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Caroline “Taz Gallardo dodges a leg kick to strike Camila Rivarola in their recent Combate Global women's bout in Miami.  (Scott Hirano/Combate Global)

Combate Global Set To Be Most-Watched MMA Brand In North America

Behind soccer, MMA is the most watched sport by Hispanic Americans -- and its reach and cultural power is growing fast. The post Combate...

Premium and diesel fuel prices exceed $9 per gallon at Furnace Creek, California. (Twitter/Peter Tellone)

Why Does This Gas Station Have The Most Expensive Fuel In The US?

In mid-March, Furnace Creek Fuel and Auto Service had regular fuel available for $8.75 per gallon and diesel for $9.99 per gallon. The...

Air Force Maj. Ernest J. Fawbush (left) and Capt. Robert C Miller issued the first tornado forecast in 1948. Forecasters at the time relied mainly on hand-drawn weather maps, data from weather balloons and a radar system that was originally intended for use on B-29 bombers. (United States Air Force)

The First Scientists Who Dared To Forecast ‘An Act Of God’

Weather forecasters in the late 1940s didn't have supercomputers, satellite data or advanced radar capabilities. The post The First...

Coastal Redwood trees stand at Muir Woods National Monument on August 20, 2013, in Mill Valley, California. A recent study found that redwoods have two distinct types of leaves — one for absorbing water and one for photosynthesis. The placement of the leaf types changes across their range depending on how wet or dry their conditions are. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Redwoods Have Specialized Leaves That Allow Adaptation To Both Wet And Drier Climates

The world's biggest trees have leaves dedicated to absorbing water as well as leaves dedicated to photosynthesis. The post Redwoods Have...

Lake Powell, a critical source of hydropower and water for the West, is continuing to dry up. In this file photo, the tall bleached bathtub ring is visible on the rocky banks of Lake Powell on June 24, 2021 in Lake Powell, Utah.  (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

‘Unprecedented’ Water Levels Threatening Hydropower Generation In The West

Lake Powell water levels are expected to be below the target for a few weeks before rebounding in April due to snowmelt. The post...

The SS Bloody Marsh, which completed construction in 1943, was recently found when the NOAA was mapping the ocean floor off the coast of South Carolina. (NOAA Ocean Exploration)

Researchers Make Startling Find While Mapping Ocean Floor

Scientists came across a historic discovery while mapping the ocean floor — an oil tanker that dates back to World War II. The post...

The San Andreas Fault, visible as the line between grey metamorphic quartz monzonite and brown sedimentary sandstone and siltstone, is seen at Tejon Pass on June 30, 2006, near Gorman, California. The rift of tan and brown layers indicates the site of the surface rupture of a magnitude-8.0 earthquake in 1857 that was the largest quake in California?s recorded history. (David McNew/Getty Images)

Mounting Pressure: Slow-Moving Section Of San Andreas Fault Remains A Danger

Dating ancient seismic events is inexact, but a quake could come at any time. The post Mounting Pressure: Slow-Moving Section Of San...

In this image showing the intensity of oxygen-deficient zones, copper colors represent the lowest oxygen concentrations in the eastern Pacific Ocean, while deep teal indicates regions without low oxygen. (Jarek Kwiecinsky, Andrew Babbin, MIT)

Scientists Produce 3D Maps Of Oxygen-Deprived ‘Dead Zones’ In Pacific Ocean

Using 40 years of data, MIT researchers have mapped two of the largest oxygen-deficient zones in the world. The post Scientists Produce...

“Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis” reveals how Jewish soldiers were commanded to gather intelligence from the Germans at a secret camp in the Washington, D.C. area. (Netflix)

Oscar Shortlist For Horror Show Of How Jewish Refugees Had To Keep Nazi Defectors ‘Happy’ In US

Holocaust survivors were ordered to take German rocket scientists to nightclubs and on trips to buy their wives lingerie. The post Oscar...

Award-winning reporter Ian Urbina (right) left the New York Times in 2019 to found The Outlaw Ocean Project. (Fabio Nascimento)

Outlaw Ocean Journalist Hits Back Against A YouTube Attack

In the music industry, nothing is punished as swiftly and severely as an attempted good deed. The post Outlaw Ocean Journalist Hits Back...