Texas' governor is telling reporters natural gas is starting to freeze in pipelines delivering crucial fuel to power plants. That could worsen a crisis that's already life-or-death for millions without power.
Millions Desperate As Cold Exposes Power Grid Vulnerabilities
As a brutal winter storm blankets the country's midsection, vulnerable power infrastructure leaves millions in the cold and dark.
Hurricane season remains a threat to the US in October and November
October is here, and there are still two more months of hurricane season ahead. While the tropics seem calm, it's essential not to lower your guard.
State of emergency issued in New York as heavy rain inundates the city
Gov. Kathy Hochul urged people to avoid traveling on flooded roads and said rain is expected to continue for the next 20 hours.
Hurricane Ian 1 year later: Fort Myers tries to come back to life
Thousands of structures in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, await reconstruction after the floodwaters wiped them out.
Inside the largest toy fair in the western hemisphere
Toy Fair, in New York City, brings together not just toymakers but also investors, licensors and everyone who keeps the toy industry running.
Airlines estimate weight-loss drugs could save them millions
United Airlines said it estimates drugs like Ozempic could save the airline at least $80 million a year.
When to change away from Daylight Saving Time this year
You have about a month left before you need to worry about changing your clocks: In the U.S., Daylight Saving Time will end on Nov. 5.