This is what climate change looks like. It's time to make some unpopular changes now - Los Angeles Times
To the editor: Sometimes our actions seek to freeze time and keep things as they are, but the world keeps turning regardless. (“California is on fire. It won't be the last time. Let's get ready,” editorial,
Outside of a few upsets in Week 10, the NFL continues to sketch out a clear-cut hierarchy this season. The New England Patriots going down at the hands of the Tennessee Titans was one of those upsets,
The most useful thing scientists can tell a fire crew in the field is what the fire's going to do. And that means understanding how the winds may shift—even when they come from the fire itself. In the
China has been pushed into third place on a list of the world's most powerful supercomputers. The latest list by Top 500, published twice a year, puts two US machines - Summit and Sierra - in the top places.
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(Reuters) - There is an 80 percent chance of the El Niño weather pattern to form and continue through the northern hemisphere in winter 2018/19, a U.S. government weather forecaster said on Thursday. month,
The Chicago Bears are movin’ on up! After improving their record to 5-3 following the Week 9 drubbing of the Buffalo Bills (41-9), the Bears have ascended to new heights in the USA TODAY NFL Power Rankings.