OSLO (Reuters) - A melt of ice on Greenland and Antarctica is likely to be less severe than expected this century, limiting sea level rise to a maximum of 69 cm (27 inches), an international study said on Tuesday. Full story
Updated at 9:30 a.m. ET. A mysterious Viking sundial found in Greenland may have helped the ancient mariners sail at the same north-south latitude across the Atlantic, new research suggests. Full story
There is currently a massive storm churning over the Atlantic that spans the entire ocean basin, stretching all the way from Canada to Europe, and from Greenland to the Caribbean. Full story
A new study published in ‘Science’ found the ice in Greenland is melting five times faster than in the early 90s, part of what accounts for a 20 percent rise in sea level over the past two decades. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.
Greenland’s receding ice has exposed vast deposits of valuable minerals and new opportunities for an island in economic decline.
Ezra Klein shares NASA imagery showing the sudden and dramatic melting of Greenland's ice sheet.
A tourist rides out the waves in this YouTube video as he captures the moment an iceberg breaks off a glacier in Greenland. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
A small town is remembering Michael Maloney, the beloved police chief who was gunned down just two days before he was to retire. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports on the latest and whether the killing of police officers is becoming a worrying trend.
NASA's new Earth-bound rover, GROVER, which stands for both Greenland Rover and Goddard Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Research, in Summit Camp, the highest spot in Greenland, is shown in this May 10, 2013 release. GROVER is an autonomous, solar-operated robot that carries a ground-pe
Kim Ernst, the Danish chef of Roklubben restaurant, which is nestled by a frozen lake near a former Cold War-era U.S. military base, looks over his greenhouse in Kangerlussaq March 5, 2013. On the Arctic Circle, Ernst has been growing the kind of vegetables and herbs - potatoes, thyme, tomatoes, gre