United Nations Releases Dire New Climate Change Report
Large numbers of people are being displaced by worsening weather extremes. But some of these risks can be prevented or lessened with prompt action.
State of emergency issued in New York as heavy rain inundates the city
Gov. Kathy Hochul urged people to avoid traveling on flooded roads and said rain is expected to continue for the next 20 hours.
Hurricane Ian 1 year later: Fort Myers tries to come back to life
Thousands of structures in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, await reconstruction after the floodwaters wiped them out.
Warm and dry or cold and snowy? NOAA gives its winter prediction
NOAA weighs in on whether El Niño will persist into the winter and what impacts that would have.
Meta's AI chatbot features characters played by celebrities
Meta has created chatbots with AI learning that derive character from and are played by real-life celebrities.
What a government shutdown means for air travel
Critical air travel jobs like air traffic control and TSA could be furloughed if the government shuts down.
10-year-old artist gets a new spotlight at the White House
Paris Robinson's art is part of a new permanent display at the White House that curates art from children in military families.