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By Eliza Griswold
Analysis of historic data about the mysterious El Niño, which periodically unleashes devastating weather, reveals that it has a bad local side and an even worse global side—and another may be on its way.
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Recent fires in the forests of Alaska have been the worst in 10,000 years, and they could happen more frequently elsewhere in the world.
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