ERCOT CEO Fired After Texas Winter Storm Outages
ERCOT has been heavily criticized for not being prepared for winter conditions.
Bill Magness, the president and CEO of the organization that oversees the power grid in Texas, has been fired.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, has been heavily criticized for not being prepared for winter conditions that left millions without power and heat in freezing temperatures for days.
Earlier this month, five ERCOT board members resigned.
L.A. area hit with its strongest tornado in 4 decades
A tornado touched down just east of downtown Los Angeles, significantly damaging nearly a dozen buildings.
It's the first day of spring 2023! Here is what to expect this season
The NOAA weighs in on the parts of the U.S. it expects to be warmer and which could be wetter than average this spring.
Wacky winter playing out differently across the US
The lack of snow on the East Coast has hurt business, especially for those who rely on money by offering snow removal services.
US, Canada end loophole that let asylum-seekers cross border
Authorities from both sides have been eager to end the process that allowed immigrants to pursue asylum cases without using official crossings.
FAA calls on airlines to help prevent another travel meltdown
The FAA is changing some practices due to recent runway incursion events, and addressing possible effects of staffing shortages.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.