This week, archaeologists uncovered the remains of the hull of a 50-foot ship dating back to the 1700s at a construction site in Alexandria, Virginia. Developer Carr Properties is building the Indigo Hotel on the site at 220 S. Union…
By Abbey Oldham
Search teams have spotted multiple objects in the water where crews are searching for the El Faro, the American cargo ship that went missing after encountering heavy weather from Hurricane Joaquin.
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Hari interviews Richard Norris at sea about the JOIDES Resolution Atlantic Ocean mission.
A Minnesota congregation celebrated Christmas this year by retelling the true story of a Christmas Eve attack on the SS Leopoldville troop-transport ship during World War II's Battle of the Bulge. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the…
In the middle of the Gulf of Mexico, crews are confident that they are close to finally killing the oil well that's been gushing for months. Tom Bearden reports from a ship that has played a key role in the…
The weekend raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla where at least four Turkish nationals were killed has sparked angry protests in Turkey, one of Israel's only primarily Muslim allies. Gwen Ifill reports on the international reaction.
In other news Wednesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for a global response to the sinking of a South Korean warship, blamed on North Korea, and the space shuttle Atlantis has returned to earth following its final space mission.
In the day's other news, markets fell on news of poor retail sales in March, and Somali pirates attacked four more ships in the Gulf of Aden since the rescue of a U.S. sea captain Sunday.
President Obama vowed Monday to halt the rise of piracy as details emerged about the rescue of a U.S. sea captain. Analysts weigh how to best protect U.S. ships from pirates.
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