Ground is collapsing. Massive lakes are draining in a matter of days. Thawing permafrost is having profound effects on the Arctic.
Operations included live fire events, aircraft refueling and training by air.
Chief Meteorologist Matt Holiner shows us some of the maps and images he came across while researching the coldest weather the Midwest has ever seen.
Historically long stretches of record-breaking ocean heat and loss of sea ice have fundamentally changed the North Pacific and Arctic ocean ecosystem.
A study found that rain could replace snow as the most common precipitation in parts of the Arctic by 2060 or 2070.
Rain fell on Greenland's summit instead of snow for the first time on record in August. A study says that may be the norm in just four or five decades.
For the first time on record, precipitation at the summit of Greenland — roughly two miles above sea level — fell as rain and not snow.
Reindeer herders in a Russian Arctic archipelago have found an immaculately preserved carcass of an Ice Age cave bear, researchers said Monday.
A study warns that if humans fail to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, most populations of Arctic polar bears could struggle to survive beyond 2100.
Workers remove Christopher Columbus statue from Christopher Columbus Blvd. and Arctic Ave in Atlantic City Wednesday July 1, 2020. The Christo…
Atlantic City Mayor Marty Small Sr.hold a press conference following Sunday's protest events at Michigan and Arctic Avenues The Walk in Atlantic City
An ozone hole that formed over the Arctic has closed, but its recovery most likely can't be tracked to the reduction in pollution due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The globally averaged temperature for 2019 was 1.71 degrees above the 20th-century average -- the second-highest since 1880 and just 0.07 degrees less than the 2016 record.
The forecast for the Packers' home game Sunday against the Dallas Cowboys is for rain and a high temperature of 57 degrees -- meaning Lambeau …
On June 23, 1988, James Hansen told Congress and the world that global warming wasn't approaching — it had already arrived. Thirty years later, it's clear that Hansen and other doomsayers were right.
The change has been so sweeping that it is easy to lose sight of effects large and small — some obvious, others less conspicuous.
President Donald Trump made some iffy statements on the economy and tried to play it both ways on climate change over the past week. A look at how some of his remarks don't match with the facts: