HOUSTON — As summer approaches, anxiety about Zika is growing in states like Florida and Texas. The virus hasn’t spread to mosquitoes along the Gulf Coast, and it may not, but experts are preparing nonetheless.
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By the time Lenda Asberry and her four grandchildren tried to leave home in the dark of night, rapidly rising floodwaters already were up to the roof, police in eastern Texas say — too late, it turned out, for a safe escape.
Much about the planet’s future will depend on processes that humans today cannot directly observe — because they are occurring hundreds of miles below the sea surface where enormous marine glaciers, in Greenland and Antarctica, simultaneously touch the ocean and the seafloor.
Video game plots don’t always have the best reputations. It can be hard to keep a coherent story together when you’re also trying to let a player explore an open world, or choose between branching storylines.
After a year of being digital media’s doormat, the TV business is battling back in its upcoming “upfront” selling season.
If the cable industry were Hollywood boxer Rocky Balboa, it would be getting pummeled by its former trainer.
MINNEAPOLIS — The investigation of Prince’s death took a turn Thursday indicating that the megastar’s collapse on April 21 is now the focus of a criminal probe.
LOS ANGELES — Jeffrey Katzenberg, the Hollywood mogul whose name has been synonymous with DreamWorks Animation, will step down as chief executive after his company is sold to Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal.
Thrillingly suspenseful and laced with gut-busting macabre laughs, “Green Room” provides everything a fan would want in a survival drama. It’s a Panzer tank of a movie, solid iron and well-nigh unstoppable.
In 1990, the innovative landscape architects Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden trumpeted their efforts at changing the face of the American garden by publishing a book titled “Bold Romantic Gardens.”