Extreme Weather News
Heavy Rains in the South Cause Floods, Strand Motorists
ABC News' Rob Marciano tracks the storms causing grief across the country.
Expect the Unexpected, Say College Disaster Prep Officials
For college administrators, extreme weather is yet another hazard to prepare and practice for on a list that includes infectious disease outbreaks, active shooters and technological outages
Study: Biggest Tornado Outbreaks Are Spawning More Twisters
A new study finds that the biggest tornado outbreaks _ like the one that hit the Southeast on Tuesday _ are spawning more individual tornados than they did half a century ago
Extreme Weather Across the Country
There's a tornado watch in three states and two separate storm watches along the East Coast.
The Note: More Trouble with Trump’s Tweets
NOTABLES --TRUMP MAKES BASELESS CLAIM THAT 'MILLIONS' VOTED ILLEGALLY, COSTING HIM POPULAR VOTE: President-elect Donald Trump spent yesterday lashing out against the movement to force general election vote recounts in three states that were critical to his Electoral College victory, but he is now
Bernie Sanders Says Recount Effort is 'Not a Big Deal'
Former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders said the recount effort in three battleground states, spearheaded by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, is "not a big deal." "It's a legal right. It's not a big deal. I don't think anybody, Secretary Clinton or anybody else, thinks that
Sen. Bernie Sanders Says the Recount is 'Not a Big Deal'
The Vermont senator and former Democratic presidential candidate is interviewed on "This Week."
Extreme Weather May Affect Thanksgiving Holiday Travelers Returning Home
Heavy rain and snow threaten to delay the return trip home for millions of Americans.
Internet Prank Hacks Smartphones Across America
An 18-year-old man was arrested in Washington State for hacking smartphones flooding 911 with bogus calls, knocking emergency call centers off-line.