Daily coronavirus briefing: US COVID-19 cases near 400,000 as Wuhan ends lockdown
Wuhan, the Chinese city that was the initial epicenter of the outbreak, opened its doors for the first time in over two months Wednesday. And in the U.S., rapid COVID-19 testing is coming to drug stores in 10 states.
Bomb cyclone to bury parts of Northeast under feet of April snow
Following a rather mild start to April for much of northern New England, a winterlike storm system is set to deliver over a foot of snow to the region late this week.
Satellite images show how air pollution has changed during the pandemic
The imagery showing pollution reduction over parts of China and Europe was astonishing -- but what's happening in the U.S.? One expert explained what's behind the difference.
Weather whiplash to bring winters cold plunging back across eastern half of US
Spring started weeks ago, and those who have become used to the warmer weather are in for a rude awakening -- even in places as far south as parts of some Gulf states.
Is the US electric grid ready for changes brought on by coronavirus pandemic?
More people in the U.S. are in their residences just as warmer temperatures are set to kick in. The current situation is a whole new world for energy providers.
COVID-19 interactive global tracker map for confirmed cases, deaths, & more.