Disneyland just had its hottest day ever.
One of the driest places on earth is looking a bit wet these days.
The report estimates an astonishing 46.9 million Americans are planning to travel 50 miles or more away from their homes for the 4th of July holiday. That's a 5-percent increase from last year.
After two weeks of eruptions, Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano became more dangerous over the weekend.
Northern Russians who live near the Arctic Circle had been living in winter darkness for 40 days straight until Friday, when the cold, winter sun finally rose.
Icy temperatures on the East Coast aren’t always bad. They can also lead to some fun winter activities in some of the most unlikely places.