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Several rescued after avalanche sweeps Swiss ski resort slope
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Chad Hennings, Air Force Veteran & former NFL player
The former Cowboys lineman and Persian Gulf War and Air Force Veteran talks about his current work helping Veterans and the rise in head injuries seen in football.
The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
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Hurricane floods move the earth, octopuses on ecstasy, greening the Sahara, Gulf of St. Lawrence gasping for air, an elephant queen, and what happens to flushed opioids
We can forecast the hurricanes. Can we figure out how to forecast their floods?; Octopuses on ecstasy: The party drug leads to eight-armed hugs; The Sahara's wind and sun could power the world, and turn the desert green; The Gulf of St. Lawrence is running out of oxygen thanks to climate change; Elephant families are very like ours, according to the filmmakers of 'The Elephant Queen'; What happens when opioids are released into the environment?
Quirks and Quarks
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'Absurd': 3 Minnesota towns crushed state rainfall records last year
Harmony's 2018 rain totals are common for a Gulf Coast city, not Minnesota. But massive rainfalls are the new normal as the climate changes. A state climatologist expects Minnesota's precipitation record to be broken again soon.