Over just the past few months, we've seen unprecedented disasters, not just in the United States, but all over the world.
Natural disasters are coming fast and furious around the globe. About 6,000 people have been evacuated from the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu because of an erupting volcano.
It's been a week since Hurricane Maria made landfall in eastern Puerto Rico, and hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans living in remote villages remain cut off from the world, after the storm trashed power grids, tore up roads, downed cell towers
More than 35,000 people have been evacuated from the Indonesian tourist island of Bali amid fears a volcano will erupt for the first time since 1963, when 1,100 people died.
President Trump said Tuesday that he would visit the devastated island of Puerto Rico next Tuesday, describing the island as "literally destroyed" after a direct hit by Hurricane Maria.
Fears of an imminent eruption on the Indonesian tourist island of Bali have led to the evacuation of an estimated 50,000 people.
A food truck, who was offering free food to utility workers, was kicked out of town for not having a permit. But he couldn't get a permit, because city hall was closed.
CALIFORNIA has been struck by a swarm of 28 earthquakes in just 24 hours as fears of a "big one" cause alarm across the US state.
A week after then-category 4 Hurricane Maria made landfall in densely populated eastern Puerto Rico, electricity remains offline across most of the island, while supplies of staples like gas, food and water are dwindling. Shelters on the island are r
First there was Harvery, followed by Irma, next is Jose and that will be followed by Maria. And there are more to come. I marvel about how many people do not know about the publicly available information on weather modficiation programs.
Since the end of August, calamitous hurricanes have dominated the news cycle. From Harvey to Irma to Maria, which grew from a Category 1 to a Category 5 storm in just half a day, many people want to stay informed about the struggle and damage these n
A new school year is almost here. If your children attend school outside your home, have you ever thought about what would happen if their school was closed for an extended period of time?
MEXICO CITY -- On one of Mexico City's trendiest streets, lined with art galleries, cafes and gourmet restaurants, taco vendor Luis Miguel Osorio and his wife and daughter worked rapidly Wednesday to serve food to the victims, volunteers and emerg
Hurricane Maria caused so much devastation that there is no telling when electricity will be restored. There is no power on the entire island, casting 3.4 million people back in time by 100 years.
offering free abortion services to survivors...(Natural News) In a blatant affront to the sensibilities of pro-Life Americans, one Texas-based abortion provider is offering its services free to pregnant women who managed to survive Hurricane Harvey.
"weather weaponization" may be the culprit...(Natural News) Puerto Rico has just received a direct hit from Hurricane Maria, a category-4 storm with 155 mph winds at its core. The "weather bombing" of the bankrupt U.S. territory of Puerto Ri
Hurricane Harvey, which battered Texas over the past week, offers the clearest lesson why Congress should not perpetuate the federal National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which expires at the end of September. The ravages in Houston and elsewhere
A powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan near Fukushima.
of Destructive Winds and Flooding...Hurricane Maria, a Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, became the strongest Puerto Rico landfalling hurricane since before the Great Depression, and continues to lash the island and the nearby Vi
is a farce that ends in tragedy..."A 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck near Mexico City, killing scores throughout the region, reducing buildings to rubble and sending thousands fleeing in panic during the second temblor this month.
I try to spend at least part of every year on the beach. Now that I live in the southwest, my go-to beach vacation spot tends to be in southern California. But while I was living in Florida in the 1980s, Key West was one of my favorites.
In less than two days, Hurricane Maria has strengthened from a tropical storm to a powerful category five hurricane, dubbed in no uncertain terms as "catastrophic" by the NHC. Though it has been downgraded to a category 4 overnight, the storm made la
bacteria rises dramatically...(Natural News) Though the local utility companies have done an outstanding job restoring power to much of the state, more than 1 million Floridians remain without power following Hurricane Irma.
Even as the damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma is still being tallied, a preliminary assessment released last week by Black Knight Financial Services estimated that as many as 300,000 borrowers in the vicinity of Houston could become delinquent o
Red Alert: HOUSTON OFFICIALS WARN LOCAL RESIDENTS TO USE GAS MASKS AS C-130 GUNSHIPS RAIN DOWN TOXIC SPRAY IN FIGHT AGAINST MOSQUITOS. THE PROBLEM IS, WHAT IF A RESIDENT AND THEIR FAMILY CANNOT AFFORD TO BUY GAS MASKS? WILL THE SAME BE DONE TO PEOPLE
THE WORST NEWS OF HER LIFE...Mark Webster for Liberty Writers News reports, Jennifer Lawrence may be one of Hollywood's brightest stars -- but her allure isn't immune to controversy.
THAT EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD HEAR...Danny Gold for Liberty Writers reports, Last night Melania Trump stole the show during the White House Historical Association dinner. It was a normally event, that is until Melania took the stage and dropped a truth
(Natural News) Regardless of which side of the political spectrum you are on, most of us can agree on the fact that looters are the scum of the earth.
Preppers often wonder what it would be like if everything was destroyed in a disaster. After Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean, it didn't take long before society began to devolve. The stories of survivors tell us that here's no food, no wa