American Samoa News
Sub spots UFO-like jellyfish during scientific expedition
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Ocean Exploration and Research sent its remotely operated vehicle Deep Discoverer on a scientific expedition off the coast of American Samoa and spotted a stunning jellyfish.
What a summer it's been for Jim Harbaugh. And it's only August.
When satellite camps were banned in April, it seemed we would all be deprived of all of this. Then, three weeks later, the ban was lifted and the Michigan coach was off and running. Before the ban, Harbaugh announced a summer satellite camp tour with 39 camps in 22 states plus visits to American
Feds Fund New Registry for Babies Suffering From Zika-Related Microcephaly
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced new funds to create a registry aimed at helping babies born with microcephaly , the birth defect stemming from mothers contracting the Zika virus . The $16 million, funded from the previously re-appropriated Ebola funds, is to help
Delegates at the RNC Wait for Donald Trump's speech
ABC's Shush Walshe and Josh Haskell interview delegates on the floor of the convention before Donald Trump takes the stage.
Harbaugh camp won't stop in American Samoa because of Zika fears
Michigan's summer satellite camp tour will be ending one stop sooner than expected over concerns about the Zika virus, a school athletics department official confirmed. Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh was supposed to be among a group of staffers finishing up a monthlong tour with a trip to American
Mr. Harbaugh Comes to Town
S atellite camps have put college football in the summer headlines. College coaches have literally traveled the world holding football camps to coach, evaluate and recruit football players. Leading the cavalcade is Michigan's Jim Harbaugh. His camps have been controversial to some, innovative to
Michigan's maize-and-blue satellite camp road trip: Where's Harbaugh?
The peace is over. Satellite camp season has arrived. Things had been relatively quiet in the Cold War brewing over satellite camps. Before the first whistle blew, however, Nick Saban ended the cease-fire. "It's bad for college football," the Alabama coach said at SEC spring meetings Tuesday .
The Free-Agent Delegates Who Could Decide the GOP Nomination
The GOP delegate scoreboard is dominating political news - but it doesn't tell the full story of the battle for the Republican nomination. Wildcard delegates who are free to vote for whomever they want at the convention could either grant the GOP nomination to Donald Trump or send the party into a
Obese People Outnumber Underweight People for First Time in Human History, Study Says
Obesity has been a growing problem in the U.S. for decades and increasingly its effect is being felt globally. A new study published by the Lancet Medical Journal finds that for the first time in human history, there are more obese people than underweight people in the world. The data -- which was