Thunderstorms Monday night
Aug 22, 2014; 2:45 PM ET From fires in California, flash flooding in Arizona, and thunderstorms in Florida, this week's weather rocked the nation from the West Coast to the East.
President Lyndon Johnson signed the Wilderness Act in 1964 to give future generations a “glimpse of the world as it was in the beginning.” Did it work?
Wildfires have returned to Yosemite's neighborhood this year, but at this point, the blazes have remained much smaller in size than the Rim fire.
Military aircrews may no longer have to choose between staying safe and staying cool. The U.S. Army's new personal cooling systems, worn underneath body armor, can help troops beat the heat, without removing their protective gear.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology found that since the 1960s, urban Louisville, Ky., saw its temperature rise above that of its surroundings at a rate greater than any other city in the country and more than double the warming rate of the planet as a whole.
Dec 5, 2012; 5:00 AM ET Now that it's cold enough to hit the slopes, you may want to look more closely at what materials your winter sports gear is made of. As it turns out, not all waterproofing is created equal.