Major Brad Boudreaux tells anchor Lisa Mullins what it's like to fly into the eye of storms like Rafael and Sandy. His missions' goal is ultimately to help determine whether evacuations on the ground are necessary.
Rescue helicopters in southern Germany have been plucking families from rooftops as floodwaters continue to threaten the town of Deggendorf. Thousands of people were moved from the town after levees along the Danube and Isar rivers broke.
The Geo Quiz is making a pilgrimage of sorts. We're looking for a tiny, tidal island, right off the coast of Normandy in France. A government plan to erect wind turbines nearby is now threatening its status as a World Heritage Site.
Poland continues to mourn the loss of its president, Lech Kaczynski, and the many others who died when the presidential plane crashed in western Russia. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with the BBC's Adam Easton in Warsaw.
Almost $459 million in initial relief is coming in to help the estimated 20 million victims of damaging floods in Pakistan. But thousands continue to struggle without food or shelter. The BBC's Chris Morris reports from northwest Pakistan.
Six weeks ago floods began to engulf Pakistan. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool has been tracing the path of the destruction by traveling the length of the country on the Indus river. Lisa Mullins talks with him.
Other European airports have managed to keep planes moving despite the snow. That's prompted the question ? why can't Heathrow? Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Tom Hall, a travel editor with the Lonely Planet.