- Man dies after jumping into ocean to help teenager Updated: Sep-27-15 5:09 pm
VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia - Authorities say a man died after he jumped into the Atlantic Ocean to help a teenager who appeared to be trouble.
- Man rowing across Atlantic Ocean in last leg of his journey Updated: Sep-27-15 9:02 am
OCEAN CITY, Maryland - On Dec.1, 2004, Victor Mooney met Pope John Paul II. They were at the Vatican. It was World AIDS Day.
- Coast Guard: Teen free diver found, airlifted to hospital Updated: Sep-19-15 4:53 pm
BOCA RATON, Florida - A 15-year-old boy who disappeared in the Atlantic after free diving with friends has been found.
- Plane that crashed into Atlantic Ocean has been recovered Updated: Sep-14-15 8:12 am
SOMERS POINT, New Jersey - Officials say the single-engine plane that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of New Jersey last week has been recovered.
- Conservationists push for Atlantic's 1st national monument Updated: Sep-13-15 11:51 am
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Undersea ravines deeper than the Grand Canyon, submerged mountains rising thousands of feet from the ocean floor and forests of kelp and coral would become the first marine national monument in the Atlantic if conservationists have their way.
- Small plane crashes into wooded area in New Jersey; 1 dead Updated: Sep-12-15 10:41 pm
WATERFORD, New Jersey - A small plane crashed into a wooded area behind homes in southern New Jersey on Saturday, leaving the pilot dead in the state's third fatal plane accident in less than a week.
- Swimmer has eyes on aquatic prize: to swim around the world Updated: Sep-10-15 6:33 pm
NEW YORK - Martin Strel swims with a knife strapped to his right leg - in case he encounters sharks, "vampire" fish and other deadly marine life in the world's wildest waters.
- More coastal nuisance flooding forecast for coming months Updated: Sep-09-15 12:23 pm
WASHINGTON - Federal scientists said Wednesday they expect nuisance flooding to increase in many places along the nation's coasts in coming months.
- Visibility a challenge for scientists studying German U-boat Updated: Sep-08-15 2:25 pm
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Scientists who set out to use submersibles to study a German U-boat off the Rhode Island coast said Tuesday they were hampered by poor visibility but the mission was still a success because they were able to test new technologies that allow such expeditions to be broadcast to large audiences.