Dinah Voyles Pulver, USA TODAY

Dinah Voyles Pulver

USA TODAY

Florida, United States

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Recent articles by Dinah:

Climate change puts a different spin on fly fishing for once skeptical anglers

Immersed in their environments, fly fishers have an all too close look at the changing climate, making activists of many who were once doubted. → Read More

As hurricane season approaches, experts say to beware of more rapidly intensifying storms

The past two hurricane seasons have been busier than normal with more rapidly intensifying hurricanes, which means people should prepare even earlier → Read More

Worst bird flu in years drives up egg prices, prompts precautions against spread to humans

Avian bird flu has killed 24 million domestic birds in the US, driving up egg prices and prompting calls for precautions against the spread to humans. → Read More

A new threat emerges for US lakes and rivers. Your lawn or toilet may be partly to blame.

50 years after the Clean Water Act and amid climate change's impact across the U.S., America faces new pollution problems in its lakes and rivers. → Read More

Powerful tornadoes are relatively rare in the New Orleans area. Is global warming changing that?

While scientists have linked droughts, wildfires and flooding to the warming climate, connections to tornado activity are more difficult to discern. → Read More

UN panel's grim climate change report: 'Parts of the planet will become uninhabitable'

Life in some locations on the planet is rapidly reaching the point where it will be too hot for the species that live there to survive,report says. → Read More

Preventing the next COVID-19 would be cheaper, safer than fighting a pandemic, study says

Preventing diseases from skipping from wildlife to people would save lives and billions in costs, a new study finds. → Read More

Kentucky tornado latest in growing trend of Southern twisters that risk ecological disaster

Dozens of hazardous facilities along the 200-mile track of a tornado in Kentucky highlight the scope of environmental risks. → Read More

Tornado warning: Death and destruction are spreading eastward across the South

The threat of tornadoes has increased in much of the South while it’s generally gone down slightly in the Plains states known as “Tornado Alley.” → Read More

Watches, warnings, the EF scale and risk: How the National Weather Service talks tornadoes

Quick and accurate communication in the event of potential tornado development saves lives, experts say — as long as people speak the language. → Read More

Militia member didn't meet with Secret Service before Capitol riot, her attorney now says

The lawyer’s original motion raised questions about whether the Secret Service had coordinated with paramilitary groups. → Read More

'We are coming for them': Feds charge West Coast Proud Boys leader in Capitol riot investigation

Feds continue to scrutinize extremist group in Capitol riot investigation → Read More

'We are coming for them': Feds charge West Coast Proud Boys leader in Capitol riot investigation

Feds continue to scrutinize extremist group in Capitol riot investigation → Read More

'We are coming for them': Feds charge West Coast Proud Boys leader in Capitol riot investigation

Feds continue to scrutinize extremist group in Capitol riot investigation → Read More

As Capitol riot arrests climb, FBI says extremist Oath Keepers conspired in attack

The charges are among a number of more serious crimes alleged as the riot investigation begins its third week. → Read More

Retired Pennsylvania firefighter arrested, accused of throwing extinguisher at Capitol police

The extinguisher hit three Capitol officers, authorities say, but was not involved in the death of an officer who also was struck by an extinguisher. → Read More

Off-duty Virginia police officers arrested for their roles in the U.S. Capitol riot

The two men were photographed inside the Capitol in front of a statue of John Stark and making an obscene gesture in the photo, the DOJ says. → Read More

Elections expert Q&A: No evidence of fraud and fail-safes everywhere in US voting system

Voter fraud claims lack merit, according to the founder of the nonpartisan Fair Elections Center, who urges Americans to trust the results. → Read More

Judge 'shocked' USPS disregarded order for postal inspectors to search for undelivered ballots

USPS facilities in some crucial battleground states had not been searched, leaving questions about whether all ballots had been delivered in time. → Read More

USPS Service blows deadline to check for missing ballots. About 300,000 can't be traced

The window is closing fast. The deadline for mail-in ballots either ends as the polls close tonight or has already passed in 29 states. → Read More