Scientists claimed the Bramble Cay melomys was the first mammal to go extinct from "human-induced" climate change.
After a lull during the Easter holiday weekend, the risk of severe weather and flooding downpours is ramping back up across the south-central United States this week.
After bad weather delayed recovery teams last week, the bodies of Jess Roskelley and two Austrian climbers were recovered from an avalanche field on Sunday -- and a photo from Roskelley's phone shows they'd made it to the top before tragedy struck.
Frequent storms will prevent people across the northeastern United States from enjoying an extended stretch of dry weather for the final days of April and start of May.
After a seasonably mild April so far, residents across California and much of the southwestern United States should brace for the first significant heat wave of the year this week.
At least 28 people have been killed in a landslide in the southwestern Colombian province of Cauca, the country’s disaster relief agency said.
The National Hurricane Center announced Friday that the deadly storm, which struck Florida last October, is stronger than was first believed. Here's why.
A new tropical depression in the southern Indian Ocean may bring life-threatening weather to parts of Mozambique and Tanzania later this week.
The historic numbers indicate one thing, but a look at the last five years -- and even this year -- shows something else.