Extreme Weather

It’s only going to get worse with the increased demands of extreme weather triggered by climate change, he warned.
Electricity price-gouging in storm-struck Texas is just a glimpse of the nation’s looming utility debt crisis.
The Comstock Resources shareholder is joining in the payoff as natural gas prices hit "super-premium prices."
Power is slowly being restored to the Lone Star state, but millions of Texans are still days away from having safe drinking water.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tried to escape to Cancún, Mexico, as millions of Texans suffered without heat or water.
Gates, who has warned that climate change will prompt more extreme weather, stressed that natural gas failures caused much of the state's power crisis.
This week’s storms, which have killed at least two dozen people, fit a pattern of worsening extremes under climate change.
A record-breaking winter storm has killed more than a dozen people across the country. In Texas, millions are without power as electrical grids fail due to snow and cold. In North Carolina, a deadly tornado ripped a county to pieces.
Wind-chill warnings extended from Canada into Mexico.
The twister destroyed homes and downed powerlines that left thousands without electricity.