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9.9.19

A Week After Hurricane Dorian, We Still Don't Know How Many People are Missing in the Bahamas

The storm has left 70,000 people homeless, and locals say the government response has been "ridiculous."

8.16.19

NASA Made a Rare Flight Right Through a Thundercloud Formed by a Wildfire

Scientists conducted the most detailed reconnaissance of one of Earth's rarest atmospheric phenomena in a spectacular flight.

7.22.19

Under Trump, 26% of Climate Change References Have Vanished From .Gov Sites

A new report documents two years of science being scrubbed from government websites.

6.13.19

Tons of Dead Seals Are Washing Up In the Arctic and Nobody Knows Why

Dozens of seal carcasses, some showing signs of hair loss, are being reported in northern Alaska.

11.20.18

You Can See Smoke from the California Wildfires All the Way Over in NYC

It traveled 3,000 miles and formed a visible haze in parts of New Jersey and New York.

8.10.17

Trump Administration Actually Confirms 2016 Was Hottest Year Ever

However, the updated NOAA report didn't dig into the link between climate change and burning fossil fuels.

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7.18.17

“Small,” unorganized storm wasn't named for Trump, agency swears

“I guarantee you that it has no connection to Donald Trump,” Max Mayfield, the former director of the center, told the Associated Press.

7.14.17

Donald Trump's highly abnormal presidency: a running guide for the week of July 5

He hasn’t even nominated anyone for 120 top positions, 25 weeks into his term.

3.9.17

The New EPA Secretary Is Happy to Ignore Evidence CO2 Causes Global Warming

Scott Pruitt said that carbon dioxide isn't a "primary contributor" to climate change.

1.18.17

Last Year Was the Hottest Damn Year in Recorded History

Just like 2014 and 2015.

8.25.15

What’s Up with All the Dead Whales, Alaska?

Over the past two months 30 dead whales have washed up along the Alaskan coastline and no one seems to know why.

11.19.14

Is Climate Change Behind the Polar Vortex Consuming the US?

It's hard to decisively say that the extreme weather this month is the result of global climate change, but it's also hard to decisively say that it isn't. Thanks, science!