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2 hrs ago | Federal Emergency Management Agency
September is National Preparedness Month and Pacific Northwest coastal communities are leading by example.
4 hrs ago | Homer Tribune
A false alarm went off Tuesday morning on the NOAA Early Warning Detection System that alerts the public in case of an impending tsunami.
5 hrs ago | Film School Rejects
The sadly ridiculous details of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's election and recall fight are just part of the backdrop for this documentary about the U.S. Supreme Court's "Citizen United" ruling and the rise of the Tea Party.
10 hrs ago | The Japan Times
In this photo provided by a Tokyo Electric Power Co. employee, workers await instructions in the control room for reactors 1 and 2 at Fukushima No.
'Your cowardly lack of leadership has left a gaping hole': Parents of SEAL Team Six soldier killed in action call for President Obama's resignation in searing open letter about his handling of ISIS Are your iCloud photos STILL at risk? Apple unable to offer any assurances to millions of users 24 hours after hackers leaked 101 celebrities' naked ... (more)
A conservative estimate of 800 people - the crowd may have been larger than 1,000 - gathered at Austin Park in Skaneateles this morning for an "Ice Bucket Tidal Wave," organized to raise money and awareness about those suffering from Amytrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS - a degenerative disease that shuts down life sustaining muscles.
AUTHORITIES investigating why tens of thousands of fish have died out en masse at a lake in western Mexico say it was not due to natural causes.
Steve Connor is the Science Editor of The Independent. He has won many awards for his journalism, including five-times winner of the prestigious British science writers' award; the David Perlman Award of the American Geophysical Union; twice commended as specialist journalist of the year in the UK Press Awards; UK health journalist of the year and ... (more)
Tom Ruhlman, as a young father, with his daughter Jessica on a visit to Puerto Rico, in the late 1980s.
Nicholas Peck, who worked for 30 years as a Thames Valley Police diver will join 10 others on the 500 mile ride from Bangkok to Phuket A retired police diver is taking the plunge and preparing for a bumpy ride when he cycles more than 500 miles across Thailand.
On national disaster prevention day, Japan's government is urging people to stock up on toilet paper, because more than 40 percent of the nation's supply comes from a high-risk earthquake zone.
SPRING has sprung. Or has it? The b-a-a-a-a-d news is that September 1 is not the start of spring.
This is the first of a two-part series on incorporating disaster risk reduction into the Sustainable Development Goals .
Workers conduct operations to construct an underground ice wall at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'
We can always tell when the first snow is coming. We don't know the day or the hour, but as the temperature slowly descends, the leaves fall from the trees, the sun rises later and sets sooner, the afternoon breeze is no longer a comfort from the heat, but a deliverer of the cold air; we know that the time is ripe for that first snowflake to fall.
The world's current record holder stands at 5.5 MW, a prototype with the potential to power 1,100 households each year.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:47 pm
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