The Mid-Atlantic and Southeast U.S. could be in for a rainy holiday.
Forecasts show above-average chances for high heat on both coasts and in Alaska.
The state’s decision to let water districts self-regulate their usage has some people worried.
A national system of electricity transmission could cut power-plant emissions by 80 percent.
In California’s Central Valley, the drought spells fewer jobs for farmers.
It’s the latest city to make something pretty out of dreary weather.
Gusts of 109 mph nearly tore this dude apart.
Dendronotus orientalis nudibranchs likely hitched a ride to California in ballast water.
Celebrate the start of the Pacific hurricane season by learning about what a Category 5 could do to your home.
Take a moment to lavish in the beauty of America’s chosen petals, and laugh at Maine for choosing “pine cone.”
Energy company Statoil plans to get things running by the end of 2017.
Direct Current has all the quirks of public radio, and a lot of useful information about clean energy policies.
A clever animation brings to life just how much warmer the planet has become over the past 16 decades.
A twister ripped apart every piece of this house, except the tiny room this kid was standing in.
The ephemeral artworks celebrate the city’s newly extended “C Line.”
The planet’s transit was recorded in wonderful detail.
With just a few inches of rainfall a year, the country is taking matters into its own hands.
A librarian has made it her mission to correct the death toll.
The otherworldly event is forecast to arrive from a “solar sector boundary crossing.”