Not much is stopping a catastrophe like the one in East Palestine from happening again.
Even parts of the country normally considered “wet” are drying out, with dangerous results.
To understand how climate change is altering our planet, it helps to know a little Earth science.
Extreme rain, rising sea levels, and more frequent wildfires are all making landslides more likely.
Even an inch of rain, if it falls too quickly, can overwhelm a place.
One of rookie smoke jumpers’ first lessons—after leaping from a plane and packing a parachute—is learning how to sew.
Climate change is keeping temperatures higher in the fall, setting up browntail-moth caterpillars to boom in summer.
New research explains how the hottest peppers get their spice.