The U.S. officially rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement Friday, a move that will recommit the U.S. to reducing emissions and helping slow global warming. But we're already living through the impact of climate change, and our infrastructure will keep failing if we don't better prepare it for extremes.
Texas Crisis Is Proof The U.S. Is Badly Unprepared For Climate Change
More extreme cold is coming to places that aren't used to it, and that means Texas' recent freeze probably won't be the last.
Back-to-back storms expected to bring heavy rain and snow to Northwest
Rain and snow are expected in Washington and Oregon, and may spread to Wyoming and Colorado later in the week.
Americans hitting the road for Thanksgiving could see severe weather
Millions of Americans are ready to hit the road for Thanksgiving. But some states could see storms, hail and even tornadoes over the next two days.
More than 51,000 Floridians still without power after heavy storms
A storm system made its way across Southeast Florida Wednesday night, and thousands were still dealing with it Thursday morning.
Palestinians receive confusing, conflicting evacuation orders from IDF
The Israel Defense Forces are moving south and telling civilians to clear out of places it earlier told them were safe.
US is running out of money for Ukraine, White House warns
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will address U.S. senators by video during a classified meeting Tuesday.
2-year-old becomes youngest member of world's highest IQ society
Isla McNabb became Mensa's youngest female member at just 2 years old. Here's why her parents got her tested for the organization.