Violent tornadoes are moving through Oklahoma, and there is widespread damage, with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen.» Read More
A not-so-small cottage industry is now built around disaster preparation. While it never hurts to be prepared, say experts, how much of this industry is actually playing into people’s fears?
To what degree a catastrophic event might be caused by climate change is impossible to measure at this stage, so global warming isn’t being directly priced into insurance premiums.
Companies like ServiceMaster, ServPro, Disaster Kleenup International and the Signature Group are ready to mobilize workers by the hundreds to respond to catastrophe for days and weeks on end.
NBC's Mike Taibbi reports on rising flood waters threatening nuclear plants in Nebraska, and Virginia McGathey, McGathey Commodities and Scott Shellady, ICAP US discusses how floods are impacting agricultural commodities prices.
What's driving market optimism despite a global wall of worry? Matthew Cheslock, Cohen Capital Group; Michael Sansoterra, RidgeWorth Large Cap Growth Fund; and CNBC's Rick Santelli, discuss.
Analysis of last year's catastrophic weather and its impact on the price of commodities, with Jeff Masters, WeatherUnderground.com meteorology director, and Sterling Smith, Country Hedging.
Regulators are keeping an eye on two Nebraska nuclear plants as rising flood waters threaten to overtake them. Meanwhile, rising flood waters in North Dakota have residents bracing for the worst, with NBC's Janel Klein.
Discussing how to plan, if weather-related disasters happen, with Michael Hicks, Ball State University; Addison Armstrong,Tradition Energy, Scott Bernhardt, Planalytics, and CNBC's Mary Thompson.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the unusual weather sweeping the globe.
CNBC's Mary Thompson has the story on what the devastating weather means for insurance companies, with Mike Bettes, The Weather Channel.
NBC's Janet Shamlian takes a look at the river cresting in Mississippi and what people in the region expect the damage to be.
Economic reports could rule the markets Thursday, as investors get a fresh look at the jobs situation and the health of the housing market.
The swollen Mississippi River is washing away crops, harvests and jobs, the New York Times reports.
NBC'S Jay Gray with details on latest efforts to protect homes and buildings along the flooded Mississippi River.
Experts in the corn, wheat and soy markets expect the sharp pullback in recent weeks to be little more than a temporary correction as heavy rain and strong demand cause prices to rebound.
Discussing the recent bad weather and its impact on the markets, with Steve Auth, Federated Investors and Steve Massocca, Wedbush Securities.
A look at the nation's unusually cold, rainy spring and it's affect on U.S. airports, with The Weather Channel's Carl Parker and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
NBC's Janet Shamlian reports the latest details on the Mississippi flood zone.
The flooding in Mississippi is causing a problem in the supply chain for coal. Insight on what it means for shipping stocks, with Urs Dur, Lazard Capital Markets.
The human and economic toll builds as the river swells. NBC's Janet Shamlian has the details.