A front of cool air moved over the East Coast Friday, bringing an end to a record-breaking heat wave that started last week in California and is blamed for nearly 200 deaths. Climatologists discuss the debate over the Earth's changing…
One hundred degrees temperatures in California this week have had a deadly impact with at least 116 deaths attributed to the heat. Authorities discuss how they are helping those suffering.
According to the French health ministry, France's heat wave has reached epidemic proportions, responsible for some 3,000 deaths over the last three weeks.
Ray Suarez speaks with Eric Klinenberg about his new book on the 1995 Chicago heat wave.
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