Hydrothermal Blast Sends Park Visitors Running For Safety

A dramatic hydrothermal explosion at Yellowstone’s Biscuit Basic sent visitors fleeing for safety as debris rained through the air.
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Back-To-Back Mudslides: 150+ Killed, Death Toll Expected To Rise

Dozens of families are holding out hope that their loved ones will be found alive after back-to-back mudslides hit a remote part of southern Ethiopia. At least 157 people have been killed and the death toll is expected to rise. Here’s what we know.
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Drinks Explode On Flights; 20 Injured

Several Southwest Airlines flight attendants have reportedly been injured this summer by exploding cans of carbonated beverages. It’s happening as the nation experiences a summer of extreme heat, including in some Southwest hubs like Phoenix and Las Vegas.
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Airlines Struggle To Recover Days After Outage

A global tech outage proved to be a major stumbling block for the airline industry. Now, thunderstorms may add to the chaos as the effects linger in the form of delays and cancellations. One airline, Delta Air Lines, has canceled more than 7,000 flights since the outage began and is now under federal investigation by the Department of Transportation.
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