Christopher Muir, equity analyst at CFRA Research, discusses how the wildfires in California can impact utilities companies. » Read More
The raging wildfires in Northern and Southern California have killed at least 31 people. The fires rank among the deadliest in the state’s history, and hundreds of thousands of residents have fled their homes. More than 200 people remain missing. » Read More
By: Adam Jeffery | CNBC
Two incredibly devastating wildfires are raging across California, already killing at least 31 people, displacing over 250,000 residents and destroying thousands of homes and businesses. » Read More
PG&E and Edison International stocks fall on Monday as wildfires rage in Southern California.
Survivors of the California wildfires have another ordeal to contend with: filing claims with their insurance companies. Here's where to begin.
More than 250,000 people in California are under evacuation orders statewide due to growing wind-whipped fires which have burned over 6,600 homes and led to at least nine fatalities, according to officials.
Shares of PG&E plunged more than 16 percent on Friday as wildfires continued to rage through California.
Natural gas prices are surging after a dramatic change to U.S. weather forecasts indicates that winter-like temperatures will grip much of the country in the coming days.
Studies have shown that bad weather can depress turnout, particularly among groups likely to vote for Democrats. But meteorologist Al Roker said, "I think people on both sides are motivated enough to go out and vote."
Amid increasingly intense hurricanes and other weather events, real estate owners are trying to get ahead of the curve by constructing new homes that can handle extremes.
The company said the losses were a result of numerous weather events like the typhoons in Japan as well as Hurricane Florence.
Engaging in more sustainable solutions and practices for companies are not only a responsibility but a necessity for businesses to continue to operate in the future said a head of a United Nations program.
Agricultural damage from Hurricane Michael's rampage last week across Georgia, Alabama and Florida is forecast to top $1.3 billion, with pecan and cotton farms the hardest hit as well as the region's poultry operations, according to officials.
MSNBC Correspondent Mariana Atencio reports the latest on President Trump's visit to areas of Florida and Georgia that were severely damaged by Hurricane Michael.
President Trump speaks while touring areas that sustained serious damage from Hurricane Michael.
Hurricane Michael hit land early Wednesday afternoon, potentially effecting the algae that produces red tide. However, experts are uncertain if it will make it better or worse.
The category 4 storm wreaked havoc on the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, hitting the state as the third most powerful ever to make landfall on the mainland. At least two people were killed and the storm caused billions of dollars worth of property damage. Florida Governor Rick Scott described the devastation.
The devastating Category 4 storm leveled trees and homes on Wednesday.
Airlines canceled more than 300 flights in the Carolinas and Georgia on Thursday as a downgraded Tropical Storm Michael headed northeast. Charlotte had the most cancellations, according to FlightAware.com, a flight-tracking site.