Alarming findings were released with the National Climate Assessment report on Tuesday.
Among the data was startling impacts on the Northeast states, a region of 64 million people, CNN's Indra Petersons reports.
Watch Petersons and Michaela Pereira examine the implications of flooding, temperatures, and even hurricane activity on the region above.
A Nigerian father recalls the night his daughters were kidnapped. The head of U.S. Veterans Affairs says he won't resign amid a scandal. And Monica Lewinsky says it's time to ditch the beret and blue dress.
It's Wednesday, and here are the 5 things to know for your "New Day."
1. NIGERIAN GIRLS
Families torn apart: A father recalls with anguish the night his two daughters were snatched from their beds at an all-girls school in rural Nigeria. Boko Haram militants bombed the school compound and loaded the girls into waiting trucks. The militants' leader says he'll sell the more than 200 girls into slavery. The Nigerian government says it's searching for them, but the father says he's seen no sign of the military. Recovery of the girls seems a distant hope right now.