Because of trough, Earl is going where few hurricanes have gone before; but more may follow

Earl’s path along northeast is not well-worn

Forget gut instinct, computer models and mathematics tell forecasters where storms go

Thanks to high-tech, storm track easier to predict

Scientists’ long-range forecast: Much more of the same: A century of heat, fires, floods

Long, hot summer of fire, floods fits predictions

Scientists’ long-range forecast: More, much more of the same; a century of heat, fires, floods

Long hot summer of fire and floods fit predictions

SKorea says rocket carrying observation satellite believed to have exploded in flight

SKorea says rocket believed to have exploded

SKorea launches satellite a day after delay due to fire safety problems

SKorea launches satellite after delay

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea has launched a rocket carrying a satellite meant to study climate change a day after the ambitious project was delayed due to malfunctioning firefighting equipment.

Oil spill commission co-chairman says panel would have subpoena power to probe Gulf disaster

Graham: Spill panel would have subpoena power

AP Exclusive: US spill panel includes climate experts, may tackle broader energy questions

President Barack Obama

Coast Guard: New leak from spot where platform exploded, sank in Gulf of Mexico

Coast Guard: New oil leak in Gulf of Mexico

7.7 quake hits off Indonesia’s Sumatra island; no immediate reports of widespread damage

7.7 quake strikes off Indonesia’s Sumatra island

7.8 quake hits off Indonesia’s Sumatra island; tsunami watch issued

7.8 quake strikes off Indonesia’s Sumatra island

Study: Global warming could explain why Northeast is seeing more, and fiercer, rainstorms

Study: Northeast seeing more, fiercer rainstorms

Tsunami that raced across Pacific delivers glancing blow to islands, Asian coasts

Hawaii beaches peaceful again after tsunami threat

Tsunami warning lifted in Pacific after small waves reach Japan, Russia

Tsunami warning lifted; Waves reach Japan, Russia

Tsunami from Chile reaches Japan; Hawaii, other Pacific areas spared damage

Chile tsunami reaches Japan; Pacific damage small

Hype reigns in winter, but some forecasters bristle at AccuWeather’s ’snowicane’ prediction

Snowpocalypse to snowicane: Hype reigns in winter

Experts settle hurricane and global warming feud; predict bigger storms, but fewer ones

Study: Warming to bring stronger hurricanes

Study: Gravel beaches trapping 20,000 gallons of oil from 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill

Gravel beaches trapping oil from 1989 Exxon spill

Michigan State research team develops global warming climate model to aid East African farmers

MSU experts help East Africa model climate change

Hundreds evacuate homes as flood-isolated Aussie town declared disaster zone, sees river rise

Flooded Australian town declared disaster zone