Emails show new EPA chief's cozy ties with fuel industry
Dozens of emails reviewed by The Associated Press underscore the cozy ties between the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency and those that profit from burning fossil fuels
Revealing documentary on the youth at the heart of the Standing Rock protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline
For months, The International Indigenous Youth Council, known for their commitment to peaceful ceremony, has helped steer the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's efforts to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline.
San Jose mayor admits failures in flood evacuation order
The mayor of San Jose acknowledged that the city failed to properly notify residents to evacuate during a flood emergency early Wednesday when some people said they got their first notice by seeing firefighters in boats in the neighborhood
In hot water: Climate change harms hot spots of ocean life
A new study says the six ocean hot spots that teem with the biggest mix of species are getting hit hard by global warming and industrial fishing
Cute calf video draws activists fearful of animal's fate
A New Hampshire farm that posted a video of a newborn calf is coming under fire from animal rights supporters who don't want the animal to be slaughtered
Flooding forces scores to evacuate in Northern California
More than 200 people were evacuated near San Jose, California, as contaminated flood water continued to rise after a reservoir overflowed because of heavy storms.
Record-breaking winter heat hits the Midwest
ABC News meteorologist Rob Marciano reports from Chicago on how the city is responding to record-breaking February temperatures.
Downstream communities brace for flooding as dams overflow
Communities downstream from a Northern California reservoir gushing water for the first time in 20 years braced for flash floods and evacuations after authorities warned them to prepare for rising rivers and creeks
California’s wet weather has some believing the drought is over
A statewide downpour brought chaos to Californians this week, but it also provided some welcome relief to the state's 20 million residents who have suffered from drought conditions for more than four years. The record precipitation now has some experts declaring the drought over. The beginning The
Hundreds rescued from California floodwaters in San Jose
Rescuers chest-deep in water have steered boats full of people, babies and pets, from a San Francisco Bay neighborhood inundated by water from an overflowing creek Tuesday