NOAA: March 2016 Smashes Global Temperature Record
The average global temperature for the month of March was the warmest since record-keeping started back in 1880.
St. Louis Pest Control Workers Take On Zika Threat
Pest control workers adopt new tactics to fight against mosquitoes responsible for the Zika threat that looms over St. Louis.
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To Combat Zika Virus, Funds to Fight Other Diseases Will Suffer
The Zika virus poses bigger health threats than doctors initially thought, which means emergency funding is needed in order to fight this mosquito-borne disease.
DHS Previously Downplayed Cyber Threat to U.S. Electric Grid
Potential cyber attacks threaten the U.S. power grid, FBI and DHS issue warnings.
New Study Predicts Antarctic Ice Melt Could Make Seas Rise
Antarctic ice sheet melting could cause sea levels to rise 6 feet by 2100.
Bombing in Brussels Prompts Facebook to Activate Safety Check Feature
After bombing in Brussels, Facebook activates Safety Check feature so that loved ones in Brussels can let family and friends know they're alive and well.
Images Show Sea Level Rise Projection on U.S. Coastal Cities
U.S. coastal cities are expected to be underwater with a sea level rise projection of 20 feet by 2200. Keeping global temperatures from rising still wouldn't prevent this disaster.
Science to Estimate The Impact of Climate Change on Extreme Events
Science can now estimate the impact of climate change on some extreme events, such as heatwaves and also examines human-caused climate change events.
Social Media Activity to Analyze Natural Disaster Damages
In the span of a few hours, data from social networks can be used to determine natural disaster damages.