Patricia Mulroy lays out your moral obligation to save water in a new video.
Where and when you'll normally encounter the most violent twisters—mapped.
At Bardwell Park, waters crested to the level of the platform.
The city's toxin-ridden hawks are so contaminated they're "flameproof."
Nature tries to imitate nuclear armageddon.
Abnormally warm temperatures have fueled deadly blazes in Siberia.
"It may be crazy to swim in the canal," says Christopher Swain. "But what's crazier is that the Gowanus Canal is so messed up."
Tiered water rate structures promote conservation and keep prices down for low-income families, but a new ruling calls them into question.
There's still a long way to go, but the Chinese capital has taken a symbolic step forward.
Rain-driven landslides have killed at least 20,000 since 2007—here's where.
It's time to "de-Californify" the U.S. supply of fruits and vegetables.
This NASA visualization tracks 365 days of the planet's CO2 emissions.
Billowing smoke and furious animals combine in these "terror haze" illustrations.
The dead behemoth that appeared south of San Francisco is "emaciated."
Summer festivals, fall foliage, and snow also make an appearance in this Library of Congress collection.
"Ugly" here means beautiful yards with well-watered plants.
Gaze in wonder at Liberty and Freedom, their babies, and piles of gory fish.
Long a symbol of water profligacy, some courses have been conserving for years. Others have not.
A new photojournalism project documents the quiet spread of these maligned predators into cities.
Who's most worried about global warming in America?