The 120-Degree Heat Waves of the Future Could Melt Streets and Bend Train Tracks
As climate change makes summers worse, cities around the U.S. must adapt or face potentially deadly consequences.
A Tour of New York Train System's Lost and Found Department
Dentures, trumpets, and about a million iPhones.
The Next Millennial Trend Is Suing Big Oil for Destructive Climate Change
New York is the latest—and biggest—city to sue giants like BP and ExxonMobil over damage from extreme weather. It probably won't be the last.
Refugees Took Over Trump's Childhood Home
As the president contemplates slashing refugee admission rates, we heard refugees tell their stories at his boyhood Queens residence.
What You Should Know About Hurricane Irma So Far
As the powerful storm heads into the US, millions are bracing for its impact.
The Anti-Inauguration: Scenes from the Massive Women’s March on Washington
“Welcome to your first day! We will not go away!”
Trump Supporters Told Us Their Hopes and Dreams
"I've been waiting for a man like this for 40 years."
I Watched Trump Become President with His Biggest Fans
Donald Trump's inauguration made a lot of Americans worried, but it thrilled the voters who traveled to DC to see it.
A Look Back at Some of the Worst, Wildest Inaugurations in Presidential History
Donald Trump's ceremony may be hurt by protesters and a weak lineup of performers, but it won't be as nuts as Andrew Jackson's inauguration.
What Parts of Obama's Legacy Will Survive Trump?
We surveyed experts to see how quickly Donald Trump will be able to erase his predecessor's work.
Meet Kris Kobach, the Right-Wing 'Extremist' Who Could Become Trump's Attorney General
The Kansas secretary of state is an anti-immigration hardliner who has also pushed for laws making it harder for people to vote.
Are the Feds Finally Going to Press Charges in the Eric Garner Case?
After more than two years and lots of internal squabbling, are the feds ready to charge the cop who placed Eric Garner in a fatal chokehold?