Dry conditions have revealed unknown archaeological sites hidden beneath England's fields.
The hottest place in the U.S., Death Valley, was not left out of this year's record-breaking heat wave.
Summers around the world are already warmer than they used to be, and they’re going to get dramatically hotter by century’s end if carbon pollution continues to rise.
Climate change is poised to affect the health of Americans in every part of the country, a new report says.
As climate change proceeds, there will be more extreme weather events, and these events pose a threat to people's health, experts say.
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