Weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated the coast of Mozambique, coastal cities are still struggling to recover. Disease and poverty have created increasingly dangerous circumstances to those who have lost their homes.
As scientists have been predicting since 2014, a powerful El Niño in the Pacific ocean is triggering extreme weather events and changes in weather patterns around the world. Some climate scientists are saying the lessons learned from this El Niño could help the world cope with the weather changes we can expect from climate change.
California is in its fourth year of devastating drought. This year’s "Godzilla" El Niño is dropping a lot of rain on the state, but is it enough to resolve a problem that has been building for years.
Three Canadian men who specialize in African dance moves have turned snow shoveling into more than just a grind.
Tropical Cyclone Chapala struck Yemen on Nov. 3 — leaving flooding and destruction in its wake. Abdullah Nasser Alseele lives in Yemen and lived through the cyclone, just the latest misery for a country torn apart by war.
On Monday, Cyclone Chapala slammed the island of Socotra, known for its unusual vegetation. Now the storm — traveling toward the mainland — is headed for war-torn Yemen.
A look at powerful hurricanes that struck land in the eastern Pacific, western Atlantic and the US Gulf Coast.
Canada's wildfires are sending smoke billowing south, thanks to the jet stream and changes in the location of high pressure systems across the US. All that smoke has led to air quality alerts around the US — from the Pacific Northwest to the Upper Midwest.
A heatwave has increased temperatures well past 100 degrees in Pakistan, recently. Islamic leaders are telling people in Pakistan not to fast for Ramadan if they feel vulnerable to the heat wave.
An extreme heat wave is hovering over parts of India. More than 800 people have died from heat related stress in rural areas of India, while city life mostly goes on.
El Niño is back. That could mean trouble for crops from Africa to Australia, drought relief for Brazil and California — and new record global temperatures as the Pacific Ocean warms up and brings the heat along with it.