Recent snowfall across the northeastern United States will not remain on the ground long with springlike warmth set to… More
Relentless rounds of rain from the lower Red and Mississippi river valleys to the central Appalachians will elevate the… More
Eight people had to be sent to the hospital due to a crash involving an ambulance and an SUV in Falmouth, Kentucky on… More
From a freak storm endangering city workers in Brazil to a bioluminescent bloom in California, here are the top viral… More
The same storm that caused officials to close a section of Interstate 90 in Washington on Saturday will continue to spread snow and unusually cold air across the western United States early this week.
The earthquake happened early evening on February 16 and sent shock waves throughout southern Mexico. The quake sent residents rushing to the streets in Mexico City for safety, and almost a million homes and businesses were left without power.
While snow continues to create slick travel from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest, ice may put some other residents of the North Central states in the dark early this week.
Major flooding from the Ohio River in Wheeling, West Virginia forced the state governor to declare a state of emergency. Many streets and neighborhoods were seen underwater and debris could also be seen floating around.
Recent snowfall across the northeastern United States will not remain on the ground long with springlike warmth set to quickly surge back in.
This crash involving an ambulance and an SUV occurred in Falmouth, Kentucky on Feb. 17. Eight people were sent to the hospital. The weather was blamed for the incident.
Relentless rounds of rain from the lower Red and Mississippi river valleys to the central Appalachians will elevate the risk of both small stream and river flooding into the end of February.
When a nurse lost her wedding ring in the snow in Milwaukee, a police officer and his dad didn't hesitate to help out.
New survey data reveals that watching the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in the office will spur on a $1.7-billion loss in workplace productivity.
From workers clinging onto to dear life from a freak storm in Brazil to the California shores lit up by a bioluminescent bloom, here are the top viral videos of the week.
Gita remains on track to slam into New Zealand with heavy rain and strong winds around Tuesday.
The bitter cold and gusty winds that plagued athletes and spectators in PyeongChang, South Korea, earlier last week will ease into the start of the new week.
We continue to learn more about the final frontier, but we wouldn't have reached this point without the accomplishment of America's very first satellite launched, the Explorer 1, on Jan. 31, 1958. It paved the way to the creation of NASA and many more milestones to come.