Drought in America
A severe drought grips much of the United States, potentially threatening the livelihood of farmers
Food prices expected to rise as drought continues
Dwindling corn crop means higher feed prices for dairy and livestock farmers -- and in turn consumers; Prices could rise 10% in coming months
Deere income up, but well short of expectations
While net income rose 11 percent, company was hit hard by a weakening global economy and prolonged drought in the U.S.
Amid drought, hummingbirds get some human help
Millions of migratory birds are on the move and encountering fewer wildflowers due to fires, drought, and climate change
Some midwesterners find faucets running dry
Drought and lack of running water in homes in Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and Indiana makes for expensive headache
Could the drought, heat bring energy blackouts?
A record season for drought and high temperatures strains the nation's power supply in numerous ways
Forecasters: Drought will continue through November
Government forecasters say the Great Drought of 2012 will likely continue, at least, through November. Jim Axelrod reports on the impact it's having on America's heartland.
Drought threatens some Texans' livelihoods
High temperatures continue to batter Texas, prolonging a drought that is putting the livelihood of lifelong farmers and ranchers at risk. Manuel Bojorquez visits with struggling ranchers in Sulfur Springs.
Massive drought strikes U.S.
Report says 55 percent of the continental U.S. is in moderate to extreme drought