Severe storms ravaged Texas and Oklahoma over the Memorial Day weekend, leaving a deadly path of destruction in its wake. And last night a tornado struck an oil rig in the Texas Panhandle, injuring three people.» Read More
The Weather Channel's Dave Mlkoff takes a look at the damage caused by fierce tornados, and the floods that followed.
Communities across the Plains awoke to damage and flooding after at least 50 tornadoes and baseball-sized hail were reported across a 500-mile stretch.
The Germanwings co-pilot suspected of deliberately downing his plane appears to have rehearsed the tragedy, NBC News reports.
Unrest is brewing among Assam's so-called Tea Tribes as changing weather patterns upset the economics of the industry.
The specter of deficient monsoon rainfall is casting a cloud over India's growth and inflation outlook.
California's drought is sharpening its economic divide, the NYT reports.
Challenges have bedeviled some of California water conservation efforts, and experts expect uneven levels of compliance and success.
California's drought has given it bone-dry grasses and an accumulation of combustible, dead trees. Now comes wildfire season.
The wacky weather that slammed the South this week is expected to get worse on Friday, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Kate Rogers on the rising number of man-made earthquakes.
Hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes may whip up as "strong and severe storms" continue to batter Texas, NBC News reports.
Almost 1 million Trek Bicycles are being recalled, and hail hit Chicago Wednesday morning, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
California needs to reconsider whether it's the best place for almonds to be grown amid the state's water crisis, the FT reports.
A severe thunderstorm was set to bring golf-ball sized hail, damaging winds and possibly tornadoes parts of the South, according to forecasters.
A cyclonic storm lashing Australia's east coast for a third day was declared a catastrophe on Wednesday.
California's cotton crop is hurting, and that could become a problem for an industry the state dominates: high-end apparel manufacturing.
California has the most people and the biggest farm economy, but an epic drought is turning the two against each other.
While there's much focus on the California drought and farmers, large global companies are managing for climate risks.
If a 100-year hurricane event were to hit downtown Miami, it would cause $250 billion in insured losses today, thanks to soaring property values.
Scientists say in the more ancient past, California had droughts for decades or even centuries. New York Times reports.