NEW YORK - Residents, utility crews and railroad workers cleaned up debris Friday after a brief but fierce storm barreled through New York City, tearing up trees, stripping roofs from homes, disrupting train service and killing at least one person.
NEWARK, N.J. - Hurricane Earl played havoc with travelers' Labor Day weekend plans even as it weakened Friday on its path up the East Coast toward New England.
PHILADELPHIA - The East is getting baked by the heat again.
PHILADELPHIA - Heat and humidity draped the Northeast for yet another day Wednesday, pushing electric utilities to crank up power and keeping the mercury hovering around 100 from South Carolina to New Hampshire.
WARSAW, Poland - Flooding in southern Poland has killed at least five people, and officials closed the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial site on Tuesday to protect its Holocaust archives and artifacts.
- Tenn. officials brace for more flooding, deaths
- Air chaos costs London Marathon $230,000
- Volcano could build into major business problem
- Quake scares Chile tourists, most sites fine
- Amtrak resuming limited NY-to-Boston service
- Tourists fly out as Machu Picchu begins isolation
- Peru hopes to get last tourists out Friday
- Hundreds airlifted from Peru site when skies clear
- Weather, stragglers hamper Machu Picchu rescues
- Hundreds of stranded tourists rescued in Peru
- Mudslides strand tourists at famed Peruvian site
- Peru slide kills tourist, guide near Machu Picchu
- Snow strands hundreds overnight on German highway
- Snow slams Britain as European cold snap lingers
- Northeast trains on schedule after power problems