The new map is the first update since 2012.
"It's a trillion tons of ice," as one expert told NPR. Now the largest iceberg in the world, A23a, is on the move after decades of being grounded on the seafloor.
Georgia experienced 107 billion-dollar disasters between 1980-2022, the highest amount of any state in the Southeast, according to a prominent group of experts and scientists.
On an extinct volcano in Uganda, hundreds of thousands face disaster due to climate change. The charity GiveDirectly is trying a surprising approach to help them get out of harm's way.
The latest Lancet Countdown, an annual analysis from the prestigious medical journal, underscores the vast and growing costs of fossil fuel burning on health.
79% of the population of the southeastern United States has experienced some level of drought over the past month. Parts of Georgia fall into the extreme and exceptional drought categories, which affect crops, livestock and and soil health.
Hundreds of small earthquakes have been rattling the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwestern Iceland as meteorologists anticipate a volcanic eruption and residents evacuate.
The Key deer is losing the only place it lives, raising uncomfortable questions for the people tasked with keeping endangered species alive.
The governor's office singled out two wildfires of particular concern: The Quaker Run Fire, near and inside Shenandoah National Park; and the Tuggles Gap Fire, in southern Virginia's Patrick County.
Many Americans experience some kind of winter blues. But in some cases, symptoms can rise to the level of clinical depression. Here's what to know about SAD and the natural therapy that can help.
When the driest place in North America and one of the hottest places on Earth becomes a desert oasis complete with a lake, it's impossible not to take note.
Located outside the city of Temecula, the blaze is currently about 2,500 acres in size but only 15% contained, officials with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
Death Valley's Badwater Basin is full of water after an epic year of rain and snow in California - and wildflowers are blooming extraordinarily late in the season.
Georgia’s peanut harvest is later than usual. Farmers say it’s all due to the weather over the past several months
Dry, cold weather across the southeastern U.S. is prompting forecasters to issue multiple hazard warnings for the state.