Activists say accident is soiling Gaviota coast, a Mediterranean-climate region of which there are only five in the world, and will be closed off for weeks or months
As we await more information on the train derailment in Philadelphia on Tuesday night it should be noted that the FBI put out several warnings since 9-11 on possible sabotage of US trains.
FBI says no indication that terrorism was a factor in Philadelphia derailment that killed at least five and left six critically injured.
Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed in mountainous terrain so rugged and remote that authorities must be flown in by helicopter, which will make recovering the bodies and determining what went wrong a slow, punishing task indeed.
What did the Ebola "crisis" accomplish? Are we really done with Ebola? If so, why is the Ebola vaccine being rolled out next month just after the Christmas shopping season?Entered By: Dave Hodges
People in San Luis Obispo County received a series of unsettling, erroneous emergency alerts Friday as repairs were being made to a nuclear power plant's siren system, including a vague cellphone message that told them to "prepare for action."
Earlier today we reported that despite, or rather due to, all the confusing propaganda from either side, it was not exactly clear whether and how far away from Baghdad the ISIS offensive had been halted (if at all).
The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad is preparing contingency plans to evacuate its employees if necessary now that one of the deadliest Islamic militant groups in the region has taken control of large swaths of Iraq, a U.S. official told TheBlaze.
A large earthquake struck Chile, killing at least six people. Hundreds of prisoners also escaped a women's prison damaged during the event. The magnitude 8.2 quake was centered off the coast of the country of 17 million people. People up to 300 m
Military radar indicates that the missing Boeing 777 jet may have turned back before vanishing, Malaysia's air force chief said Sunday as authorities were investigating up to four passengers with suspicious identifications. The revelations add to th
Aid officials rushed to evacuate more women, children and elderly from rebel-held areas that have been blockaded by government troops for more than a year in Syria's third-largest city, Homs, after a U.N.-brokered cease-fire in the city was renewed f
Federal agency asks companies for operational support in event of national emergency
When Japanese Professor Toshihide Tsuda of Okayama University sat down with leaders from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment, talk about citywide evacuation near the Fukushima nuclear breakdown site began.
The areas hardest-hit are difficult to reach, but communities report large numbers of houses and buildings destroyed.
Heavy rain and strong winds from Typhoon Man-yi have caused the Katsura river to burst its banks and caused damage to buildings across western Japan as the storm made landfall on Monday.
At least one death, more than a quarter million evacuate.
Flooding that killed at least three people in Colorado, toppling buildings and stranding drivers, worsened overnight as record rains pounded the state, forcing thousands more residents to flee to higher ground, officials said.
An entire community cut off, firefighters huddled on the side of a mountain after water swept their truck away, and -- with rescue helicopters grounded -- no way to reach them.
The Southern California Edison’s San Onofre nuclear power plant has often fallen under scrutiny for creating dangerous conditions that some have worried could result in California’s Fukushima. The plant was shut down over radioactive leaks in January
But Decatur Utilities in Decatur, Ala. told Huntsville’s WAFF-TV Thursday evening that its crews were denied the opportunity to work in Seaside Heights, N.J. because they’re not affiliated with a union.
Seven hundred firefighters are struggling to extinguish a blaze at a German Kraft Foods factory, hours after a chemical leak triggered a mass evacuation. One thousand eight hundred people were removed from the area.
More than 50,000 people in Louisiana's Tangipahoa Parish have been ordered to immediately evacuate as water from Tropical Storm Isaac is threatening to overwhelm a dam nearby in Mississippi, NBC News reports.
The Philippines’ capital has been paralyzed by fast moving floods that poured into the city from surrounding dams, overflowing after 12 days of monsoon downpours.
In a blog post titled "Dig Deeper: Same Wisdom Applied to Sexual Risk Avoidance as Wildfire," published Wednesday on CitizenLink, the news and political arm of Focus on the Family, abstinence education analyst Chad Hills breaks it down.
Eastbound train carrying vehicles and a westbound train crashed about 10:08 a.m. Sunday. Three Union Pacific Railroad crewmembers remain missing.
The Waldo Canyon fire, which officials here called "very aggressive," spread in three directions and displaced about 11,000 people from their homes as fires continued to burn statewide Sunday.
Maine shipyard says four injured people have been treated and released.
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Something awful is happening in the waters off Peru's northern coast, where some 3,000 dolphins have died and washed ashore since January.