People in southwest Iceland remained on edge Saturday, waiting to see whether a volcano rumbling under the Reykjanes Peninsula will erupt.
As volcanic and seismic activity continues to rattle southwestern Iceland with thousands of small earthquakes, scientists remain on alert, still declaring that there is a "significant likelihood" of volcanic eruption in the coming days.
Residents of a fishing town in southwestern Iceland left their homes Saturday after increasing concern about a potential volcanic eruption caused civil defense authorities to declare a state of emergency in the region.
It’s been more than two months since wildfires broke out across Hawaii, and some families are just now able to begin the cleanup and rebuilding process.
Federal authorities have started removing hazardous materials from the Maui wildfires and laying the groundwork to dispose of burnt cars, buildings and other debris.
Salt water from the Gulf of Mexico has moved further up the Mississippi, threatening drinking water in communities that rely on the river for fresh water.
A powerful earthquake struck Morocco late Friday night, killing more than 2,000 people and damaging buildings and historic landmarks in major cities.
Death toll in Maui has surpassed 100
It has been one month since deadly floods devastated parts of Bucks County and, as residents are still trying to pick up the pieces, they are worried it could happen again.
The 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck about 65 miles south of Sand Point, Alaska.
The Juniper Fire has been fully contained but the cause of the fire remains under investigation.
It was centered in the Gulf of California, also known as the Sea of Cortez, about 81 miles east of the resort of Cabo San Lucas.
Authorities cautioned that thousands more remain within the permanent danger zone below Mayon, which has long been declared off limits.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 4.9 struck southern Haiti early Tuesday, killing at least four people and injuring 36 others, authorities said.
A snowy avalanche in northern Pakistan killed 11 people Saturday, including a 4-year-old boy, and injured 25 from a nomadic tribe as they crossed a mountainous area with their goat herds, police said.
The avalanche rolled down the Armancette glacier in Contamines-Montjoie, in the Haute-Savoie region.
An eruption in 1985 caused the deaths of more than 25,000 people.
Some experts believe extreme weather triggered by America’s unique geography creates dangers explaining that it takes people to turn those hazards into disasters.
There will be no more hurricanes named Fiona and Ian, according to officials with the World Meteorological Organization, after last year's hurricane season that wreaked havoc on various communities in the Caribbean, the U.S., and Canada.
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