SpaceX will launch NASA's Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission. The mission will provide new data for tracking floods, droughts, and other hydrological changes.
Two-thirds of Americans are very or moderately interested in global warming. Yet two-thirds say they hear or talk about the issue only 'several times a year or less.'
President-elect Donald Trump will not pursue an investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, one of his top aides said on a morning talk show.
Norman Rockwell's painting is a tender sendup of the undecided voter. It might be tempting to see its sale symbolically.
Hispanics — or Latinos, a term some prefer — are an attractive market because the population is young and growing at an extraordinarily fast rate. Along with that, spending by Hispanics is growing at a faster clip than for non-Hispanic consumers.
The future first lady says she will stay in New York with her young son, at least for the first months of her husband's presidency.
The Ogale and Bille people of Nigeria are suing Royal Dutch Shell in a London court over claims of oil pollution in their local waterways, which harms their livelihood.
Donald Trump won't be the first person to lead a Western democracy after a campaign dismissive of climate change. Canada and Australia have been there before.
Green bean casserole on the Thanksgiving table is a hotly debated topic in some families. This recipe offers a way to ease up on some of the heavier ingredients.
A NerdWallet analysis of more than 64,000 bank-related complaints filed with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that issues involving the opening, closing or management of accounts were the most frequent problems.
Barack Obama showed how a president can wield broad power over environmental policy. But with a majority of Americans concerned about ciimate change, other forces are also influential.
A national nonprofit opens doors – and potential career opportunities – to homeless girls by teaching them how to program computers.
Opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline has unified tribes from across America. Some here believe this protest is becoming something bigger – a turning point for both native Americans and the climate movement.
In this edition: Whoever is president, individual Americans can still do something about emissions; the big tasks facing global climate diplomats in Marrakech; the hottest five-year span on record.
Benjamin Patton created free filmmaking workshops that tap into the power of storytelling. Participants report a significant drop in PTSD symptoms after completing the workshop, he says.
The two internet and social media giants announced steps to halt the spread of false news this week following waves of criticism after the elections.
November is typically open enrollment time for millions who get health insurance, disability insurance, and other benefits from an employer. If you’re one of them, among your important choices is whether you want a flexible spending account and how much money to deposit.