Hurricane caused serious flooding in southern US states but weakened on Sunday and was downgraded to a tropical storm.
The latest Atlantic hurricane is expected to make landfall on the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend.
Tesla CEO and real-life Iron Man wants to save Puerto Rico's broken energy network with his own solar power grid.
Scientists have found a way to predict when Old Faithful will blow its top, sending steam up to 180 feet into the air.
Neonicotinoids contaminate the majority of honey in the world. Almost half of all honey samples contained more than one neonicotinoid.
As the giant iceberg keeps moving away from Antarctica, it is estimated to reveal 2,240sq miles (5,800sq km) of seafloor with a hidden ecosystem.
The technique could bring an economy based on hydrogen fuels - which only emit water - a step closer to reality.
In recent decades there has been less and less rain in central India – but the rain that does fall is coming down in increasingly extreme storms.
Since the break happened in July, Nasa had to rely solely on thermal images and radar-based data to observe the break and watch the motion of ice.
Beaches are leaching highly radioactive caesium.
Zealandia is believed to have broken off from Australia and Antarctica around 80 million years ago.
The week's best photos, from Rohingya refugees and Mexico City earthquake, to Invictus Games, battle for Raqqa and Take a Knee protests.
The US territory of 3.4 million people has struggled through nine days with virtually no electricity and shortages of fuel and clean water in the wake of the most powerful storm to hit the island in nearly 90 years.
Vanuatu, home to about 260,000 people, is made up of about 65 islands on the geologically active Pacific Ring of Fire.
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