“The scientists not only predicted these consequences, they’re telling us they’re going to get a lot worse still, until we stop using the Earth’s atmosphere as an open sewer,” Former Vice President Al Gore told the PBS NewsHour.
By Associated Press
Facebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago.
Pope Francis sent embattled Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl a letter Friday that accepted his resignation while also defending him, saying there was a difference between a cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church and the official's "mistakes."…
By Russ Bynum, Brendan Farrington, Associated Press
Search and rescue teams looked for bodies through a ruined landscape of smashed homes and piles of sand Friday, while more deaths were reported in Virginia, 600 miles from where Hurricane Michael made landfall.
By Associated Press
There will be nothing quick about Florida’s recovery from the hurricane. Here's a closer look at the storm's devastation.
By David Crary, Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
Pope Francis appeared to accept Wuerl's resignation reluctantly and asked him to stay on in a temporary capacity until a new archbishop is found.
By Marley Jay, Associated Press
World stocks are climbing Friday after two days of sharp losses. Major U.S. stock indexes are up more than 1 percent, but they’re still on track for their biggest one-week loss since late March. Technology and internet companies were some…
Along the Florida Panhandle, Hurricane Michael wreaked catastrophic damage. Winds of 155 miles per hour slammed into Mexico Beach and Panama City. Over a million people are without power, emergency responders are challenged by the loss of cell phone service…
Hurricane Michael, considered the most powerful hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle, has left buildings flattened, trees snapped and entire towns unreachable by land. Judy Woodruff speaks with Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., for the latest on the damage he’s seen…
In our news wrap Thursday, a market plunge reverberated across the globe after yesterday’s selloff, and Wall Street suffered another day of declines. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 546 points. Also, the search for Indonesia’s tsunami victims was extended…
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