Governor Jerry Brown issued an executive order slashing water use by 25 percent to deal with a drought that just won't quit. NBC News reports.» Read More
Antarctica may have marked its warmest day ever recorded earlier this week, with a temperature reading of 63.5 F.
Six Florida metropolitan areas are among the 20 fastest-growing in the U.S., the Census Bureau said.
One person was killed Wednesday and several others were injured when a series of "extremely dangerous" tornadoes ripped through the Tulsa area.
With the U.S. economy being in much better shape this year, June remains a "likely lift off date" for U.S. interest rates, says Paul Sheard, chief global economist at Standard & Poor's.
Bankrate named its best and worst states for retirement based on cost of living, crime, health care and taxes.
"This is not going to be a big blizzard, but it is going to be several inches of snow," said Ari Sarsalari, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel.
More than 90 percent of California is currently battling severe drought conditions.
In drought-stricken California, farmers make more selling water than rice. NBC News reports.
A severe solar storm struck Earth, creating vivid views of auroras, potentially affecting power grids and GPS tracking.
One of the Pacific Ocean's most powerful ever storms devastated the island nation of Vanuatu on Saturday.
CNBC's Diana Olick Spring tracks spring housing demand and the lack of supply. A look at what future home buyers can expect.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses retail sales, seasonality and the U.S. economy with Harvard economist, Daniel Quinn Mills.
Rob Katz, Vail Resorts CEO, breaks down his company's quarterly results and discusses how his company was able to navigate the past quarter's currency shifts. Also Katz provides his thoughts on the acquisition of Utah's popular Park City Mountain Resort.
CNBC's Patti Domm discusses the retail sales number expected following February's horrible weather.
Monday was the first day of trading after the clocks went forward in the U.S. Historical data suggests that usually the equity markets sell back on the first trading session. CNBC's Deirdre Bosa explains why.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the outcome small businesses had to face after a snowy winter.
Boston saw a record amount of snow this winter, and some car owners aren't so happy it's finally melting.
Numbers are coming in and Boston-area small businesses have lost an average of 24 percent in sales this winter. But some on Main Street already are looking to make up losses.
Clocks are springing forward this weekend, but Friday will still feel like winter for much of the country.
Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor from 1993-1997, expects a "lower payroll figure" for February given the bad weather in the east coast.