After aggravating the West's destructive wildfires, record heat will engulf much of the country this week.
A stifling heat wave that sent temperatures soaring to near 100 degrees across the U.S. is ending, but not quite yet.
Summer came in with a bang on Wednesday as 90-degree temperatures across the Northeast set records.
NOAA said May 2012 was the second-warmest May on record, behind only to May 2010.
A highlight of the media coverage of our report Ã¢Â€ÂœThe Heat Is On: U.S. Temperature Trends,Ã¢Â€Â by more than 100 organizations.
Guest host Ezra Klein discussed the state-by-state temperature trends highlighted in our report, "The Heat is On".
The U.S. set records for the warmest spring, warmest year-to-date, and warmest 12-month period since 1895.
43 glaciers in Uganda are in dire condition and can be expected to disappear in a decade or two.