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The sweltering heat is expected to last unusually long, NBC News reports.
While there is speculation the current El Niño could shatter records, weather watchers may not want to get ahead of themselves.
Competition for water is forcing companies and governments to treat water as a more precious resource than they have in the past.
A worsening drought and unseasonably hot weather is causing pain for Washington's agricultural sector and could result in hops shortages.
Beijia Ma, thematic investment strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, explains what investors can do to make money from California's water crisis.
Where are people heading for their summer vacations? Data from Priceline show California is the most popular domestic destination.
Indian policymakers needn't worry about deficient rains bringing back ghosts of inflation past, economists argue.
Temperatures are set to reach dangerous highs throughout the south and east coast as a heat wave rolls through, NBC News reports.
Chris Gadd, desk strategist at Macquarie, explains how El Nino can impact soft commodities.
In Hawaii, a phenomenon known as bleaching is putting its coral reefs in danger.
Wildfire seasons all over the planet are lasting longer than they have in the past and burning wider swaths of land, and it is costing a lot.
The signs of California's drought are obvious, but what might not be is just how historic the current drought truly is.
Almost 50 million Americans were facing the threat of severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes Monday, forecasters said.
Helen Chivers, meteorologist at the U.K.'s Met Office, explains when the European heatwave might end.
Authorities in Alaska are reporting a high number of ongoing wildfires that are posing a new threat to homes.
A suffocating heat wave has killed nearly 700 in the past week, exposing a power crisis and threatening to usher in a new period of unrest.
Powerful storms that plowed through eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey downed trees and power lines, leaving nearly 400,000 without electricity.
A storm is moving towards the Northeast, with destructive wind gusts stretching a threat from New England to Ohio, NBC News reports.
From computer fans to turbines, fan blades are commonplace, but they can be noisy. Now, researchers say help may be on hand... from a feathered friend.
Around 43 million Americans were at risk of severe thunderstorms that will sweep across the Plains before smashing their way into the Midwest.