A private plane with an unresponsive pilot traveled more than 1,400 miles over the Atlantic Ocean off the East Coast and into the Caribbean on Friday, with a fighter-jet escort unable to render aid.
This ship has a lot of stories to tell. Her name is the SS United States, and she spent the better part of two decades as America’s Flagship, breaking speed records across the Atlantic Ocean, and serving as the luxurious temporary home to many famous travelers.
If you live in hurricane prone areas along the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico coasts, “This is your warning,” acting NOAA administrator Kathryn Sullivan said.
The SS United States is sending out what may be its final distress call.
It’s the result of a compromise announced Thursday in a dispute between recreational and commercial fishing interests over access to artificial reefs off the coast.
The National Weather Service says a “high rip current risk” is in effect until 9 p.m. Saturday night for shore towns in New Jersey.
This is the time of year that tens of thousands of people escape the city heat by retreating to the waves of the Jersey shore, but as pretty as it is, there’s some danger there too.
A Philadelphia based money manager is about to undertake a quest that’ll take him, and seven cohorts, far from the world of finance — or anything on dry land for that matter.
Humane officials are putting up a reward, in hopes of tracking down whoever shot a whale most likely before Labor Day out in the Atlantic Ocean.
A gorgeous view overlooking the Atlantic would have cost you close to a million dollars two years ago, but since that time, the price has taken a dip.