Syukuro Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann were cited for their work in “the physical modeling of Earth’s climate ... and reliably predicting global warming.”
NEW YORK (AP) — Martin J. Sherwin, a leading scholar of atomic weapons who in “A World Destroyed” challenged support for the U.S. bombing of Japan and spent more than two decades researching the pioneering physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer for the Pulitzer Prize-winning “American Prometheus,” has died.
NEW YORK (AP) — Martin J. Sherwin, a leading scholar of atomic weapons who in “A World Destroyed” challenged support for the U.S. bombing of J…
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In late 2017, an intriguing object flew through our solar system. Its speed and steep trajectory told scientists it was from interstellar spac…
The Weather Guys explain what holds clouds up and why some are fluffy on top but flat on the bottom.
The early evening eastern sky has had an absence of bright planets since Mars appeared in that part of the sky in November. Finally, a bright light appears in the southeast shortly before 10 p.m. and by the end of the month it will have already climbed above the horizon when twilight darkens.
Wednesday had code orange air quality and the worst particulate pollution in 13 years. Much of that wildfire smoke then swept off to the south…
A hazy, potentially harmful pall of smoke passed over Virginia on Wednesday, a downwind consequence of the wildfires raging across portions of…
Smoke from wildfires burning across central Canada and the western United States is casting a hazy, potentially harmful pall over Virginia.
Christina Perri has credited the "power of inner work and healing" with helping her and her family to move forward after two painful losses.
Lady Penny Lancaster Stewart had a "magical experience" when she climbed a mountain to honour fallen police officers as part of the annual Light the Lakes fundraiser.
It doesn't matter what the calendar says; Lorde says it's summer, so it's summer. The New Zealand mood-pop sensation returned last week with this light, airy, upbeat celebration of the sun, which nods to A Tribe Called Quest ("can I kick it? Yeah, I can!" Lorde says, sounding, gulp, happy) and is genetically engineered by producer Jack Antonoff to get the summer party rolling. You have no choice but to submit.
After decades of the topics of alien life forms and unidentified flying objects (UFOs) being primarily relegated to science fiction, these iss…
Sound travels fast, and so did speculation about what caused the house-rattling boom heard by some residents in Hampton Roads on Monday morning.
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Scientists have traced the locations of multiple mysterious fast radio bursts back to their origins with help from the Hubble Space Telescope -- and it's not what they expected.