Farmland inundated with saltwater gradually eats away the soil in the Mediterranean town of Mutubes, in Kafr el-Sheikh province.
Daniela Vivas Labrador
Could November mark the final occasion when clocks in the majority of American cities "fall back" to regular time?
The Mississippi River has faced historically low water levels all summer, revealing all sorts of hidden relics.
Gasparilla Mobile Estates innFlorida, had some lucky residents whose homes remained almost intact after Hurricane Ian's impact.
Coastal erosion is threatening beachfront homes and a popular railroad route in San Clemente, California
Patrick Ford was walking along the banks of the Mississippi River when he spotted the remains of an old shipwreck.
The father-son never imagined their boating, survival and swimming skills would all be put to the test.
A landslide in Las Tejerias has destroyed hundreds of homes and left a death toll of at least 36 as of Tuesday afternoon.
‘It’s Going To Take Another 20 Years’: Residents All Too Familiar With Disaster Face Lengthy Recovery After Ian
The St. James City community felt they had just recovered from Hurricane Charley when Hurricane Ian hit them last week.