The sweeping new research was conducted by 70 researchers using data from major projects in the fields of epidemiology and climate modeling in 43 countries.
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The relatively small number of arrests after a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol left many environmental activists shaken Thursday — and wanting answers.
Climate change likely made the storm more dangerous by slowing it down and feeding it more moisture.
In the popular imagination, Death Valley in Southern California is the hottest place on Earth. At 3:41 p.m. local time Sunday, it lived up to that reputation when the temperature at the aptly named Furnace Creek reached 130 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the NOAA ...