Native landscaping could warm up the days in L.A., but cooling effects at night may be be greater.
Climate change is turning up the heat on animals. This map shows the pathways they'll likely follow to survive.
The natural range of the endangered western swamp tortoise is increasingly untenable because of reduced rainfall.
National Parks' physical boundaries might not change, but their climate boundaries will as the world warms.
Due to rising temperatures, Northern Hemisphere cities could be too hot to host the Olympic Games.
In a welcome break, a new annual heat record is unlikely in 2017 since the effect of El Niño is fading.
July is the 15th record-hot month in a row, according to NOAA, keeping 2016 on its way to the hottest year on record.
Hot weather can trigger high levels of air pollution that can have health consequences for millions of Americans.
July was yet another record hot month for the Earth, all but guaranteeing 2016 will be the hottest year on record.
The Earth is so hot this year that a limit for global warming agreed by world leaders is in danger of being breached.
The U.S. is having its third-warmest year through July, in part thanks to a major heat wave across much of the country.
As Zika spreads northward, scientists are beginning to understand how humans stoked the epidemic.
We look at the general climate of Brazil and some of the potential climate change impacts there ahead of the Rio Olympics.
Numerous climate records were broken in 2015, including hottest year and lowest Arctic sea ice winter peak.
The temperature of 129.2°F recorded in Kuwait is an example of those that are likely to become more common.
This year's wildfire season in California shows signs of influence from climate change.
The risk of mosquito-borne diseases, like Zika, is becoming more prevalent as our mosquito season gets longer.
For the next three months, above-average temperatures are favored across the entire U.S., including Alaska.
Weather-related disasters made worse by climate change could make world peace more elusive.
Decompression computers worn by recreational and commercial divers provides accurate data, study shows.