"We're on our seventh named storm and that is certainly above average," National Hurricane Center senior forecaster Jack Beven said.
A man stabbed several people in Finland's western city of Turku before police shot him in a leg and detained him Friday, police said, adding that authorities were looking for more potential suspects.
For millions of Americans, Monday, August 21, 2017, will present a rare opportunity to see a spectacular total eclipse of the sun.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for August 18, 2017: Dual vehicle terrorist attacks that killed at least 14 and a house explosion are likely linked in Spain - and other news.
A white van mounted a curb and plowed into pedestrians along Barcelona’s iconic Las Ramblas promenade Thursday.
Sierra Leone issues an urgent plea for help as the nation fears hundreds are dead following heavy flooding and mudslides - and other news.
Fort Lauderdale airport shootings: A newly released review of the mass shooting found that coordination between airport and law enforcement officials "was limited and it was not clear who was in charge of the response."
Many people believe that FEMA will arrive at their front door with food and other necessary items during or after emergencies; that is not the case.
Energy drinks: Hospital visits and deaths continue to rise as more and more people become reliant on energy drinks to make it through a busy day.
A second Arizona county in two weeks has confirmed the finding of fleas that have tested positive for bubonic plague.