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Doyle Rice


McLean, VA, United States

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Recent articles by Doyle:

The Lyrid meteor shower will light up the sky this week and peak on Thursday. Here's how to watch these shooting stars.

The first major meteor shower since January is coming to a sky near you over the next few nights, with the peak being during the predawn hours of Thursday, April 22. → Read More

After a critical year for COVID and climate, Earth Day 2021 is Thursday

Earth Day lands in a year in which the globe was in the grips of a deadly pandemic and climate change sparked a cascade of calamities. → Read More

White House announces $1.7B for genomic sequencing; US reports 30% of adults fully vaccinated: Latest COVID-19 updates

The Florida Department of Education reviewed state data, not finding a correlation between mask mandates and COVID-19 in schools. Latest COVID news. → Read More

CDC: 'breakthrough case' numbers show vaccines work; Pfizer CEO says third shot likely needed within 12 months: Live COVID-19 updates

Almost 6,000 "breakthrough cases" of infections have been reported – far less than 1% of the 76M Americans who are fully vaccinated. Latest COVID news. → Read More

'More explosions could occur': La Soufriere volcano eruption sends thousands fleeing on Caribbean island of St. Vincent

The La Soufriere volcano erupted twice Friday on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, shooting ash several miles high into the atmosphere. → Read More

Pfizer asks FDA to OK its vaccine for kids ages 12-15; Coney Island’s famed amusement parks reopen: Latest COVID-19 updates

Nashville will no longer require face masks to be worn in outdoor settings. Coney Island’s famed amusement parks reopen. Latest COVID news. → Read More

After a brutal 2020, another above-normal hurricane season predicted: 17 named storms expected

After the most active hurricane season on record in 2020, top hurricane forecasters on Thursday said we can expect much activity again this year. → Read More

15 million Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses ruined in lab mix-up; most Americans 65 and older fully vaccinated: Live COVID updates

About 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine have been lost after a mix-up at a Baltimore manufacturing plant. Latest COVID-19 news. → Read More

More rain, possible floods in the forecast for swamped South

After a deadly and devastating weekend of flooding in portions of the South, another round of rain is forecast for the region on Tuesday, Wednesday. → Read More

Tornado hits near Birmingham; 50M in the South still in path of severe weather

A major severe weather outbreak was forecast for the southern U.S. on Thursday, especially in portions of Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee. → Read More

Millions in South brace for another tornado outbreak Thursday

Several long-track, strong tornadoes, large hail and damaging wind gusts are possible across the South Thursday and Thursday night. → Read More

Regeneron's COVID treatment cuts risk of death by 70%; AstraZeneca may have used outdated info in vaccine trial: Live COVID-19 updates

As national supply increases, more states make vaccines widely available. Navajo Nation reports no new coronavirus cases. The latest COVID news. → Read More

Spring starts Saturday, and the next three months will be warmer than normal. Here's the forecast.

The vernal (spring) equinox – which marks the beginning of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere – will take place on Saturday, March 20, at 5:37 a.m. EDT. → Read More

After tornado outbreak in the Deep South, powerful storms move eastward; at least 1 dead in Mississippi; thousands left without power

Storms that slammed Alabama and Mississippi moved into Georgia and Florida, as forecasters warn more severe weather across much of the Southeast. → Read More

'Extreme peril': Tornadoes spotted in Mississippi, Alabama amid dozens of warnings; thousands without power

A rare "particularly dangerous situation" tornado watch was issued by the National Weather Service Wednesday for portions of Mississippi and Alabama. → Read More

Bye-bye Beta: Greek names will no longer be used when hurricane season runs out of names

The Greek alphabet will no longer be used when a hurricane season runs out of names, such as what happened in 2020. → Read More

Tens of millions across the South in the path of severe storms, possible tornadoes on Wednesday

A dangerous outbreak of severe weather is forecast on Wednesday and into Thursday across the southern U.S. → Read More

'Wonder of nature': Self-decapitating sea slugs regenerate brand-new bodies

Researchers discovered that two species of Japanese sea slugs can regrow hearts and whole new bodies, even after removing their own heads. → Read More

Daylight saving time is back this weekend, and so is the annual controversy about the practice

Love it or hate it, our annual ritual of early March – daylight saving time – is coming next weekend: At 2 a.m. Sunday March 14, to be exact. → Read More

Brrr: US shivered through its coldest February in more than 30 years

If you thought it was unusually cold last month, you were right: Thanks to an invasion of the polar vortex, February 2021 was the USA's coldest February in over 30 years. → Read More