A new national park was announced a few days before the Day of Remembrance of Japanese Incarceration During World War II, and formally recognized on Feb. 19. The park at Amache National Historic Site was one of 10 sites of Japanese internment during World War II.
Major hurricanes appear to be happening earlier on average now than they did decades ago. Researchers say one of the primary driving forces behind this shift is global warming. Climate change does affect hurricanes. Earlier strong hurricanes could overlap with some region’s already-rainy wet season, resulting in increased damage from storms. Read the full research paper by clicking here.