2018 is the second warmest year for the Arctic in a century, plus other takeaways from this year's Arctic Report Card.
Scientists worry that the extreme weather events seen in 2017 will only get worse as the planet heats up.
By Jennifer Hijazi
Three massive hurricanes, severe storms and wildfires across the U.S. caused more than $306 billion in damage last year, making 2017 the most expensive year for climate disasters on record.
By Dayana Morales Gomez
Last year was the hottest on record, according to a new report from the American Meteorological Society. The group's annual State of the Climate report, led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, found global temperatures and the amount of…
By Nsikan Akpan, Laura Santhanam
The White House’s full budget request for 2018 seeks sharp cuts to cancer research, climate science and children’s health insurance.
By Jessica Yarvin
In 2016, Earth experienced its warmest in recorded history, and the planet reached record high temperatures for the third consecutive year.
By Mark Fischetti, Scientific American
An independent study confirms NOAA didn't "cook the books" to dismiss claims of a global warming hiatus.
By Dominique Bonessi
February 2016 was hot, really hot. So hot, climate scientists could not find the superlatives to describe February 2016’s record breaking temperature.
By Joshua Barajas
The calculations are in, and 2015 was the warmest year on record, ever since data collection on the planet’s surface land and ocean temperatures began in 1880, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Wednesday.
By PBS NewsHour
Archaeologists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have made a startling discovery off the coast of Alaska: Whaling ships that sank 144 years ago. NewsHour Weekend's Zachary Green reports.
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