The snowfall across the northeastern United States this weekend will not remain on the ground long with springlike… More
Relentless rounds of rain from the lower Red and Mississippi river valleys to the central Appalachians will elevate the… More
Gusty winds will raise the fire danger across the southern High Plains of the United States into Monday, a region… More
From a freak storm endangering city workers in Brazil to a bioluminescent bloom in California, here are the top viral… More
The snowfall across the northeastern United States this weekend will not remain on the ground long with springlike warmth set to quickly surge back in.
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.
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.
While there were no reported deaths from an earthquake that shook southern Mexico on Friday evening, 13 people died when a military helicopter crashed after surveying the damage the following morning.
A powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake shook southwest Mexico on Feb. 16. Multiple aftershocks followed, watch as people fill the main square of Mexico City at the time of the earthquake. There is no word yet on major damage or deaths from the earthquake, but 13 people did die from a helicopter surveying the damage crashing. More than 100,000 were without power.
Gusty winds will raise the fire danger across the southern High Plains of the United States into Monday, a region largely starved of meaningful rainfall since fall of 2017.
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.
One diver in this video said the playful baby humpback whale "played all around me, until she got too close and mama came and took her away, probably to protect me!" This close whale encounter came off the coast of Tonga.
The bitter cold and gusty winds that plagued athletes and spectators in PyeongChang, South Korea, earlier during the past week will ease into the start of the new week.
When a nurse lost her wedding ring in the snow in Milwaukee, a police officer and his dad didn't hesitate to help out.
Collisions forced officials to close a stretch of Interstate 90 in central Washington on Saturday as snow and cold began to invade the northwestern United States.
Residents of New Zealand are being urged to prepare for flooding, power outages and wind damage as Gita remains on track to slam onshore around Tuesday.