A 2012 glacier melt actually warped Earth's crust
When a Greenland glacier melted in the unusually hot summer of 2012, it pushed so much water through that it warped the Earth's crust and caused a massive wave of ice and water to push its way seaward.
The pope bump is real — for Democrats
When it comes to climate change, there's a pope bump.
Climate change research targeted at multiple agencies
Scientific organizations yesterday decried the White House budget proposal for slashing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal climate change and educational programs.
EPA science board purge to play role in hearing
House Democrats have prepared a showdown tomorrow over why U.S. EPA abruptly dismissed members of a science advisory board earlier this month.
There's moss in Antarctica now, and it's getting even greener
Plant life on both poles is growing rapidly as the planet warms.