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Scientists drill into Chicxulub Crater to better understand the hollow feature

Scientists drill into Chicxulub Crater to better understand the hollow feature

A massive asteroid slammed into the Earth nearly 65 million years ago, bringing the dinosaur epoch to an end and producing a massive crater in the process.

Researchers create high resolution map of brine pool off coast of New Orleans

Researchers create high resolution map of brine pool off coast of New Orleans

A team of researchers has created a high resolution map of the area that is believed to be one of the oddest as well as deadliest places on Earth -- the bottomless 'jacuzzi of death or despair' in the Gulf of Mexico.

Chemical plant blast kills three people, injures many in Mexico

Chemical plant blast kills three people, injures many in Mexico

A massive blast at a major chemical plant has killed three people and caused injuries to several people in Gulf state of Veracruz in Mexico on Wednesday.

Oil Output in Gulf of Mexico Close to Hitting a record in 2017

Oil Output in Gulf of Mexico Close to Hitting a record in 2017

Although the oil prices have hit their record lows and the markets have been reeling with a supply glut, yet by the end of this month, the U. S. government will open close to forty five million acres to oil and natural gas development projects in the Gulf of Mexico.

Carrier and Ford moving Jobs to Mexico from U.S

Carrier and Ford moving Jobs to Mexico from U.S

One of the hottest topics of the 2016 presidential elections is centered around illegal entry of immigrants into the United States mainly from the Mexican borders.

Senate in Mexico Gives its Approval to the Opening of Oil Sector after Decades

Senate in Mexico Gives its Approval to the Opening of Oil Sector after Decades

The Congress of Mexico has finally given its approval to the plan of a wide-ranging energy reform which will result is breaking the states monopoly of seven decades or more and will considerably enlarge the part of overseas and private companies in the oil and gas industry of the country.

Occasional alcohol consumption can lead to damage to DNA

Occasional alcohol consumption can lead to damage to DNA

School learners are famous for celebrating at the weekends, and this normally includes having a beverage or two. At the same time new research has found that this level of liquor utilization may cause harm to DNA. This is consistent with a study distributed in the journal Alcohol.

Mountain under the sea has secrets to Dinosaur-killing cosmic action

Mountain under the sea has secrets to Dinosaur-killing cosmic action

Researchers have drafted a sensational undersea mountain in the southern Gulf of Mexico that could have secrets to the antiquated infinite impact that wiped out the age of dinosaurs.

Woman delivering baby on clinic lawns causes outrage

Woman delivering baby on clinic lawns causes outrage

An upsetting picture of a woman delivering her baby on the lawns of a clinic led to outrage among people as her picture spread like wild fire after she was denied treatment at a clinic and this led to the head of the clinic being dismissed from services. This happened in Mexico.

Woman denied treatment, delivers baby on clinic lawns

Woman denied treatment, delivers baby on clinic lawns

After a woman was denied treatment at a clinic, the head of the clinic was dismissed from services as the woman gave birth to a child on the lawns of the clinic and the photograph went viral over the internet. This happened in Mexico.

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