Searchers with rescue dogs combed through a large lake resort west of Chicago on Tuesday, looking for people who might be trapped after a tornado toppled trailers and RVs
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A new study suggests that mentioning climate change causes contrarians to withhold charitable giving
Nearly 90 percent of temblors in the central U.S. are now caused by water injected into underground wells
The 7.8 magnitude temblor that hit Nepal in April shifted the world's tallest mountain slightly to the southwest
Tweets can provide real-time flood maps
NASA satellites show that aquifers are rapidly depleting and hold less water than expected
The latest in ProPublica’s “Killing the Colorado” series looks inside the power plant fueling America’s drought
Two fast-spreading Alaska wildfires have forced a series of evacuations, destroyed up to 45 homes and forced authorities to restrict traffic on a major highway connecting Anchorage to Fairbanks...
The heaviest rainfalls happen when it's warmest
A strong El Niño might help ease California's drought
ProPublica's “Killing the Colorado” series examines a 139-year-old water law that pushes ranchers to use as much water as they possibly can, even during a drought
Total precipitation was the highest in more than 120 years of record-keeping
Group of Seven leaders pledged to provide insurance against extreme weather and rising seas for up to 400 million people but remains silent on its plan to raise needed funds...
The act-of-god defense for extreme weather impacts is being challenged in court
Scientists say the current drought will cost big in lost crops
Hurricane season has begun and, despite predictions for a relatively quiet year, forecasters urge caution over complacency
Rain caused flooding on roads in parts of Texas on Saturday, an official said, after severe weather killed at least 24 people during the week and prompted U.S.
Two volcanic islands that were recently born in the Red Sea are providing scientists with new information about a rift in Earth's crust
ProPublica examination shows that the scarcity of water is as much a man-made crisis as a natural one