The latest news on natural disasters
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is one federal agencies that seems to excel at wasting taxpayer money.
Another way to pose the question: Do you want to sink or swim?
We must identify successes and mistakes to optimize usefulness of data collected during an emergency.
The federal agency is too bureaucratic to be effective in their disaster relief efforts.
Storm systems stretching from the Mexican to Canadian border bring heavy rain and strong winds.
Sea-level rise associated with climate change could put more than 2 million homes at risk.
Tokyo has a 70 percent chance of getting hit by a magnitude-7 earthquake in next four years.
LiDAR technology can be used to predict natural disasters.
An ice skating phenomenon might explain the snowball effect behind icy avalanches.
In 2011, almost biblical onslaught of natural disasters cause at least $1 billion in damage.