An interviewer's surprising discovery resurrects another sore point from her election loss.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans are concerned about climate change and most think our storms are getting worse because of it, a new poll found.
Hurricane prediction science is improving, but at a frustratingly slow pace.
Climate change will make storms in general more severe, but scientists won't blame individual storms on it.
This continues a trend that began when the Trump administration took over the White House.
Gator catchers say the animals "are [simply] trying to deal with the weather like the rest of us," but still—OMG.
The report says humans have caused some warming, a view at odds with that of the Trump crew.
Foreign cyberattacks and economic uncertainties were ranked third.
President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have notable disagreements on the issue of climate change.
The acceleration is driven by expansion of water and melting ice sheets.
In a recent state-sanctioned report, North Korea concluded that U.S. nuclear and biochemical weapons had devastated the global environment.
Pyongyang said it was "typical" of the U.S. to put the whole planet at risk.
Trump is not only ignoring the real danger of climate change but ceding economic power to China.
Three White House officials evade the question of whether Trump believes in climate change.
A Kremlin aide said the deal was "unworkable" without the U.S., while Putin said America must still curb carbon emissions despite the Paris pullout.
The Russian president started with a comment about "American imperialism" causing Moscow's bad weather but soon got agitated by Kelly's line of questioning.
Climate change has a lot of Americans really worried.
President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement inspired condemnation across the planet.
The Tesla CEO said he had done "all (he) can" to convince Trump to uphold the Paris accord.
Environmental groups decried Ryan Zinke's announcement.