Glaciers retreat in Alaska, two tropical storms harass Hawaii and dust covers the Red Sea.
The Atlantic is likely to see fewer-than-average named storms and hurricanes -- and possibly no major hurricanes this year.
Hurricanes Iselle and Bertha threaten the United States this week.
The landslide swept away dozens of homes before it created a major flood hazard by dumping mud and rocks into a river.
It turns out gender makes a difference when people contemplate a monster storm and whether or not it will eat their town. What's going on?
While forecasters may be predicting a quiet hurricane season this year, there are still ample reasons to keep up our guard.
Hurricanes and typhoons are migrating from the tropics toward the North and South poles, a new study finds.
An increase in temperature, extreme weather, loss of ice and rising sea level are just a few of changes we can measure right now. Let's take a look at some of the most concerning trends.
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