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As the heat wave continues, one police department has asked people to ‘hold off’ on committing crimes until Monday
As the heatwave wages on, a Massachusetts police department took to Facebook to ask citizens to "hold off" on committing any crimes until Monday.
A Massachusetts police department is asking the public to refrain from criminal activity because it is ‘straight up hot as soccer balls out ther...
"Conducting criminal activity, in this extreme heat is next level henchmen status, and also very dangerous," the department wrote on Facebook.
Europe is bracing for another blistering heat wave, less than a month after record-breaking temperatures scorched the continent
Europe could see temperatures reaching as high as 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas on Wednesday and Thursday next week.
The dangerous heat wave sweeping the US isn’t just high temperatures. Heat index is all about how you sweat.
In a heat wave, the danger lies in both temperature and humidity. Here's what heat index is and why it's so important.
From high temperatures to water activities, here are some potential dangers to your pet during the summer heat.
The United States is facing a record-breaking weekend of hot temperatures. Here are some photos showing people doing their best to keep cool.
A dramatic satellite photo shows Hurricane Barry enveloping the Gulf of Mexico just before making landfall in Louisiana
Since the photo was taken around 10 AM Friday, the storm has since strengthened to a Category 1 hurricane.
Tropical storm Barry has forced at least two cruise ships to be rerouted as it wreaks havoc on the Gulf Coast
Hundreds of cargo and passenger ships could be affected by the storm, which could cause dangerous flooding in New Orleans and other coastal regions
Louisiana under state of emergency as Tropical Storm Barry nears landfall — here’s what it looks like on the ground
The storm is expected to strengthen into a hurricane over the weekend, threatening downpours that could flood local levees and rivers.
Over 20 per cent of the world's cities are expected to experience never-before-seen climate conditions in 2050, with the majority of these located in the tropics.