Depending on where you are, fire seasons may start a whole month earlier than they did in the early '80s.
Scientists have thought for a while that Europa might support life, but now they've got better-than-ever evidence to prove it.
The Great Barrier Reef has been dying, but scientists have now quantified just how quickly the heat and bleaching events played into that decline.
Certain chemicals chewed a hole in Earth's ozone layer. But regulating those substances doesn't seem to have made much difference.
Champagne releases a trail of vapor when opened, but scientists studying the phenomenon say they know why that vapor can sometimes be blue.
Scientists recently created self-repairing robots, which could help make soft technology more durable.
According to the National Weather Service, the average temperature for Death Valley in July was a blistering 107.4 degrees.
A new report shows that despite warnings about carbon dioxide's role in climate change, industry leaders lobbied to deny a link between the two.
The Heartland Insitute said data used by the EPA should be invalidated because of "politicized adjustments." But scientists say the data is unbiased.
Summer brings the opportunity to hike, bike, run, swim and more with your dog.
Researchers are using brain scans to determine if babies are in pain.
What you know about climate change is correct — for the most part.