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Flight delays plague travelers as the season’s first nor’easter hits the East Coast. At least 9 people have died due to the winter weather...
A winter storm hit the US over the weekend, making it difficult for some Thanksgiving travelers to get home. Snow is in the forecast through Tuesday.
From a toxic Ethiopian desert to a fiery Hawaiian volcano: These are the 10 most extreme places on Earth
From Ethiopia's Danakil Depression to Antarctica's Vostock station, some places on earth are almost inhospitable.
The first storm dropped large amounts of snow on Colorado on Monday. The second is expected to hit Southern Oregon on Tuesday afternoon.
Winter is fast approaching, bringing blizzards, ice-storms, and brutal winds. Here are some places with particularly harshest winters across the US.
Heat waves and floods shattered records. Fires ravaged the Arctic and the Amazon. This was the climate crisis in 2019.
Here's how climate change drove record-breaking extreme weather this year, as Arctic sea ice reached new lows as carbon emissions reached new highs.
Venice is experiencing its most severe flooding in 50 years. Here are 15 photos of the city’s extreme flooding.
Venice's annual high-water season causes flooding across the city, and residents and tourists alike continue their daily activities despite it.
The haze is taking time to clear as winds have remained light since yesterday evening, NEA said.
The US is being hit by a frigid, early cold snap that has killed at least 6 people and could break 100 temperature records
The National Weather Service said the unseasonal cold air, which spread from Kansas to Minnesota to Kentucky to New York, has brought an early winter.
The floodwaters have claimed the life of one woman, disrupted train services, and raised at least one river to a record height.
A photographer in Finland captured a beach covered in rare ‘ice eggs’ that are the result of a unique weather phenomenon
The unique winter sighting has been documented around the world, with some spheres as large as 9.8 feet washing up along the Arctic shores.