By Laura McMullen for U.S. News Nose dripping. Eyes watering. Cold air freezing your throat, filling your lungs and drifting from your mouth in the form of an exhausted little cloud. Exercise outside in the wintertime, and you’ll enjoy these sensations. Consider them points of pride for braving the cold as most others pack into stuffy gyms. Suspicious of anyone who'd voluntarily go outside — let alone exercise! — in 30-degree weather? You'll probably warm up to the idea if you go about cold-weather exercise the right way and let your body adjust to the low temperatures. Follow these tips
The nasty weather Sunday and overnight has left streets slick and potentially perilous. To protect the children's and community's safety, Hopatcong Borough Schools announced that due to inclement weather Monday, all area public schools will open
China is poorly prepared to tackle the impact of climate change that presents a serious threat to the country, thanks to a lack of planning and public awareness, the government said on Monday. The world's most populous country already faces challenges from weather extremes, with 2,000 people dying on average each year since the 1990s in natural disasters that are set to get worse, China's powerful economic planning agency said. "Our country is a developing nation with a large population, complex climate conditions and a weak environment (situation)," the National Development and Reform Commission said in a report. "Climate change is already a serious threat to food, water, ecological and energy security, and to people's lives and property," it added.
All Baltimore County Public Schools will open two hours late on Monday because of the winter weather, according to the school system's website. Morning kindergarten has been cancelled. Superintendent S. Dal
Although earlier forecasts called for only a sprinkling of snow for Eastern Pennsylvania on Sunday, the region will be hit with significantly more. Two to three inches of snow are expected to fall throughout the day, with a mix of
Cold weather has forced thousands of flights to be cancelled across the country, leaving many travelers frustrated for yet another day. The tracking website Flightaware.com estimates 2,197 flights were …
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By Patrick Rucker and Nia Williams WASHINGTON/CALGARY (Reuters) – Canada is running out of time to offer U.S. President Barack Obama a climate change concession that might clinch the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, as the country's energy industry continues to resist costly curbs on greenhouse gas emissions. Concessions from Canada would make the pipeline more palatable in Washington, experts say, since Obama has made fighting climate change a second-term priority and has said that Canada could do more to reduce carbon emissions. By linking Alberta's fields to refiners in the Gulf Coast, the 1,200-mile (1,900-kilometer) Keystone XL pipeline would be a boon to an energy patch where oil sands are abundant but lead to more carbon pollution than many other forms of crude.