(NEW YORK) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the mental health of the nation, according to a new study published in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's weekly journal, MMWR. The CDC said that social isolation, coronavirus-related deaths and stress... Read More.
Luke Bryan's hit single, "Waves," is enjoying a second week at the top of the charts. The song, from his latest Born Here Live Here Die Here album, is one from the record that he didn't write, but he knew right away that he wanted to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) —The probability of record-shattering heat waves is increasing due to climate change, according to scientists who are measuring temperature predictions in a new way. Researchers that looked into rate of warming, rather than how much warming has occurred, found that record-shattering heat waves... Read More.
For the past week or so, there's been an ongoing online debate about the opening lyric of Bruce Springsteen's 1975 classic, "Thunder Road." But now, it appears that Bruce's manager, Jon Landau, has solved the mystery. It started when New York Times writer Maggie Haberman... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Wildfires are continuing to spread in the West as more than 18 million Americans remain under heat alerts on the heels of a record-breaking heat wave. The heat wave brought triple-digit temperatures to cities in Arizona, Utah, California and Montana and played... Read More.
(Los Angeles) — Fires are continuing to spark in the West as a heat wave blankets millions of residents. Heat alerts are currently active across seven states in the West as the heat wave continues into Sunday. Temperatures in the triple digits are expected in... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- It was more than 90 degrees in Moranda Rasmussen's Portland, Oregon, apartment during a historic heat wave late last month when the 27-year-old began to panic. They have cerebral palsy and depression and rely on Supplemental Security Income while they work... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The heat wave that hit the Northwest this past weekend and into this week is one for the record books, and likely has links to climate change, experts say. "This heat wave is simply astounding," said Robert Rohde, Ph.D., lead scientist at... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Unrelenting heat waves are still pounding the Northeast and Pacific Northwest -- but cooler weather is on its way for East Coast residents. Heat is a silent killer. On average, more people die from heat than any other severe weather, including tornadoes,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Unrelenting heat waves are still pounding the Northeast and Pacific Northwest. Heat is a silent killer. On average, more people die from heat than any other severe weather, including tornadoes, hurricanes or flooding, according to the National Weather Service. In Seattle's King County,... Read More.