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'Alarming Signs' As 2019 Officially World’s Second-Warmest Year On Record

Europe witnessed its warmest year ever recorded in 2019, while the rest of the world experienced its second-warmest year on record.

Severe storms, twisters will be possible across the South

Severe storms including tornadoes are possible from eastern Texas across the Deep South later this week, putting millions of people at risk, forecasters said Wednesday.

Crash Of Boeing 737 In Iran Raises Questions

The crash of a Boeing 737-800 operated by Ukraine International Airlines on Wednesday morning near Tehran promises to spur intense speculation as to its cause.

Australia To Pay 'Whatever It Takes' To Fight Wildfires

Australia's government said Monday it was willing to pay “whatever it takes” to help communities recover from deadly wildfires that have ravaged the country.

Detroit Firefighters Pose In Front Of House Engulfed In Flames For 'Selfie On New Years'

A photo of 18 smiling Detroit firefighters posing in front of a burning house has sparked controversy and outrage – and it's now being investigated.

Tourists 'Leave Now': Australian Beach Holiday Ends In Bushfire Hell

Thousands of holidayers in fire ravaged beach communities of south-eastern Australia have been given until tonight to evacuate, or face the inferno.

The 12 Wildest Weather Moments Of The Decade In Colorado

They were voted on by the staff of the three National Weather Service branches in Colorado – Boulder, Pueblo, and Grand Junction.

Child, Parents Killed In Double Homicide-Suicide, Columbus Police Say

The bodies of 42-year-old Gary Morris, 33-year-old Nerissa Distin and their 2-year-old daughter Serina Morris were found Wednesday night after their home exploded.

6 Killed, 13 Injured In Las Vegas Apartment Building Fire

A fire in a three-story apartment building in downtown Las Vegas where residents were apparently using their stoves for heat killed six people.

Texas Man To Be Exonerated After DNA Leads To New Arrest

Authorities said they will begin the process to exonerate a Houston man who was convicted in a 2010 fatal stabbing that investigators now believe was committed by someone else.