If you're asked about climate change science, duck and cover. That's the spineless strategy of politicians and governments without the courage to discuss this important issue.
Here's one puzzle from Wheel of Fortune's Pat Sajak I doubt anyone can solve: Why in the world he said this.
In records dating back to 1880, this past April's warmth was unsurpassed around the globe, according to NOAA's latest monthly climate report.
The grounds for destructive hurricanes have crept northward finds a new study, published by three of the world's leading tropical weather experts.
Dismissing the root cause of recent observed warming is an unsupportable, extreme position inviting derision.
One could argue the report - in a few places - goes too far in attempting to stay-on message by glossing over some of the thornier issues in climate science.
Along with soaring temperatures, we can expect more intense downpours, higher seas and stronger hurricanes, the new government report says.
Images from Federal climate report reveal a world and nation warming, poised to warm more, and the impacts playing out before our eyes.
The National Climate Assessment is being released Tuesday. This report highlights climate impacts close to home and should generate a buzz. But, will it?
Two "pioneers" serving the weather and climate profession are profoundly changing the world says TIME magazine.