In the second round of the Democratic debates, Andrew Yang said his platform would provide Americans with the resources they need to adapt to climate change.
Historic flooding this year is setting back planting season. Climate change will force farmers to adjust to similarly brutal weather events in the future.
Sierra Waver gathers her belongings in Trotwood, Ohio, near Dayton, on May 28th, 2019, after powerful tornadoes ripped through the state overnight.
The storm will affect communities across several regions that are still struggling to recover from March's bomb cyclone.
Is Fair Oaks Farms bringing transparency to large-scale agriculture—or something more like propaganda?
As this water emergency quickly becomes a public-health crisis, here's what officials are reporting.
A soybean farmer explains the challenges facing farmers if Trump's trade war continues.
Trump is citing the polar vortex descending on the Midwest as evidence against climate change. Why is this faulty logic so common?
How shifting economies, demographics, and provincial neighborhoods shaped the well-known accents of many Midwestern cities.
A Lobbying group in Illinois is weakening regulations from the Army Corps of Engineers that prevents towns from building levees that harm their neighbors.
In Chicago, the Rohingya have seen deep communal and governmental support to acclimate to life in the states, and to advocate for their people from abroad. In Milwaukee, the community hopes to follow suit.