ATLANTA (AP) — Haley Anderson has been through this before. In the lead-up to the Rio Olympics, all the talk about open water swimming focused on the conditions rather than the competition. Now,.. Seattle Times - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — Children are growing up in a warmer world that will hit them with more and different health problems than their parents experienced, an international report by doctors said.
With.. SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
· As global temperatures and sea levels rise, some of the world's major cities could experience unbearable living conditions.
· Cities like Chicago and New Delhi have already endured fatal heat.. Business Insider - Published
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A dangerous heat wave is easing a little across the Southeast. Forecasters say stifling heat and humidity that made it feel like it was 120 degrees (49 Celsius) in places is.. Seattle Times - Published
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Forecasters are warning of dangerously hot weather across a wide stretch of the U.S. South and Midwest. The National Weather Service says parts of 13 states on Monday will be.. Seattle Times - Published
It’s been a tumultuous few weeks for New Yorkers, between a mass shooting at a Brownsville block party, a major power outage in Manhattan, and a dangerous heat wave. But Mayor Bill de Blasio put all.. Gothamist - Published
LONDON — Never in recorded history has Paris been hotter than it was Thursday, when the temperature neared 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The same was true of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, as a.. Seattle Times - Published
A dangerous heat wave that has seared more than 200 million Americans from the Central U.S. to the East Coast over the weekend is about to come to an end, after being linked to several deaths,.. FOXNews.com - Published
NEW YORK (AP) — A heat wave will continue to keep much of the Eastern United States in its grip Sunday, while a cold front that could lower temperatures in the middle of the country may be.. SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
A dangerous heat wave is impacting millions of Americans. The heat has been blamed on at least two deaths. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking how long it's expected to last. CBS News - Published
As a potentially dangerous heat wave bears down on New York, city officials have made the call to cancel OZY Fest, a ticketed celebration of "bold ideas" and soft piano ballads set to take over Central.. Gothamist - Published
President Trump escalates his attacks on four Democratic congresswomen, as supporters chant a new slogan based on his racist tweet. Also, millions are facing dangerous heat waves. All that and all that.. CBS News - Published
Dangerous heat is threatening nearly 10 million Americans out west. The threat comes as a massive wildfire burns in Arizona and as California's largest power company cuts power to customers to prevent.. CBS News - Published