Time Magazine senior writer Bryan Walsh talks about the impact the sequester cuts may have had on the National Weather Service and touches on technological advances that could improve the warning system in advance of tornadoes.
Damage survey puts twister in strongest class, with winds over 200 mph; search for survivors comes to an end, fire chief says
Time magazine senior environment and energy writer Bryan Walsh explains the geological limitations Oklahoma residents have to face as they try to build tornado bunkers and talks about what the local government should learn about providing shelter from deadly tornadoes.
Teachers credited with saving lives after shielding students with their bodies, directing children to hide under desks
National Weather Service upgrades Okla tornado to its top-of-the-scale rating of EF-5, with winds estimated between 200-210 mph
NFL owners voted for the 49ers' new stadium in Santa Clara to host football's biggest game in 2016; 2017 game will be in Houston
Organization has allowed married couples to serve together since it was founded in 1961
Jodi Arias gives her statement on why she contemplated suicide and how she plans to help others if she spends her life in prison.
Jodi Arias talks about the impact of her actions on the Alexander family and her family.
Appeals court in San Francisco says law, which would prohibit women from ending pregnancies after 20 weeks, violates Roe v. Wade