Dozens of people are dead and missing as heavy flooding in Germany and Belgium turned streams and streets into raging debris-filled torrents that swept away cars and toppled houses. German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed shock at the scope of the flooding and the number of deaths.
The number of wildfires that have burned through the U.S. and continue to burn is the largest since 2011, according to data from the National Interagency Fire Center.
Rescue workers are digging through sludge and debris looking for dozens of people who may be trapped after a torrent of mud, trees and rocks ripped with a roar through a Japanese seaside resort town.
President Joe Biden is raising pay for federal firefighters and announcing other moves to boost U.S. wildfire-firefighting capacity.
After 2020’s record-breaking hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean, it would be nice to catch a weather break in 2021 — but hurricane activity is showing no signs of slowing down.
The volcano, which last erupted in 1979, shot ash plumes as high as 20,000 feet into the sky.
President Joe Biden's national climate adviser says. the deadly winter storm that caused widespread power outages in Texas and other states is a “wake-up call” for the United States to build energy systems and other infrastructure that are more reliable.
The western half of the lava lake in a crater on Kilauea Volcano was about 650 feet deep Friday morning.
Mount Etna, on the Italian island of Sicily, erupted into a beautiful orange glow.
The area is 600 miles north of Myanmar's biggest city, Yangon, and is the center of the world's biggest and most lucrative jade mining industry.
Firefighters have saved the world’s last remaining wild stand of a prehistoric tree from Australia's wildfires.
Australia's government is allocating $50 million to help wildlife affected in the bushfire crisis.
Newlyweds Lauren and Matthew Urey were among the 47 people on White Island when a volcano suddenly erupted on Monday.
Drought, intense heat waves, exceptional precipitation and record-low sea ice were extreme weather events made more likely by human-caused climate change, according to new research published Monday.