Journalist Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times talks about his book, Oh, Florida! How America’s Weirdest State Influences the Rest of the Country.
Scientists, skeptics, crabbers and pastors try to find common ground, offering a glimmer of hope for a divided country
With 700 new greenhouses, Alaska is growing its own produce as deep into winter as the sun keeps rising.
As the Northern Hemisphere warms faster than the Southern, Earth's rain belts may shift to the North
The U.S. Forest Service could begin using fire shelters made with NASA heat-shield technology as early as this summer
A behind-the-scenes look at how Colorado State University atmospheric scientists prepare their predictions for this year’s Atlantic hurricane season, which begins June 1
The forecast is currently for 11 to 17 storms to form, of which five to nine are expected to become hurricanes, and two to four major hurricanes
New Jersey's working class are forgotten as federal government funds fixes for wealthier neighbors
About 11 percent of nonrenewable groundwater is used to irrigate internationally-traded crops
The wavelike patterns are caused by the Earth's rotation, and can have strong effects on local weather
Real-time analysis of wireless communications data could improve weather forecasts around the world
Atmospheric rivers can carry the same amount of water vapor as 15 to 20 Mississippi Rivers—and deliver punishing winds, too. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A dismissed lawsuit to strengthen the dam because of climate change effects predicted catastrophic flooding
The state, and North Carolina, had trouble planning for damaging erosion after orders similar to White House moves
A movement to privatize Earth-observing satellites is gaining ground
Agency says “high-definition from the heavens” could dramatically improve weather forecasts
Both NASA and NOAA declare that our planet is experiencing record-breaking warming for the third year in a row
Mild weather days worldwide could decline by up to 13 percent by the end of the century due to global warming
Feedback loops between record Arctic temperatures and the jet stream may be altering our weather
Shifting rainfall patterns and the amount of water in the ground are likely causes for the heightened risk