A filmmaker bikes around New York during Hurricane Sandy and captures some eerie, apocalyptic scenes.
Leading scientists say the idea of blaming global warming on El Nino doesn't look so hot.
Scientists have good reasons to contemplate climate in global terms, but this planetary way of looking at seemingly minor changes in worldwide average temperatures leads the rest of us down a slippery slope. People live in one place or another -- it's regional climate that matters. Perfectly a...
Out of a year of chaotic weather extremes, climate scientists are beginning to see a pattern.
Last month, like many before it, had heat that was above average, and temperatures during the second half of June broke or tied records in 173 locations.
Civilizations in the Arabian Peninsula and southern Iran found refuge during periodic dry spells along an ancient Gulf coastline.
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