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Read more »
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