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Ellen DeGeneres Struggles to Hold Back Tears as She FaceTimes Oprah Following Deadly Mudslides

Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey joined together to discuss the Montecito mudslides that have brought deadly destruction to their neighborhood in …

Santa Barbara County

Images and video pour in as 'bomb cyclone' buries U.S. northeast

<b>UPDATE</b> <i>(1:40 p.m. ET): Updated to include reports and images of coastal flooding in Massachusetts</i><p>Well, we were warned.<p>A giant swath of the east coast …

Mini drives through crashing waves from Storm Eleanor and do not try this at home

The phrase "don't try this at home" has never been more relevant than when applied to the video below.<p>On Tuesday, Ireland was hit by Storm Eleanor. …

Bomb Cyclone, Deep Freeze Cripple East Coast: Pictures

Niagara Falls

Reporting From 92 Degrees Below Zero

When writing about bad weather in New England, my colleague Jess Bidgood and I — who both work in The Times’s Boston bureau — routinely check in with the meteorologists at the observatory atop Mount Washington, the highest point in the Northeast, known chiefly for bad weather in extremis<i>.</i><p>But even …

Earthquake Rattles Yellowstone National Park, No Damage Reported

A 4.8 magnitude earthquake rocked Yellowstone National Park in Montana early Sunday, but there were no immediate reports of damage.<p>Peter Cervelli, a spokesman for the U.S. Geological Survey’s Yellowstone Volcano Observatory said the quake, which hit at 6:34 a.m. local time, was centered almost in …

The biggest tsunami recorded was 1,720 feet tall and chances are good it will happen again

Fifty years ago this week, the Great Alaska Earthquake ravaged the Pacific Northwest, killing more than 100 people. Nine-tenths of those weren’t caused by the earthquake, though, but by a series of tsunamis that pummeled the coast, one of which towered 219 feet (66 meters) high.<p>They come taller …

Geology