• A man tries to dig out his car in Falls Church, Virginia, as a blizzard hits the east coast January 23, 2016.  REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque - RTX23Q50
    January 25, 2016  

    The East Coast is still trying to recover from a major blizzard that dumped more than 2 feet of snow on Washington over the weekend. At least 37 people died in a storm that disrupted schools, businesses and the government. Judy Woodruff talks to New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and Christopher Geldart, emergency manager for the District of Columbia, about response and cleanup efforts in their cities. Continue reading

    January 25, 2016  

    In our news wrap Monday, decades-low temperatures have swept across parts of Asia, causing more than 65 deaths and producing the first snow seen by the Chinese city of Guangzhou since 1967. Also, suicide bombers left more than 50 dead in Syria and Cameroon. Continue reading

  • Snowplow trucks work on the roads as the snow begins to fall in Washington January 22, 2016. The leading edge of a monster snowstorm arrived on Friday afternoon in Washington, D.C., threatening to dump as many as 30 inches (76 cm) of powder on parts of the Middle Atlantic region and bring record accumulations to the U.S. capital. After days of planning by emergency officials and a scramble by residents to stock up on supplies, the blizzard got underway in the nation's capital at about 1 p.m.  REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst  - RTX23LSX
    January 22, 2016  

    In our news wrap Friday, millions across the eastern U.S. prepared for one of the worst snowstorms in the history of the Mid-Atlantic, which threatens to inflict more than $1 billion worth of damage nationwide. Also, bad weather off the Greek Islands caused the drowning of at least 46 people, who were trying to cross from Turkey in two wooden boats. Continue reading

  • Workers plow snow from the sidewalk in front of the White House in Washington January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst - RTX23E70
    January 21, 2016  

    In our news wrap Thursday, a blizzard is forecasted to hit the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, with up to 2 feet of snow in the Washington, D.C., area. Before the big storm hit, the nation’s capital was crippled overnight by a dusting of snow that turned to ice. Also, Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged that Iran may use money from sanctions relief to support terror. Continue reading

  • The Mississippi River is pictured flooding parts of downtown St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015.  Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes.  REUTERS/Kate Munsch - RTX20O4W
    December 31, 2015  

    In our news wrap Thursday, towns in whole sections of Missouri and Illinois are under water, with at least 20 dead and untold millions of dollars in damage. Also, New Year’s celebrations drew tight security in New York and other cities, amid fears of terror attacks. Continue reading

  • U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Jason Carron assesses the Mississippi River flood waters in St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015.  Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes.  REUTERS/Kate Munsch - RTX20O4V
    December 31, 2015  

    In Missouri, site of devastating flooding along the Mississippi River and its tributaries, communities are starting to get some relief from the rising waters, but the disaster is far from over. Gwen Ifill gets an update from Cindy Erickson of the American Red Cross of Eastern Missouri and Scott Barthelmass of the Eureka Fire Protection District. Continue reading

  • Submerged roads and houses are seen after several days of heavy rain led to flooding, in an aerial view over Union, Missouri, on Dec. 29, 2015. The high waters have been blamed for more than 20 deaths in Missouri and Illinois. Photo by Kate Munsch/Reuters
    December 30, 2015   BY  

    Widespread flooding in the South and Midwest has killed at least 20 people, while the winter storm continues to swell waterways along the Mississippi River to heights nearing the records of the disastrous flood of 1993. Continue reading

  • A dead fish lies on the dry shores of the almost empty La Plata reservoir in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico, June 20, 2015. A drought due to subnormal rainfall in several areas has forced the local government to interrupt water supply on several days of the week in most of the metropolitan area of San Juan, affecting over 400,000 homes and businesses, according to local media. Picture taken June 20, 2015. REUTERS/Alvin Baez-Hernandez  - RTX1HI5L
    December 29, 2015  

    The tropical island of Puerto Rico has been scrambling for a precious resource: clean, fresh water. Puerto Ricans have faced the worst drought in more than 20 years and the most stringent water rationing ever imposed. Special correspondent Chris Bury reports. Continue reading

  • Damaged cars sit amidst the debris at the tornado-damaged Landmark at the Lake Village West apartment complex in Garland, Texas, December 28, 2015. In Texas, at least 11 people were killed in the Dallas area over the weekend by tornadoes, including one packing winds of up to 200 miles per hour (322 km per hour). The twister hit the city of Garland, killing eight people and blowing vehicles off highways.  REUTERS/Todd Yates - RTX20BX8
    December 28, 2015  

    Violent weather has battered the South and Midwest in recent days, bringing the death toll from up to 45. On Saturday, at least nine tornadoes swept through the Dallas area, blasting neighborhoods with winds of about 200 miles an hour. In other states, snow and ice caused power outages and heavy rain triggered deadly flooding. Jeffrey Brown talks to Bob Henson of Weather Underground. Continue reading

  • The remains of the Beverly Chapel CME Church on old Highway 4 are seen after a tornado struck Holly Springs, Mississippi, in this National Weather Service picture taken December 24, 2015.  Southern U.S. states began digging out on Thursday after severe storms including some 20 tornados killed at least 10 people and Mississippi delared a state of emergency.  REUTERS/National Weather Service Memphis/Handout via Reuters THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - RTX2009L
    December 24, 2015  

    In our news wrap Thursday, tornadoes touched down across five states on Wednesday evening. In Mississippi, which saw the worst of the extreme weather, a state of emergency was declared across seven counties. Also, a record number of people are expected to travel at some point between Christmas and New Year’s. Continue reading

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