Texas A&M Study: 21st Century ‘Mega-Drought’ Could Be State’s Driest In Last 1000 YearsTexas’ future climate will feature drier summers and decreasing water supplies for much of the state for the remainder of the 21st century.
Asteroid That Wiped Out The Dinosaurs Hit At 'Deadliest Possible' AngleA team of researchers from The University of Texas at Austin examined the shape and structure of the crater and rocks extracted by drilling down into the crater.
Study: Tornadoes Are Spinning Up Farther East In U.S.Over the past few decades tornadoes have been shifting — decreasing in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas but spinning up more in states along the Mississippi River and farther east.
Global Warming Cooks Up 'A Different World' Over 3 DecadesEarth is noticeably hotter, the weather stormier and more extreme. Polar regions have lost billions of tons of ice; sea levels have been raised by trillions of gallons of water. Far more wildfires rage.
Drought On Tap To Intensify Over U.S. SouthwestRivers are drying up, popular mountain recreation spots are closing and water restrictions are in full swing as a persistent drought intensifies its grip on pockets of the American Southwest.
Workers Wearing Parkas, Gloves, Blankets To Do Jobs In Chilly OfficesAs much of the nation deals with bitter weather, office workers found that they still had to brave the cold even when indoors. Many relied on parkas, gloves and blankets just to keep working.
EPA Keeps Scientists From Speaking About Report On ClimateThe Environmental Protection Agency has kept three scientists from appearing at an event in Rhode Island about a report that deals in part with climate change.
Seas Rise, Trees Die: Climate Change Before Your EyesThey're called "ghost forests" — dead trees along vast swaths of coastline invaded by rising seas, something scientists call one of the most visible markers of climate change.
Economics Expert: Withdrawing From Paris Accord Will Have Little Impact“To those viewing this as an apocalyptic event, take a deep breath,” said SMU economics professor Mike Davis.
Trump Starts Backing Off Clinton & Climate VowsTwo weeks after his election victory, President-Elect Donald Trump began backing off campaign promises including his hard line on climate change and his vow to put Hillary Clinton in jail.
Study Predicts Far More Heat Records In The FutureThe United States is already setting twice as many daily heat records as cold records, but a new study predicts that will get a lot more lopsided as man-made climate change worsens.
Clinton Recruits Gore To Discuss Climate ChangeHillary Clinton is bringing in Al Gore, vice president during her husband's eight years in the White House, as her closer on climate change, as she struggles to appeal to young voters who consider the issue a priority.
Obama, DiCaprio Team Up Against Climate ChangePresident Barack Obama and actor Leonardo DiCaprio teamed up on the White House South Lawn on Monday to sound a call for urgent action to combat climate change.
Future Climate Change Test Results Don't Look GoodIn the course of a 17-year experiment on more than 1 million plants, scientists put future global warming to a real world test. The results, simulating a world after the year 2050, are not pretty.
2016 Ties 1914 For Wettest August In TexasPersistent rain in Texas has made August 2016 the wettest August in more than a century, and equal to the rainiest August ever. And, it could stay really wet for the next couple of months.