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Almost two million people in the Mid-Atlantic states are facing another night without power, with CNBC's Seema Mody and NBC News Steve Handlesmen.
Crop conditions continue to worsen, to levels not seen since the drought of 1988, threatening the size and quality of the U.S. corn crop as it enters a critical developmental stage.
East Coast storms disrupted cloud computing operations over the weekend, bringing down websites hosted on Amazon. Quentin Hardy, New York Times deputy tech editor, weighs in. "It shows how dependent our whole economy and society has become on a vast network of computers," says Hardy.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the impact heat is having on U.S. corn crop; and Weather Channel's Paul Walsh discusses how the heat wave is impacting consumers.
Farmers have planted the most corn since 1937, but record-setting heat is threatening the crop yield, causing futures prices to jump.
Miguel Almaguer, NBC News, reports the latest detail from the fire zone in Colorado.
Colorado Springs officials say hundreds of homes have been destroyed by a raging wildfire that has encroached on the state's second-largest city and threatened the U.S. Air Force Academy.
The "Squawk Box" news team weighs in with their perspective on the markets ahead of the opening bell, including a look at the severe drought situation in Colorado and the possible impact on commodity prices.
Corn is facing the worst crop conditions in two decades, pushing up prices that could affect everything from cereal to the ethanol in gasoline.
Tom Essaye, Editor, Money and Markets says things are improving in corn & soybean markets due to hot weather concerns.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reports on the major headlines of tonight's news, including a terrifying incident at Mexico City's airport and Facebook naming COO Sheryl Sandberg to its board.
Tropical storm Debby has spawned tornadoes in central Florida, with Carl Parker, The Weather Channel.
Tropical Storm Debby spun drenching rains Monday over northern Florida as it hung nearly stationary over the Gulf of Mexico, making its biggest threat flooding rather than winds.
Discussing the impact of tropical storm "Debby" on offshore drilling and oil prices, with Stephen Schork, The Schork Report, and Philip Weiss, Argus Research.
The Supreme Court ruled that public employee unions must win approval in advance from union members before they collect extra dues for political campaigns, and Abercrombie & Fitch plans to close 180 stores, reports CNBC's Seema Mody. The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel, also reports on the East Coast heat wave.
Mike Seidel, The Weather Channel, reports on the super-hot weather in New York City today.
The Weather Channel's Michael Seidel reports triple-digit temperatures and extreme heat warnings have hit many states across the nation. Dan Eggers, Credit Suisse, and Greg Gordon, ISI Group, discuss how the steamy weather will impact utility stocks.
In East Tennessee, a "natural disaster" is staged to get federal crop insurance. Another farmer in California claims desert scrub land as a wheat field. As the crop insurance program expands, fraud is likely to increase. With CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Today was the warmest day of the year, reports Weather Channel Reporter Eric Fisher.
Discussing whether our planet is headed for disaster if we do not combat global warming right now, with Rael Jean Isaac, author of "Roosters of the Apocalyspse," and Dan Weiss, Center for American Progress.
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