News bites: NOAA says US winter warmer, wetter than average

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) data released Monday showed this past winter was warmer and wetter than average, USA Today reports.

Wired dives into a study that says climate change is making vegetation in northern regions more similar to that of southern latitudes.

Reuters says Taiwan stands to benefit the most from a solar trade spat involving the European Union, United States and China.

The Associated Press has the latest on oil prices.