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Why it's a big deal that half of the Great Lakes are still covered in ice

Domino effects could include lingering cold water, delayed seasonal shifts, and huge jumps in water levels.

Captain of Sunken Ferry Could Face Criminal Negligence Charges - gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News

By Narae Kim JINDO, South Korea, April 17 (Reuters) – The captain of the South Korean ferry that capsized off the southwest coast was facing a criminal investigation on Thursday, […]

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Strong Cold Front Drags Bulk Carrier Ashore in Virginia [IMAGES] - gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News

A strong cold front rolled through the east coast of the United States yesterday, bringing with it wind gusts of up to 70 mph off Cape Henry, merchant vessels […]

Forget The Penthouse, This Drone Has the Best Views Of NYC

Despite all the hype surrounding drones (rumors that Amazon will be unleashing a drone delivery service among them), “drones are not what they seem to people who haven’t played around with them,” Slavin says. “They’re just remote controlled quadcopters.”

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Today’s top item in Book News: 
Ginny Weasley, the freckly, flame-haired girl who later marries Harry Potter, grows up to be a sports journalist, according to new writing from J.K. Rowling on the website Pottermore. (Login required.) The stories are Ginny’s dispatches from the 2014 Quidditch World Cup for the magical newspaper The Daily Prophet. “Not a single Quaffle thrown, not a single Snitch caught, but the 427th Quidditch World Cup is already mired in controversy,” she writes. “Magizoologists have congregated in the desert to contain the mayhem and Healers have attended more than 300 crowd members suffering from shock, broken bones and bites.”
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Today’s top item in Book News: 

Ginny Weasley, the freckly, flame-haired girl who later marries Harry Potter, grows up to be a sports journalist, according to new writing from J.K. Rowling on the website Pottermore. (Login required.) The stories are Ginny’s dispatches from the 2014 Quidditch World Cup for the magical newspaper The Daily Prophet. “Not a single Quaffle thrown, not a single Snitch caught, but the 427th Quidditch World Cup is already mired in controversy,” she writes. “Magizoologists have congregated in the desert to contain the mayhem and Healers have attended more than 300 crowd members suffering from shock, broken bones and bites.”

Read more here.

Article - 292 missing, 4 dead in South Korea ferry disaster

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