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The driver of a 34-foot powerboat may have been cruising at 54 mph when he crashed into a cliff within the narrow confines of Bighorn Reservoir in August.
On June 4, 1944, U.S. forces were able to capture a German submarine off the African coast because they had broken the Enigma code and learned a sub was in the vicinity. On the eve of D-Day, the U.S. couldn’t risk that the Germans would realize the code was cracked. So they hid away the sub and its captured crew until the end of the war, and the Germans assumed the vessel was lost at sea.
The Mock One hammock from the Republic of Durable Goods doesn’t require any existing anchors to suspend it above the ground.
In the market for a small motorboat but don't want to contribute to water pollution? Here are some options.
The Trump administration says it has seized a North Korean cargo ship that U.S. officials say was used to transport coal in violation of international sanctions.
An estimated 1.3 million people ages 18-24 in the U.S. canoed in 2017, with nearly 3.7 million more people paddleboarding, rafting or putting in kayaks to tour, run white water or fish.
Blind sailor Hiro Iwamoto and his sighted sailing partner, Doug Smith, became the first sailing team with a blind member to achieve a nonstop trans-Pacific crossing between the U.S. and Japan.