Global temperatures soared past previous records this year. Scientists say it's what they expect to see as the climate keeps changing.
This summer has already been awfully hot in the southern Plains and the Gulf Coast. Now, a large portion of the U.S. will face a prolonged period of dangerous heat.
The subjects were assigned to one of two rooms: 68 degrees or a sweat-inducing 86 degrees. Then they were told to play a computer game that can bring out the worst in human nature.
So yes, some people in India love their lassi so much that they mix up the drink in a washing machine! Heat researcher Gulrez Azhar says it's a healthful way to cope with summer heat.
Hot summer temperatures can make you anxious and irritable and dull your thinking. Here's what researchers think is going on.
A historic heat wave that has gripped the U.S. Southwest throughout July, blasting residents and baking surfaces like brick, is beginning to abate with the late arrival of monsoon rains.
Extreme heat killed more people in the U.S. last year than hurricanes, floods, lightning or tornadoes. One expert says it doesn't have to be this way.
Multiple organ failure, heart attack and kidney failure are the primary ways people die in extreme heat. Read on to find out how to stay safe in the heat wave.
As heat waves hit the U.S., delivery drivers are especially vulnerable to rising temperatures. Workers at some of the biggest delivery companies are pushing for more protection against extreme heat.
Amid extreme heat, there are few federal protections for workers during hot temperatures. The Biden administration wants to change that but the rule making process is long and the heat won't wait.