Deadly derecho leaves widespread damage in Canada
Over 400,000 residents remained without power Monday following a destructive thunderstorm complex that swept from Windsor and Toronto to Quebec City over the weekend.
Asteroid the size of 350 giraffes to fly past Earth this week
NASA is calling it a 'potentially hazardous asteroid' and it will fly harmlessly past Earth in the coming days. Skywatchers will be able to catch a glimpse of the mile-wide rock --provided they know where to look in the sky.
Sub-tropical disturbance moves inland, threatens severe weather
The storm wasn't strong or organized enough to earn the first name on the 2022 list of Atlantic storms, but it brought soaking rains and the threat of a tornado as it marched across the Southeast.
It's been 75 years since the first named hurricane struck US soil
In the summer of 1947, the U.S. Air Force began naming tropical storm systems. Now, 75 years later, we look back on the first named hurricane to ever strike an American state.
Comfy mattresses you can pick up on sale this Memorial Day
You spend a third of your life in bed. And there is no better time to replace your old mattress than when they are on sale.
Coolers that'll help you beat the extreme summer heat
There's nothing worse than cooking up a feast on your barbecue and then reaching over to open a cold drink to find it's lukewarm.