Severe weather to threaten 30 million from Texas to Illinois
As a storm pivots eastward from Tuesday to Wednesday, all modes of weather ranging from snow to thunderstorms will be produced, but severe weather may threaten lives and property in parts of the southern United States.
Mauna Loa eruption prompts warnings for Hawaii’s Big Island
After 38 years of silence, the world’s largest volcano, Mauna Loa, began erupting late Sunday night. Residents are being told to review preparedness plans as the USGS keeps a close eye on the volcano.
Atmospheric river with snow, rain to slam Washington to California
Seattle could measure its first snow of the season, and meaningful rain may reach Southern California as an atmospheric firehose blasts the western United States.
Qatar makes World Cup debut in a controversial tournament of firsts
Considered one of the hottest countries in the world, Qatar has broken with tradition to hold the event in November-December when temps are a "milder" 80 degrees. But organizers hope to combat the heat with high-tech cooling systems in stadiums.
Terrifying video shows why snow squalls are so dangerous
These fast-hitting, intense blasts of snow and powerful winds can make for treacherous travel, as this unbelievable footage shows. Here's what causes them -- and what to do if you're caught in one.
Kid exasperated by snow strikes chord with viewers around world
The boy’s comments caught the attention of viewers as far away as Australia and resonated with many after a news clip of his reaction went viral — particularly due to what he said he'd rather be doing than shoveling snow.