It’s a dark and stormy night, 28,000 feet over the Midwest. Just after 10:30 PM, I’m standing aft of the cockpit of a NASA DC-8, while lightning flashes outside the cabin windows.
Only a day after one of the country's largest transportation hubs was brought to a screeching halt by a fire an at air traffic control center, parts of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport suffered significant damage due to storms on Saturday afternoon.
A massive, mile-wide tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma Monday afternoon, killing at least 51 people, including 20 children. A reporter from local news station KFOR supposedly called it "the biggest, most destructive tornado in the history of the world," and estimated it was two to three times the magnitude of…
Tornadoes ripped through northwest Georgia this morning, overturning cars and trucks on Interstate 75 and demolishing homes and businesses, according to news reports.
The Bentley Arnage is the last of the truly old school Bentleys. But that also means it's old school British, with a penchant for faulty electronics and leaks whenever it rains.
Below is a video of WTTG's Tucker Barnes casually giving a live report on Hurricane Irene today from Ocean City, Maryland while drenched in what he described as "organic matter" that "doesn't taste great." I wonder why it didn't taste great?
Did you hear? Hurricane Irene is going to slam into New York City like Lindsay Lohan slamming into the sidewalk in front of a nightclub. It's going to be horrible! But we're sure you can make it through if you prepare adequately. Here's how.
By now you've heard of the tornado that hit Joplin, Mo., last night, killing at least 89 people in what's been called the most deadly U.S. tornado in 58 years. This morning, the rest of the world is reliving it through video made by its victims.
It's easy to think that a modern automobile with the latest in safety engineering would offer some protection in case of a tornado — but as this photo from last night's storms in Mississippi shows, nature's dangers are far greater.
A tornado struck northeast Texas last night, with 125-mph winds flipping cars and even derailing a freight train. Eric Meyers caught the twister on video as he was driving through it. Watch, and you'll know exactly where he is.