And that's a highly conservative estimate, say scientists.
The allergy-causing organisms commonly latch on to our luggage, clothes, and (gag) food.
A fog layer was so thick it looked like a snowstorm.
Precarious handholds on this 919-foot chimney include dangling cords and a ladder that's come loose from the wall.
This "super cell" looked more like a nuclear test than bad weather.
Just don't try adding it to pho.
This mid-week soaking probably won't go one-fifth of the way toward ending it, unfortunately.
A skateboard is not a very good getaway vehicle.
Fat Daddy's, Fat Sam's, Fat Tony's, Fat Ricky's, Fat Boys, Fatty Magoo's... what's behind this celebration of big-bonedness?
Each building stone represents one deceased Nepalese migrant worker.
This hydroponic techno-planter requires little care, needs no dirt, and glows like a magic mushroom.
A photographer explores by air a forgotten city where nature has forged on.
The National Weather Service has an experimental new tool that shows the weather hazards along your journey, including predicted snow accumulations.
This World Bank-supported project asks, "What's my place in the world population? How long will I live?"
One man makes a knowingly futile attempt at predicting snow for decades down the line.
Skateboarding is out, stunting on a tricked-out farm tool is in.
Warm temperatures are expected this weekend, and that's not good.
Sorry to say you'll discover that much of it is attributed to humans.
Scientists say the star's magnetic field may be ratcheting up strikes by 50 percent.