Reports: Hurricane Maria delivers catastrophic blow to Puerto Rico; 100 percent of island left without power
Powerful Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico early Wednesday. More
Jose has been unleashing coastal flooding, beach erosion, gusty winds and rain to the mid-Atlantic and New England… More
Additional hurricanes, beyond that of Jose and Maria, are likely over the Atlantic and may threaten the United States… More
Jose will bring coastal flooding, beach erosion, gusty winds and rain to the mid-Atlantic and New England coasts much… More
Financial and physical tolls on people can be measured, but what about the mental and emotional toll? More
Establishing an emergency plan in case you need to leave home quickly can keep your family safe and take strain off… More
Summer warmth will not let go of its grip on the eastern United States through the week. more
To a kid, walking down a store's toy aisle is a joy. To a mom, it might mean an extra $10 or a temper tantrum. But at a Target in Fort Smith, Oklahoma, something beautiful happened.Alyssa Hacker and her son Owen were out shopping when the toddler found some toy dinosaurs on a store shelf. He grabbed all three that he liked, but had to choose only one to take home. While contemplating who his new dinosaur friend would be, Owen said "hi" to a man passing by. Soon he joined Owen in playing with the dinosaurs. Alyssa said in a Facebook post, "With this crazy world we live in I was a little hesitant as to how close he was with Owen." But what happened next brought the mother to tears. The man put $20 in Owen's shirt pocket, and told Alyssa, "I just lost my 2-year-old grandson last week. You take this money and buy this boy all three dinosaurs." He wiped away his tears and walked off. Alyssa continued in her Facebook post, "There is still some good in this world!" Clean up on aisle three...and the internet. The touching story has been shared over 130,000 times. Watch the video to see Owen and his dinosaurs. More
Rumors spread over the weekend that President Donald Trump will remain in the Paris Climate Agreement, in contrast to previous claims made by Trump that the United States would withdraw from the agreement.
Financial and physical tolls on people can be measured, but what about the mental and emotional toll?
Outdoor allergies are dreaded, though often expected in the spring months due to continuously blossoming, pollinated plants. However, many of the symptoms that accompany spring allergies go hand in hand with the cooler, fall months and they aren’t a result of the common cold.
Summer warmth will not let go of its grip on the eastern United States through the week.