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The city's biggest reservoir is only filled to 12 percent of its capacity.
Fewer people are dying in terrorist attacks. But the Islamic State continues to be the world's deadliest group.
Just days after intense rains triggered deadly mudslides in Montecito, satellite images reveal the destruction.
While the east coast freezes, the west is warmer than normal.
President Trump drastically reduced the size of two national monuments in Utah, potentially opening about 2 million acres of public land to mineral extraction and other activities in a state in which about 65 percent of all land is federally owned.
This thin ribbon of land separates North and South Korea, why should we care?
Hundreds of thousands of acres have burned and thousands of homes and other structures have been destroyed.
Wildfires ravaged California’s wine country Monday, burning tens of thousands of acres, destroying multiple buildings and leaving many without power.
As winds fade, flooding becomes a danger