Do Americans care about climate change?

Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the climate is changing and getting warmer and that humans are contributing. Americans overwhelmingly agree with the scientists, according to public opinion polls.

World leaders lobby Trump on climate change at G7

World leaders gathered here engaged in a heated argument over combating climate change, a major point of dispute between G7 heads of state and President Donald Trump, who is considering withdrawing from the landmark Paris climate accord.

Are we prepared for major hurricane?

If you weren't directly impacted by Hurricanes Katrina, Wilma or Andrew, the haunting images of the days that followed those powerful storms may seem like a distant memory. In fact, you may be too young to remember them at all. 

Thousands without power in Pacific Northwest thunderstorms

SEATTLE (AP) - A series of thunderstorms rolling through Western Washington has left thousands without power.More than 38,000 Puget Sound Energy customers were without power just after 6 p.m. in Western Washington.Puget Sound Energy in Washington said on Twitter that crews were responding to current and new outages Thursday afternoon.

Tornadoes dot Midwest, damaging homes

Tornadoes struck throughout the Midwest Monday evening, damaging homes and even setting a record for the earliest tornado ever seen in the state of Minnesota.