The New Stuff


Major Tornado Outbreak Slams South Central States, Will Continue Overnight


At least 23 people have died after tornadoes and severe storms tore through the south-central United States.

As of Monday night, there were reports of 15 tornado-related deaths in Arkansas, up to six in Alabama, one in Mississippi and one in Oklahoma. Another death was reported in the Midwestern state of Iowa.

See also:

The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center issued tornado watches Monday night for most of Alabama, northwest Georgia, southeast Louisiana, southern Mississippi and southern-middle Tennessee, effective until 3 a.m. CT (4 a.m. ET). There are threats of multiple tornadoes, including a few that are "intense," as well as "widespread damaging" wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour and scattered large hail.

, , and

Recently Published


Obama roasts Samsung over burning phones

The President just made a joke about Samsung’s ongoing ...


How to get free 'Hearthstone' card packs during the 'Hearthstone' World Championship

The only thing better than Hearthstone card packs is free ...


Microsoft’s Surface business skyrockets as the iPad’s slows

Microsoft saw revenue from its Surface line jump 38% over last ...


A trip to Google’s New York City Pop-Up Shop

It might be reading too much into things to note, right off the bat, ...


Microsoft’s cloud business bets pay off in Q1 as stock hits an all time high

Hi! You are about to activate our Facebook Messenger news bot. Once ...


The coolest transformations of Nintendo's beautiful Switch in GIFs

Nintendo is switching things up with its newly revealed ...


PayPal ramps up mobile payments business

PayPal reported third quarter earnings after the bell on Thursday. ...


5 unanswered Nintendo Switch questions you should be asking

We know so much more now about Nintendo Switch — including its ...


6 reasons to buy a brand new car under $20,000

When your old motorized steed is on its last legs, you’ve got ...