A scorcher of a heat wave broke temperature records across the West and helped fuel new wildfires.
Arctic melt season has begun in earnest with sea ice at its lowest June volume on record.
Billions of people call cities home, and they're going to get a lot hotter because of climate change.
Weather-related disruptions at so-called "chokepoints" could limit global food supplies and push up prices.
A major heat wave that helped fuel deadly wildfires in Portugal was more likely because of global warming.
Large wildfires are becoming increasing common and severe in boreal forests around the world.
Planes have been grounded in Phoenix as life-threatening heat descends across the Southwest.
The Texas metropolis has more casualties and property loss from floods than any other locality in the U.S.
The Sierra Nevada continues to sport a deep snowpack after an epic winter.
The number of large wildfires burning up swaths of the Great Plains rose 350 percent during 30 years.
A new study finds a sharp increase in the risk of frequent flooding events in coastal areas in the U.S.
Even the modest rise in global temperatures to date have made India's already sweltering heat waves deadlier.
Beachgoers are flip-flopping along a rebuilt boardwalk that reflects a coastal reimagination underway.
Sea level rise and more severe storms are overwhelming U.S. coastal communities.
Above-average hurricane activity is expected in Atlantic this hurricane season, despite a potential El Niño.
Extreme weather is estimated to cut production of major crops by 23 percent over the next 30 years.
An El Niño could form again this summer, just a year after the demise of one of the strongest on record.
New Jersey's working class are forgotten as federal government funds fixes for wealthier neighbors.
After years of widespread, intense drought, the U.S. is experiencing its smallest drought footprint since 2000.
Levees pose an often overlooked residual flood threat, and that may only increase with warming.