Fire experts say the escalation of wildfires, fueled by climate change, demands an equally dramatic transformation in the nation’s response.
Fueled by climate change, the heat wave is unprecedented in its timing, intensity and scope
Animal agriculture is the deadliest emitter, researchers say, responsible for 80% of deaths from pollution related to food production.
New “America the Beautiful” report offers few specifics on how to protect 30 percent of U.S. lands and waters by 2030
Research findings from Project Iceworm indicate that the biggest reservoir of ice in the Northern Hemisphere can collapse due to relatively small increases in temperature over a long period of time.
After four months in near-total isolation, the scientists are returning to a world transformed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The interstellar traveler, which makes its closest pass in December, could reveal our own place in the cosmos.
“Climate change is happening faster than it’s ever happened before in our record,” Utquiagvik-based NOAA scientist Bryan Thomas said. “We’re right in the middle of it.”
A couple and their grandson survived deadly tornadoes by sheltering under a mattress as their house disintegrated.
Scientists on Monday released an emergency update to the World Magnetic Model, which cellphone GPS systems and military navigators use to orient themselves.
The unpredictable shift in Earth’s magnetic field has forced researchers to update the model that aids cellphone GPS systems and military navigators.
At least one episode - a devastating marine heat wave off the coast of Australia that cooked ecosystems and damaged fisheries - would have been “virtually impossible” without human influence, scientists said.
The Kepler Space Telescope, NASA’s powerhouse planet hunter, is out of fuel at age 9.
The universe's biggest space telescope is as tall as a three-story building and as wide as a tennis court. Its main mirror is large enough to collect light from the very first, most distant stars and sensitive enough to capture the heat signature of a bumblebee on the moon.
The new archaeological find, announced Thursday, offers tantalizing evidence of a Viking presence 300 miles from the only place in Canada they'd ever been seen before.