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Weather NewsChina pledges to end hardship for stranded travelers
GUANGZHOU, China (Reuters) - China has turned its battle against brutal winter weather into a propaganda push to comfort millions of cold and stranded citizens, even as officials warned on Thursday that storms will continue lashing many areas. Snow,...
Author:John RuwitchDate:03/25/14Click:7668 Full Story »
Weather NewsCold marches east; more rain/snow ahead
Northeast Big temperature changes are on the way for the Northeast today, although not quite as dramatic as what happened yesterday and early this morning in the Midwest. Rain will spread across the region, with a changeover to snow in the Interior...
Author:Mark AveryDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Weather NewsBeijing said to have some success preventing rain
BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing has successfully managed to stop light rainfall in experiments aimed at guaranteeing a dry opening ceremony at August's Olympic Games, officials said on Wednesday. With no roof on the showpiece Bird's Nest stadium, the Be...
Author:Nick MulvenneyDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Weather NewsStrong quake rocks Indonesia's Maluku, tsunami alert lifted
(AFP) - A strong 6.6-magnitude earthquake rocked the eastern Indonesian province of Maluku on Wednesday, prompting the brief issuing of a tsunami alert, the meteorology and geophysics office said here. The earthquake, which struck at 4:32 pm (0732 G...
Author:JAKARTADate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Weather NewsPowerful winds will gradually abate
The powerful winds sweeping over the Great Lakes and Northeast in the wake of a strong cold front will begin to relent this afternoon and evening. Similarly, the lake-effect snow squalls barreling off Lakes Superior, Michigan, Erie and Ontario--at ti...
Author:Buzz BernardDate:03/25/14Click:7669 Full Story »
Weather NewsHurricane damage claims need sharper eye: GAO
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Insurance companies' handling of damage claims from hurricanes, where both wind and water destroy property, needs closer government scrutiny, U.S. congressional investigators said on Wednesday. Following bitter complaints from...
Author:Kevin DrawbaughDate:03/25/14Click:7668 Full Story »
Weather NewsKatrina suit vs. Army Corps dismissed
NEW ORLEANS - A federal judge threw out a key class-action lawsuit Wednesday against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over flooding from a levee breach after Hurricane Katrina. U.S. District Judge Stanwood Duval ruled that the Corps should be held i...
Author:CAIN BURDEAU & MICHADate:03/25/14Click:7668 Full Story »
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