NOAA: This Winter Warmest On RecordDespite record-breaking snowfall and the deep freeze that across most of the U.S., this winter was the warmest on record.
Feds: Don't Blame Global Warming For California DroughtDon't blame man-made global warming for the devastating California drought, a new federal report says.
U.S. Confirms Climate Agency Websites HackedHackers from China were able to breach government computer systems at the agency that oversees the National Weather Service.
Scientists: Almanac's 'Brutal Winter' Prediction Is Most Likely WrongNOAA meteorologist says Almanac's prediction of a harsh winter may be premature.
Global Temperatures Continue To Hit Record Highs Each MonthOnce again, the world hit record heat levels. The average global temperature last month tied the hottest April on record four years ago.
NOAA: World In 2013 Was 4th Hottest On RecordThe average world temperature was 58.12 degrees, tying with 2003 for the fourth warmest since 1880.
NOAA: Virus Likely Causing Dolphin Deaths Federal officials say a virus is likely what's causing hundreds of dead bottlenose dolphins to wash ashore along the East Coast.
Two Bull Sharks Caught in Potomac RiverA Southern Maryland fisherman caught two bull sharks near where the Potomac River flows into the Chesapeake Bay earlier this week.
More Than 120 Dolphins Found Dead Off 5 StatesFederal officials are investigating what's causing an unusually high number of dolphin strandings on the East Coast.
NOAA Trims Forecast for Busy Atlantic Hurricane SeasonThis Atlantic hurricane season may not be quite as busy as federal forecasters once thought, but they still warn of an unusually active and potentially dangerous few months to come.
Fed Study: Climate Change Continues, World Getting WarmerA new massive federal study says the world in 2012 sweltered with continued signs of climate change. Rising sea levels, snow melt, heat buildup in the oceans, and melting Arctic sea ice and Greenland ice sheets, all broke or nearly broke records, but temperatures only sneaked into the top 10.