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Terror Spree: Who Are the Extremists That Killed Foley?
Foley, a 40-year-old American journalist held in Syria since 2012, was beheaded by militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS.
Shock Video: Close-Call Lightning Strike Caught on Tape
A woman in Hayden, Idaho, recorded a lightning bolt that struck very close by during storms that rolled through the area Tuesday.
Lightning Strike Injures Six on Athletic Field
Lightning strikes near a New Mexico middle school football team, critically injuring one player. KTSM's Daniel Marin reports.
Parts of Phoenix are Underwater
KPNX-TV's helicopter flies over a Phoenix-area neighborhood and captures a road underwater, as run-off pours into a basin nearby.
Junction Fire Destroys Calif. Homes
At least nine homes and businesses have been damaged or destroyed by California's "Junction" fire. KSEE's Kathryn Herr reports.
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Landslides Kill 36 After Officials 'Misjudge' Threat
Rain-sodden slopes collapsed in torrents of mud, rock and debris in the outskirts of Hiroshima, killing at least 36 people and leaving seven missing.
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Apparent Tornado Slams Northern Italy
Landslides Devastate Parts of Hiroshima
At least 10 people are believed to have perished as devastating landslides hit the city of Hiroshima, Japan.
Monsoon Flooding Wreaks Havoc in Arizona
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Crews Make Progress in Wildfire Near Yosemite
The fire, which at one point covered 1,200 acres, was knocked down to just a little over 600 acres by Tuesday, officials said.
Phoenix Flash Floods Strand Residents and Knock Out Power
Heavy rain blew through Phoenix, Arizona, Tuesday morning, leading to flash floods and prompting multiple rescues of motorists trapped by high water.
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Dramatic Flood Rescues in Phoenix, Arizona
Storms dropped more rain in just a few hours than the state gets all year, knocking out power, stranding motorists and leading to dramatic rescues.
Crews Rescue Women From Flood Waters
Choppers are called in to rescue women from a home amid flood waters in Arizona.
Heavy Rains Flood Roads in Arizona
KPNX's news chopper captures dramatic aerial shots of flash floods in the Phoenix area.
What Happened to the Dog Days of Summer?
The legendary summer heat of the Northeast has been tamer than the Pacific Northwest, as surprisingly cooler temperatures have been seen around the country this year. NBC’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
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Fasten Your Seatbelts! Jet Takes Off Near Funnel Cloud
A photographer captured a dramatic scene in England Thursday as a passenger jet took off with a funnel cloud looming in the background.
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Heavier Rainfall? It's Not Just Your Imagination
It doesn’t take much warming to have a significant impact on rain storms. For every one degree of temperature rise, the atmosphere can hold 7 percent more evaporated moisture, say scientists. Produced by weather.com.
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A Bubbly Boy, a Brazen Bull: The Week in Pictures
Villagers make mountain pilgrimage, Panda triplets born, protesters seek answers, daredevils make a quick getaway and more.
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What's Melting the Glaciers? You Are, Study Says
For the first time, data show that recent observed glacial melt can be attributed to human activity, according to a new study published in Science.
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Downpour! Heavy Rain Smashes Records Across America
Flash flood watches were in effect for New England as the storms rolled east.
Heavy Rain, Flooding Soaks East Coast
Torrential rain brought flooding to parts of the Northeast, leaving drivers stranded on flooded highways
Copper Thieves May Have Worsened Michigan Flooding
Michigan Department of Transportation says copper thieves targeting pumping stations may have made flooding on Detroit-area highways worse. WDIV's Hank Winchester reports.
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