Severe thunderstorms barreled through the Southeast on Tuesday, dropping multiple tornadoes in southern Louisiana, one of which did major damage to communities in east New Orleans — among the areas

The Arctic continues to amaze.

One of the biggest concerns about climate change is the effect it will have on agriculture.

On Aug. 10, it started raining in Louisiana and didn’t stop for seven days.

Florida has had a remarkable run of gambler’s luck over the past decade. It’s been that long since a hurricane struck the state that usually gets them every two years.

New research has added to the growing list of challenges facing the nation’s pollinators.

The real estate data firm Zillow recently published a research analysis that estimated rising sea levels could leave nearly 2 million U.S.

The United States is witnessing a massive, dangerous heat wave, as a huge system of high pressure covers the central part of the country.

After years of fierce debate involving scientists, food manufacturers, farmers and environmental groups, Congress has passed a bill that would make it mandatory to inform consumers about the GMOs —

Pope Francis addresses attendees in the opening ceremony to commence a plenary meeting of the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit 2015 at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan, New

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