A powerful storm unleashed blizzard conditions and over a foot of travel-snarling snow across the midwestern United… More
While winter's deep freeze is taking a break across the United States, there is a chance the brutally cold conditions… More
A magnitude-7.9 earthquake struck off the coast of Alaska early Tuesday morning, triggering tsunami warnings from the Aleutian Islands to British Columbia. The West Coast of the United States is also being put under alert for potential tsunami waves.
While winter's deep freeze is taking a break across the United States, there is a chance the brutally cold conditions experienced during early January may return in the weeks ahead.
Residents cheered when power was restored to the Rio Piedras Heights neighborhood in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on January 19. Nearly 85 percent of power has been restored in Puerto Rico four months after Hurricane Maria hit.
A powerful storm unleashed blizzard conditions and over a foot of travel-snarling snow across the midwestern United States to kick off the week.
Surging temperatures combined with soaking rainfall will elevate the risk for flash flooding and ice jams in the northeastern United States into Tuesday night.
The Aurora Borealis, or northern lights created a beautiful sight in Glacier Bay National
The next Pacific storm will spread rain and mountain snow from Washington to Northern California by the middle of the week.
Ice jam flooding from the Connecticut River triggered a state of emergency in the town of Haddam on Jan. 19. This home was left surrounded and damaged by the encroaching ice.
A snowstorm hit Tokyo on Monday, dropping up to 23 cm (9 inches) of snow on downtown Tokyo, the most snow that the city has seen since 2014.
Switzerland's Institute for snow and Avalanche Research issued a level 5 Avalanche alert, the highest level, on January 22. It is the first time in 19 years the SLF has issued its highest warning. This video shows an avalanched at its avalanche dynamics test site on January 17.
Microbeads will soon disappear from face scrubs, toothpaste and other personal care products in the United Kingdom thanks to a landmark ban by the government.
75,000 cases have been confirmed, but the number is likely higher with most people not getting tested. The virus is now widespread in all but one state. Mt. Sinai Hospital Director of ER, Dr. Peter Shearer, gives some advice to help keep the virus out of your home.