Alaska communities grow despite threat of future relocation
Communities that live on the fringes of northern Alaska are some of the most vulnerable to climate change. They're also continuing to grow, and experts worry this could create an urban crisis decades down the line.
'Gene catalogs' aim to help crops survive climate change
As farmers struggle with a shifting climate, a group of scientists are drilling down to the heart of the matter: crop genetics.
Scientists know why the songbird won't sing
Songbirds that populate the sandy stretches of the Southwestern desert are about to become a lot thirstier.
Dems rail all night against Pruitt; vote still set for 1 p.m.
Democrats staged an all-night fight in the Senate in a final play to delay a vote on the nominee they say is unfit to lead U.S. EPA.
The countdown is on. Pruitt to make a 'negative' entrance
Scott Pruitt could be on the ground at U.S. EPA as early as tomorrow, with the Senate set to confirm his nomination as the agency's administrator tomorrow afternoon.