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Tropical Storm Darby bore down on Hawaii on Saturday, prompting its governor to declare an emergency over a storm expected to make landfall with strong winds and heavy rain later in the day.
<p>A burned body was found Saturday at the scene of a brushfire north of Los Angeles that has scorched 31 square miles and prompted the evacuation of 1,500 homes, authorities said.</p>
The heat wave comes just as tens of thousands of delegates are about to converge on the city
Space is rife with unexplained phenomena -.and some of the seven included in this slideshow could hold the key to understanding the universe.
The midwestern United States will be in the crosshairs of potent thunderstorms into Saturday night.
Torrential rains that have swept through China have killed at least 154 people and left 124 missing, officials said Saturday, with most of the casualties reported from a northern province where villagers complained about lack of warning before a deadly flash flood.
Call it the United Sweats of America. A heat wave spreading across the country is leaving few places to hide.
Police say boy was hiking with adult male in Sonoran Desert Preserve when he became ill
<p>A huge toxic algae bloom in Utah has closed one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi River, sickening more than 100 people and leaving farmers scrambling for clean water during some of the hottest days of the year.</p>
LUCAS, Ohio — What was left of the famous oak tree from The Shawshank Redemption fell Friday, apparently the victim of a southwest wind. John and Marge Shoemaker of Weatherford, Texas, in this area for their niece's Saturday wedding, may have been among the last to see the tree still standing.&nbsp;
Imagine going to fill up your tank and seeing a label on the pump that says what you are doing was causing climate change.&nbsp;
Humans have built vast systems to dredge carbon out of the earth and hurl it into the sky — cars, planes, ships, factories and power plants all across the globe. As carbon pollution cooks the planet, scientists are looking for ways to scrub the heat-trapping gas from the atmosphere and return it to the ground.
In case you haven't heard, there is a very, very big problem with the universe: About 80% of all of the stuff inside it is missing.&nbsp;
When you think of photos of Earth from space, showing the entire planet, what usually comes to mind are the gorgeous shots from the Apollo missions in the 1960s and 1970s.&nbsp;
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Friday that climate change is as dangerous as, if not more than, the threats posed by the Islamic State and other extremist groups.
The Perseids, one of the most popular meteor showers of the year, is coming up in just under a month. But you don’t have to wait until August to see shooting stars light up the sky.&nbsp;
NASA It's one of the most defining moments in American history: On July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person ever to walk on the moon, taking what he called "one small step for a man and one giant leap for mankind." Forty-seven years later, we're still learning new things about Earth's dusty companion. And some of the things that we do know about it are pretty mindblowing. Here are a few facts about the moon that you might not know.
Russia's practice of leaving massive wildfires to burn out of control in sprawling stretches of Siberia puts at risk a key global resource for absorbing climate-warming emissions: its trees.
The hazards of heat waves continue even after the sun goes down. CNN meteorologist Jennifer Gray explains.
Even before summer 2016 has officially begun, the nation faced a deadly heat wave.
When "Star Trek's" starship Enterprise first embarked on a "five-year mission" in 1966, the goal of its first crew was to better understand...
Peru's government has declared a state of emergency in the southern Andes after a cold snap killed 50,000 alpacas. More than 100,000 families rely on the animals and the wool they produce for their livelihoods.
A sweltering 'heat dome' will hover over much of the nation later this week, with heat index values forecast to reach up to a dangerous 115 degrees.
A teenage boy and a woman from Texas camping with a Boy Scouts adventure program were killed and two other campers were injured when severe storms swept through a remote area along the U.S.-Canada border, the leader of the program said Thursday.The boy and the female volunteer with the Northern Tier High Adventure Base Program died while camping, according to general manager John Van Dreese. Authorities said the group was...
For most of the latter half of the 20th century, the Antarctic Peninsula was one of the fastest-warming places on the planet, with serious repercussions for the local environment, including the spectacular disintegration of a millennia-old ice shelf, and global sea level rise. A gentoo penguin colony on the Antarctic Peninsula. Click image to enlarge. Credit: David Stanley/flickr But a new study
Twitter users identified an X-shaped bulge in an open-access photo of the galaxy. You won’t find caramel at the center of this Milky Way. Instead, you’ll have to settle for a massive 'X' of stars. After Twitter users pointed out the formation in...
<p>This year may be only half over, but 2016 is already on track to be the hottest year ever on record, with each of the first six months, from January to June, setting new temperature records, NASA officials announced this week.</p>
<p>On the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres, certain regions could be cold enough to host long-lasting deposits of water ice, a rarely seen phenomenon on objects similar to Ceres, a new study shows.</p>
<p>While a vast amount of dry air has dominated and will continue to impact the Atlantic basin over the next few weeks, tropical activity could spark near the west coast of Africa.</p>
They actually studied two of these Earth-sized worlds at once.
NASA denied claims by amateur observers that it cut off a video feed from the International Space Station to avoid showing a UFO.
<p>A rundown of the most powerful earthquakes in the last hundred years.</p>
A new study finds that climate change is significantly stunting trees’ growth—hindering their ability to take carbon out of the air.
Glacier in Switzerland Glaciers in the European Alps are vanishing, transforming landscapes and leaving communities without an essential source of water. Scientists have a fix, but it won’t last forever.
This week’s stabbings in London’s Hyde Park reinforce the belief that tempers flare when temperatures rise
Incessant rainfall across India has caused flooding that has turned streets into rivers and brought life to a standstill in several cities. Ashraf Fahim reports.
CLEARWATER, Fla. — Two North Carolina teens were struck by lightning as they walked on a Florida beach.
Such an extreme warming spell has never occurred in nearly 140 years of observations.
At the foot of a giant sequoia in California's Sierra Nevada, two arborists stepped into harnesses then inched up ropes...
<p>Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have snagged a SpaceX Dragon supply spacecraft, which reached the station today (July 20) after two days spent catching up to the station.</p>
<p>Just in time for rush hour, a brush fire broke out Tuesday afternoon in the hills above Hollywood, sending a large cloud of smoke over some of the city's most expensive neighborhoods.</p>
Mexico’s Colima volcano erupted on July 19 with a flash of fire and lava spewing down the side, as seen in this video, which was shot at night. Then, smoke and ash rise from Colima into the night sky. Credit: webcamsdemexico via Storyful
<p>Extending for 800 miles, the earthquake-prone San Andreas Fault in southern California has been relatively quiet lately.</p>
Earth's persistent record 2016 heat is now dancing near levels that a world agreement is trying to avoid, federal scientists said.
Searing heat is the signature of climate change, and the scorching summer temperatures blanketing much of the nation this week are exactly what we should expect in an ever warming world.
The full moon of July will rise tonight (July 19), bringing us a lunar charm commonly known as the Full Buck Moon.
European Southern Observatory/Flickr If you, like me, are in the northern hemisphere, any kind of snow may seem a bit like a mirage right now.
On the outskirts of Rome, an ancient volcano — long thought to be extinct — is showing signs that another massive eruption is brewing.
Air15 captured this large rain column near Phoenix during monsoon storms on Monday.
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