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Newborn Baby Killed, Dozens Injured In North Dakota Tornado
The twister, which reportedly had wind speeds that reached 127 miles per hour, made landfall in a Watford City RV park early Tuesday.
Fire Chief Finds TV News Crew Dead Minutes After Interview
A large tree fell on the SUV of WYFF anchor Mike McCormick and photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer.
Storm Alberto Weakens As It Makes Landfall On Florida Panhandle
By Ian Simpson and Daniel Trotta, Reuters
Alberto, the first named Atlantic storm of 2018, spun up days before the formal June 1 start of the hurricane season.
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Snow Storm Prompts Authorities To Close Schools, Ground Thousands Of Flights On East Coast
It's the fourth major storm to strike the region in the past three weeks.
Third Nor'easter In 10 Days Threatens Storm-Weary Northeast
The storm could bring more than a foot of snow and possible blizzard conditions Monday night and Tuesday.
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Winter Storm Dumps Heavy, Wet Snow On Northeast, Leaving Thousands Without Power
By Jonathan Allen, Reuters
Up to 2 feet of snow accumulation was expected in some inland parts of New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and 18 inches was possible in Maine.
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Millions Brace For Winter Storm Threatening To Flood Coasts From Maine To North Carolina
By By Scott Malone, Reuters
A combination of heavy rains, monthly extreme high tides and a wind-driven storm surge could combine to cause several feet of water to flow onto streets.
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Rome Gets Rare Snowfall, And It's An Ancient Winter Wonderland
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‘Climate’ Is Not Mentioned Once In Trump’s Infrastructure Plan
Last year, climate-linked disasters caused a record $306 billion in damage.
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We Have Seen The Future Of Water, And It Is Cape Town
Peter H. Gleick
, Guest Writer
Water crises are getting worse all over the world.
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Cape Town Slashes Daily Water Allowance But Pushes Back 'Day Zero'
Officials said the South African city now has until April 16 when its water taps will run dry.
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Cape Town Braces For Water Emergency That Could Affect Nearly 4 Million People
The South African city plans to shut off its water on April 12, unless dam water levels go up.
This Major City May Run Out Of Water By April
After over three years of droughts, Cape Town's water crisis is looming closer to “Day Zero.”
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Why The California Mudslides Have Been So Deadly
Unheeded evacuation warnings, late emergency alerts and an area primed for flooding after wildfires all were factors.
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Australia Swelters Through Third Warmest Year On Record
Seven of the country's 10 warmest years have occurred since 2005.
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It's So Hot In Australia, Hundreds Of Bats Just Dropped Dead
“With our ever rising hot summers... this episode will surely not be the last."
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At Least 15 Dead As Mud Slams Into Homes And Clogs Roads In Fire-Scorched California
At least three homes were wiped out by mudslides.
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Wildfire-Scarred California Communities Must Now Brace For Floods
The state can't catch a break.
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Heavy Snow And High Winds Pound The East Coast
By Gina Cherelus and Scott Malone, Reuters
The storm knocked out power, iced over roadways and closed hundreds of schools.
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Making Climate An All-American Issue
William S. Becker
Energy & Climate Policy Expert
Congress must move collectively in guaranteeing longterm protection of our environment.
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Deep-Freeze Forecast Threatens South With Beach Snow
Icy weather grips much of the U.S., including parts of Florida unaccustomed to wintery conditions.
Philippine Ferry Carrying 251 Capsizes In Storm
Four people were killed and seven were missing, officials said.
Climate Change Made Hurricane Harvey Worse, Scientists Say
Rain associated with the lethal storm was at least 15 percent stronger, thanks to our warming world.
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Here's Why It's So Difficult To Control California's Wildfires
"A lot of people want to live in the country … without understanding the risk."
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