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.
Weather for Preakness Stakes will be race's hottest in 25 years
The extreme heat that will envelop the Eastern U.S. could be enough for the record books as temperatures soar at the Preakness Stakes. Plus, will the toasty weather favor a horse that was bred in Florida?
Cave explorers discover ‘heavenly’ sinkhole surprise livingdown below
The gaping chasm is more than 1,000 feet long and 600-plus feet deep. Cave explorers rappelled to the bottom, and what they found there was alive.
Melting glacier uncovers 'exceptional' prehistoric discovery for researchers
The researchers, who braved fierce winds, heavy rain and snow at their excavation site, hope the fossilized remains of a pregnant creature they named Fiona can provide clues into what life was like 139 million years ago.
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.
16 spring essentials that you shouldn't do without
Whether you're looking to catch up on spring shopping or get ahead of next spring, here are our picks for essentials for the warmer weather.