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First Day of Spring

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Rain vs. Drought

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How Weather Shapes Our Climate Ideas

Researchers in the U.S. say most people’s convictions about climate change are largely shaped by the weather outside—because that’s the most immediate data they can find.

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Uncle Sam Is Freezing

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Record Lows

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Snow Flakes

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America in the Freezer

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Gates of Hell

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Global Warming Hoax

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Study Links Deadly Summer Storms to Global Warming

For the first time, scientists say they’ve found a link between global warming-fed weather changes and the size and intensity of thunderstorms. The prognosis is not good.

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At Least 1 Death, Hundreds of Illnesses Blamed on Record U.S. Heat Wave

The Western part of the United States is in the throes of a record-setting heat wave that is expected to continue through the week, with temperatures forecast to hit the 120s in some areas.

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Videos Capture Scary EF-5 Oklahoma Tornado

At least 24 people were killed, hundreds more were injured and numerous homes, schools and businesses were destroyed after a massive tornado barreled through the town of Moore, Okla., on Monday.

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First Day of Spring

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What Climate Change

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Is It Hot Enough for You?

All right, now can we talk about climate change? After a year when the lower 48 states suffered the warmest temperatures, and the second-craziest weather, since record-keeping began?

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Ending the Silence on Climate Change

“What should really be scaring the daylights out of us—the crisis which could make all the others irrelevant—is global warming,” Bill Moyers says on the latest edition of “Moyers & Company.” “Get this one wrong and it’s over—not just for the USA, but for planet Earth.”

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Keeping the Storm at Bay

Here’s a proposed initiative for the next administration: Get the nation started on the surge barriers, flood walls and other big infrastructure projects that can protect our coastal cities from being ravaged by the next Hurricane Sandy.

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Walkabout: Manhattan After Sandy

Day four of the aftermath of the devastating and deadly superstorm saw a Manhattan eager to get back on its feet.

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Hurricane Sandy Blows Away Political Pretense and Ideological Nonsense

When the superstorm destroyed swaths of the Northeast, darkened our largest city and plunged a huge section of the nation into crisis, the anti-government ideology of the tea party Republicans—and its panderers like Mitt Romney—was exposed for what it is.

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Obama for America/Scout Tufankjian

Even in Writing, Obama and Romney Ignore Climate Change

Even in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney discussed the pressing issue of climate change in a pair of CNN op-eds the presidential candidates wrote, making one of their final pleas to voters before next week’s election.

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We Are Not Powerless to Confront Climate Change

Millions of victims of Superstorm Sandy remain without power, but they are not powerless to do something about climate change.

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Obama Visits New Jersey as Storm’s Death Toll Rises

A massive recovery and cleanup effort is under way on the East Coast as residents try to get their lives back to normal after the historic and devastating megastorm. Making things more difficult is the fact that nearly 6 million people in 15 states and Washington, D.C., remain without power.

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AP/Charles Sykes

Atlantic Coast Wakes Up to the Nightmare

Hurricane Sandy ripped through the Eastern Seaboard on Monday, killing at least 33, leaving millions without power, destroying homes, causing rampant flooding, impacting air travel and bringing several major cities to a grinding halt.

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Mitt’s Anti-Gay Remarks, Romney’s Misleading Jeep Ad, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including how Hurricane Sandy could impact the presidential election and an endorsement from the creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

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White House / Pete Souza

The Real Election 2012 October Surprise: Hurricane Sandy

With eight days to go until voters head to the polls to elect the next president, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are being forced to alter their campaign schedules because of Hurricane Sandy. The impact may be felt, however, beyond that.

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Flickr/NASA Goddard Photo and Video

Hurricane Sandy Bears Down: What to Expect

Hurricane Sandy, the potentially “life-threatening” superstorm, is bearing down on the Eastern Seaboard. And while the eye of the storm is not expected to hit the mid-Atlantic coast until late Monday afternoon, many residents are already feeling the Category 1 storm’s impact.

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‘Perfect Storm’ Threatens East Coast

Gale-force winds, drenching rain and a possible snowstorm: That’s what much of the East Coast will face next week if forecasts predicting the collision of a trio of weather events—Hurricane Sandy from the south, arctic air from the north and an early winter storm from the west—come true.

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Hurricane Isaac Makes Landfall

Hurricane Isaac made landfall in Louisiana on Tuesday evening as a Category 1 storm, bringing with it wind gusts that reached speeds of up to 106 miles per hour off the state’s southeast coast. It then headed back out into the Gulf and is now barreling toward New Orleans on the eve of the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

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Poster Boy (CC-BY)

Global Warming Is Here to Stay

Excuse me, folks, but the weather is trying to tell us something. Listen carefully, and you can almost hear a parched, raspy voice whispering, “What part of ‘hottest month ever’ do you people not understand?”

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Flickr / flydime (CC-BY)

GOP Still Denies Global Warming Despite Record Temperatures

July was the hottest month in the U.S. on record, yet many in the GOP continue to dispute global warming and the science behind it.

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U.S. Air Force/Master Sgt. Jeremy Lock

Climate Change: ‘This Is Just the Beginning’

Evidence supporting the existence of climate change is pummeling the United States this summer, from the mountain wildfires of Colorado to the recent “derecho” storm that left at least 23 dead and 1.4 million people without power from Illinois to Virginia.

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Photo by Mr. T in DC (CC-BY-ND)

Feeling the Heat

Still don’t believe in climate change? Then you’re either deep in denial or delirious from the heat.

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Peter Z. Scheer

Occupy Wall Street Organizer Puts L.A. in the Hot Seat

Everyone moves to Los Angeles eventually, so it was only a matter of time before the epicenter of the occupation movement, which has shifted at times between New York and Oakland, would find its way to La-La Land. David DeGraw, who is said to have coined “we are the 99 percent” and was among the first campers in Zuccotti Park, told ... (more)

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If You’re Under 35, You’ve Never Experienced ‘Normal’ Earth Climate

Physical scientist Robert Grumbine crunches some numbers to determine that “the last time the global mean was below the climate normal was March 1976.” Basically Grumbine is looking for “normal” climate, and he sees things diverging after 1940. So tell us, old-timers, what was it like before the planet started melting? (more)

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National Weather Service

Careful What You Pray For, Texas

Texas is suffering through one of the worst droughts in the state’s history, and things have gotten so bad that news of a tropical storm—that thing just below a hurricane on the bad-weather scale—is being greeted with cautious optimism. Texas Gov. Rick Perry named three days in April “Days of Prayer for Rain in the State of Texas.” (more)

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