Fair / Windy
According to a report from The Lancet, exposure to polluted air, water and soil caused an estimated 9 million premature deaths in 2015.
The president seemed to soften his tone in recent tweets about hurricane relief in Puerto Rico, but one message was consistent.
A natural cycle helps regulate the carbon in our atmosphere, but humans are knocking it off balance with emissions, according to NASA.
Bottled water is everywhere and we're paying a premium to get water with the fanciest labels.
Thousands of cargo containers filled with much-needed supplies are sitting at the island's ports, but distributing those items has been difficult.
Champagne releases a trail of vapor when opened, but scientists studying the phenomenon say they know why that vapor can sometimes be blue.
It has been busy summer for the Alpine Rescue Team. They've completed a hundred rescue missions so far.
Authorities say at least 10 people are dead after the storm hammered multiple islands, including Barbuda, St. Martin and the British Virgin Islands.
94% of the water tested in the U.S. has tiny plastic fibers in it floating around that most people aren't aware of.
One beer company is sending more than 150,000 cans of canned drinking water to communities affected by Harvey, once a Category 4 hurricane.
Up to 60 million people there rely on water sources that contain unsafe levels of arsenic.
Watering down alcohol usually doesn't make it taste better — unless it's whiskey. Scientists only recently found out why that's true.