Ice on Greenland is melting four times faster than it did just 16 years ago, a study reports.

Several more onslaughts of heavy rain are expected in the East this week, especially in the mid-Atlantic region, leading to "potentially dangerous, even life-threatening flooding," the National Wea

It's not St. Patrick's Day yet, but the Valira River in northeastern Spain turned a bright green Thursday, alarming residents.

The Nashville Zoo's newest clouded leopard is not only one-of-a-kind, it's the result of a scientific breakthrough that will aide in global conservation efforts.

The continent of Antarctica officially has a new record high temperature of 63.5 degrees, scientists from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced Wednesday.

— Confirming an effect long suspected but never before proven, a study based at St.

A new survey offers some insight regarding the extent to which Americans consider climate change a legitimate threat and how much they’re willing to pay for government policies that would respond t

Contractors who reinforced buildings "on the cheap" may have run up the death toll in central Italy's devastating earthquake and could face criminal charges, a local prosecutor said Sunday.

WASHINGTON — A bipartisan bill promoting global food security, resilience and nutrition could make hunger history, President Obama announced Wednesday during the White House Summit on Global Develo

A 5.8-magnitude earthquake struck the Polynesian kingdom of Tonga Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.