U.S. Coast Guard

Feds Find Sea Turtle with 800 Kilos of Cocaine

U.S. Coast Guard officials seized nearly seven tons of cocaine–and an entangled sea turtle–during an operation in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The turtle survived the potentially deadly encounter with the drugs that had been set adrift by smugglers.

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Houston Rescuers Inundated — More Boats Needed

Search and rescue teams and the 911 system has been inundated with people needing to be rescued in Houston. Now the Harris County judge is reported to say that boats and high-water vehicles are desperately needed and that additional rescue assets cannot get into Houston.

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We Need More Money to Fight Cartels, DHS Officials Tell Congress

U.S. Department of Homeland Security officials told Congress they need more equipment, cutter fleets, and manpower to fight transnational drug cartels from Mexico, Central and South America, and Europe. Cartels have almost unlimited funds to traffic drugs into the country, they say.

Coast Guard crew members from the cutter Bernard C. Webber stand guard next to bales of cocaine, Friday, April 26, 2013 at the U.S. Coast Guard base in Miami Beach, Fla. The 2,200 pounds of cocaine, worth an estimated $27 million, was seized after stopping a fishing boat in the …

Family of Migrant Allegedly Hit by Coast Guard Boat Sues Feds

BROWNSVILLE, Texas — The family of a migrant who died when she was reportedly struck by a U.S. Coast Guard boat is suing the federal government for damages. They allege that the government is responsible for the woman’s death since the craft was moving at a high rate of speed in area known for human smuggling.

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Power Out at Pence Rally, Crowd Chants ‘USA!’– Halloween Show Goes On

Shortly after Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence began speaking to over a thousand people at a Halloween evening airport rally for the Trump-Pence ticket in Clearwater, Florida, every light in the place went out and Pence was left without power to his microphone.

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Aircraft Collision in L.A., Sparking Overnight Search

The search continues for potential survivors and remnants of an aircraft collision that the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed over the ocean on Friday afternoon off the coast of San Pedro, California.

LAFD helicopter (Damian Dovarganes / Associated Press)

U.S. Military Declares 12 Missing Marines Dead

The 12 Marines who went missing after their two CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters apparently crashed off the coast of Hawaii during a nighttime training mission last Thursday evening have officially been declared dead.

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U.S. Coast Guard: Cuban Refugees Drink Bleach, Jump Overboard When Caught

Cuban refugees caught before landing on American soil jumped off Coast Guard vessels, drank bleach, and capsized their own makeshift vessels in attempts to avoid being sent back to the communist regime in Havana, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed to Breitbart News Thursday.


Miles of SoCal Beach Closed Due to Mysterious Globs of Oil

Strange black blobs of tar-like goo surged on onto southern California’s Manhattan Beach by the thousands, closing down the two-mile area Wednesday while the U.S. Coast Guard and National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration are investigating the source and substance.

Carlsbad Goo (Josh Koonce / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

500 Protesters Chant in Santa Barbara as Bacteria Munch the Oil Spill

The sad look of south Santa Barbara beaches after the recent oil spill is serving as a backdrop for environmental protesters to advance their causes that have little to do with the ocean’s birds and fish. But as the protesters chanted “End Oil Now!” billions of microscopic bacteria are feasting on the oil that has been on their diet for millenniums.


Presumed Suicide on Galveston-Bolivar Ferry

A man exited the Galveston-Bolivar ferry and placed himself in the gulf waters about 7:30 a.m. Monday morning. He is presumed dead and the case is being treated as a suicide.


Jet Skiing Illegal Aliens Arrested on San Diego Beach

Just before sunrise Friday morning two Mexican nationals were arrested on the sandy beaches of Coronado Silver Strand State Beach after jetting through ocean waters and making illegal entry into the United States.

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