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Hong Kong airport cancels all departing flights
View the latest news and breaking news today for U.S., world, weather, entertainment, politics and health at CNN.com.
Just hours before Hong Kong airport canceled all flights for the second day in a row, Chief Executive Carrie Lam warned the ongoing protests were plunging the city into dangerous territory. "Riot activities (have) pushed Hong Kong to the brink of no return,… [+348 chars]

2019-08-13 09:58:09




Why Lightning Strikes in an Arctic Gone Bizarro
Some rather peculiar weather over the weekend struck 300 miles from the North Pole. Here’s why that may be the new normal.
This weekend, something peculiar visited the Arctic, a mere 300 miles from the north pole: lightning. Peculiar because thunderstorms are typically a warm-weather phenomenon, in which the sun heats air, which rises and condenses into water droplets. At the sam… [+3168 chars]
Matt Simon
2019-08-13 12:00:00




This is what climate change looks like
Rising sea levels, floods, erosion, melting glaciers, droughts, water shortages, extreme weather: the effects of climate change are tangible in many parts of the world. Flick trough the gallery to see how.


2019-08-19 18:25:47




Toilet explodes after lightning strike
A Florida woman says she'll be more careful during severe weather after her toilet exploded when lightning struck near her home's septic tank.
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2019-08-06 20:17:15




Heat records in Europe are dropping like flies
Paris. Germany. The Netherlands. Belgium. The second potent heat wave to hit Europe in the span of a month is currently toppling all-time temperature records in a region that keeps many of the oldest weather records in the world A number of national records b…
Paris. Germany. The Netherlands. Belgium.  The second potent heat wave to hit Europe in the span of a month is currently toppling all-time temperature records in a region that keeps many of the oldest weather records in the world. A number of national record… [+5228 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2019-07-25 16:34:20




Amazon Scout autonomuous delivery robots begin deliveries in California
Amazon’s Scout six-wheeled, sidewalk driving delivery robots have begun doing deliveries in Southern California, to customers in the Irvine area. Amazon announced this first California deployment of Scout bots in a blog post, noting that in its experience to …
Amazon’s Scout six-wheeled, sidewalk driving delivery robots have begun doing deliveries in Southern California, to customers in the Irvine area. Amazon announced this first California deployment of Scout bots in a blog post, noting that in its experience to … [+1584 chars]
Darrell Etherington
2019-08-06 14:57:36




Semen Smugglers, Spreadsheets, and Laughing to Death: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week
It’s been a weird one this week at Gizmodo, folks: From hacking buttplugs and realizing our dog photos have personally identifiable information in them to smuggled boar semen and an Arctic weather station hitting nearly 95 degrees Fahrenheit, we’ve been hard …
Its been a weird one this week at Gizmodo, folks: From hacking buttplugs and realizing our dog photos have personally identifiable information in them to smuggled boar semen and an Arctic weather station hitting nearly 95 degrees Fahrenheit, weve been hard at… [+2835 chars]
Tom McKay
2019-08-19 01:25:00




A Weather Station Above the Arctic Circle Hit 94.6 Degrees Fahrenheit
Amid the hottest month in recorded history, some records still stand out as absolutely jaw dropping. That’s definitely true of a measurement made in the Arctic this July. Read more...
Amid the hottest month in recorded history, some records still stand out as absolutely jaw dropping. Thats definitely true of a measurement made in the Arctic this July. According to data released in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrations (NOAA… [+3389 chars]
Brian Kahn on Earther, shared by Rose Pastore to Gizmodo
2019-08-15 16:55:00




Europe's Heat Wave Threatens Record Melting of Greenland Ice Sheet
A heat wave has shot up temperatures in Europe to new highs. Now, it’s set to continue moving north to Greenland. And that’s bad news for the ice sheets, the World Meteorological Organization reports. Read more...
A heat wave has shot up temperatures in Europe to new highs. Now, its set to continue moving north to Greenland. And thats bad news for the ice sheets, the World Meteorological Organization reports. This dangerousheatwhich brought temperatures close to 110 d… [+1568 chars]
Yessenia Funes on Earther, shared by Marina Galperina to Gizmodo
2019-07-26 15:04:00




Watch this terrifying and beautiful time-lapse of a stormy New York City
Your luck can change on the dime in New York City — and rain will likely have something to do with it. The Big Apple has been dealing with the torrential effects of bad storms over the past several months. Up until now we've only seen endless, hellish Twitter…
Your luck can change on the dime in New York City and rain will likely have something to do with it. The Big Apple has been dealing with the torrential effects of bad storms over the past several months. Up until now we've only seen endless, hellish Twitter … [+967 chars]
Jess Joho
2019-08-10 20:00:46




Twin Typhoons Approach East Asia With Terrifying Force
The Northwest Pacific had been calm so far this season, but that peace and quiet has come to an end. Two twin typhoons are now roaring—and Super Typhoon Lekima has already made landfall in the southern Japanese islands. Taiwan and eastern China are next. Read…
The Northwest Pacific had been calm so far this season, but that peace and quiet has come to an end. Two twin typhoons are now roaringand Super Typhoon Lekima has already made landfall in the southern Japanese islands. Taiwan and eastern China are next. Supe… [+1289 chars]
Yessenia Funes on Earther, shared by Andrew Couts to Gizmodo
2019-08-08 17:17:00




Smoky Anchorage has the worst air quality in the U.S.
Anchorage's smoky summer won't relent. As of Tuesday morning, the most populated city in Alaska had the worst air quality in the nation, according to the World Air Quality Index. A number of late-season wildfires have perpetuated Anchorage's hazy summer, whic…
Anchorage's smoky summer won't relent. As of Tuesday morning, the most populated city in Alaska had the worst air quality in the nation, according to the World Air Quality Index.  A number of late-season wildfires have perpetuated Anchorage's hazy summer, wh… [+2225 chars]
Mark Kaufman
2019-08-20 16:22:14




The Death of a Weather Satellite as Seen by SDR
What is this world coming to when a weather satellite that was designed for a two-year mission starts to fail 21 years after launch? I mean, really — where’s the pride these days? All kidding aside, it seems like NOAA-15, a satellite launched in 1998 to monit…
What is this world coming to when a weather satellite that was designed for a two-year mission starts to fail 21 years after launch? I mean, really — where’s the pride these days? All kidding aside, it seems like NOAA-15, a satellite launched in 1998 to moni… [+6526 chars]
Dan Maloney
2019-08-12 17:00:00




Lightning Struck Near the North Pole as the Arctic Continues to Unravel
In the scheme of things, a freak lightning storm near the North Pole probably isn’t the biggest concern about the rapidly warming Arctic. But it’s yet another sign that the Arctic continues to have an abnormal one this summer. Read more...
In the scheme of things, a freak lightning storm near the North Pole probably isnt the biggest concern about the rapidly warming Arctic. But its yet another sign that the Arctic continues to have an abnormal one this summer. Earth is struck by lightning roug… [+2545 chars]
Brian Kahn on Earther, shared by Brian Kahn to Gizmodo
2019-08-12 20:25:00




Severe weather threatens major Northeast cities
Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news.
Severe storms moved through the Plains and Midwest on Tuesday, bringing three tornadoes in Iowa, a 73 mph wind gust at Indianapolis International Airport and flash flooding from heavy rain in Washington, D.C. Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interes… [+1235 chars]
Max Golembo
2019-08-21 10:45:20




Hottest weather of summer possible out West
Get breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews. Find the top news online at ABC news.
Some of hottest weather of the summer is expected this weekend in the western U.S. -- at times reaching near-dangerous levels. There are heat advisories and excessive heat watches out for a large portion of California this weekend. Interested in Weather? Ad… [+2119 chars]
Daniel Manzo
2019-07-27 15:04:02




A Global Water Emergency Is Right Around the Corner—Unless We Stop It
When Chennai, India’s main reservoir disappeared earlier this summer, the world was rightfully shocked. A city of more than 4.6 million people had lost its main sources of drinking water, forcing authorities to rely on water shipped in by train. Read more...
When Chennai, Indias main reservoir disappeared earlier this summer, the world was rightfully shocked. A city of more than 4.6 million people had lost its main sources of drinking water, forcing authorities to rely on water shipped in by train. But Chennais… [+3522 chars]
Brian Kahn on Earther, shared by Andrew Couts to Gizmodo
2019-08-06 12:17:00




Fantastic, World class - Sun.Star
Fantastic, World class Sun.Star Triathlon: Reed, Steffen rule Ironman PH once again ABS-CBN News IN PHOTOS: Regent Aguila Ironman 70.3 Philippines SunStar Philippines Ironman 2019 Road Closure: Moderate to heavy traffic greets Cebu City motorists INQUIRER.net…
DESPITE the scorching heat that reached about 38 degrees Celsius at noon, triathletes were satisfied with their experience in the Regent Aguila Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines. The eighth edition Ironman 70.3 Philippines in Cebu drew about 2,500 partic… [+2902 chars]
Richiel S. Chavez
2019-08-11 11:36:53




California Today: Here’s What’s Next for the L.A. Music Tastemaker Jason Bentley
Thursday: The host of KCRW’s “Morning Becomes Eclectic” is stepping down. Also: Brown drinking water and a Getty wedding.
It wasnt really until going to college that I was able to get involved in college radio. That just opened my world up really wide. I got interested in underground dance music, house music at the time, which was not mainstream at all. So for me, a guy who gre… [+1122 chars]
Jill Cowan
2019-07-25 13:02:35




'I Am Afraid': A First-Ever Poll Shows How Worried Greenlanders Are About Climate Change
Greenland is on the front lines of climate change. This summer of fire and ice loss is indicative of the much larger shifts afoot. Yet while much has been made about the science of rising temperature, precious little research has been done on the impacts on t…
Greenland is on the front lines of climate change. This summer of fire and ice loss is indicative of the much larger shifts afoot. Yet while much has been made about the science of rising temperature, precious little research has been done on the impacts on t… [+3459 chars]
Brian Kahn on Earther, shared by Brian Kahn to Gizmodo
2019-08-13 16:12:00
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