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One person was found dead and a 42-year-old man was taken to a hospital in serious condition as authorities responded to Cuban migrants found off Key Biscayne Monday, officials said.
Jim Wilde and John Sturgeon have both lost their lawsuits to challenge the National Park Service's authority to dictate their behavior on navigable rivers in the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
A search is on for two additional people believed to be rafters, after one was found dead and another still floating on the raft.
Dec. 2, the cutter left Westport at 11 a.m. to aid the fishing vessel 'Hit & Miss', disabled off Lurcher Shoal by engine failure.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, left, meets with Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad, Pakistan, Dec. 9, 2013.
A Coast Guardsman based in Charleston will spend eight years behind bars after being found guilty of several charges, including rape of a civilian woman and other unlawful acts involving six female members of the Coast Guard.
Eleven more pilot whales were found dead in the lower Florida Keys on Sunday, believed to be from a pod of 51 that became stranded there last week, and authorities said chances were slim of finding the remaining whales alive.
Police in Connecticut say a man they suspect killed three women took his own life minutes after officers confronted him.
Officers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission continued their search Saturday night for a missing boater.
A two-day search for a Long Island man believed to be missing in the waters off southern New Jersey has been suspended, the U.S. Coast Guard officials said Saturday.
A seaman salutes during a change-of-command ceremony for Coast Guard cutter Gallatin in March 2009, when Capt.
Lorenzo's Restaurant in the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield, was the setting for a party marking the 60th anniversary of longtime Staten Islanders Janet and Jerry Scully.
Something "fishy" happens when some recreational fishermen go out to sea in search of one of the mid-Atlantic's most prized gamefish.
The Department of Ecology says it could take weeks or months before a sunken vessel in Tacoma's Hylebos Waterway can be removed.
A small-boat crew from the Coast Guard Cutter Waesche disembarks non-essential crew members from the disabled fishing vessel Alaska Mist on the Bering Sea near Amak Island, Alaska, Nov. 11, during the cutter's recent deployment north.