Twenty years ago the devastating 6.7 magnitude earthquake that killed 75 people and left 125,000 homeless shook California. CNBC's Jane Wells reports then and now.» Read More
Insight on the 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Virginia and the nation's capitol Thursday, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
CNBC's news team weigh in on today's rally in the markets after Virginia was hit with a 5.9 magnitude earthquake.
CNBC's Bill Griffeth has the details on President Obama's conference call with officials after today's earthquake.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen with the latest details on today 5.9 magnitude quake and its impact on transportation.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau & Hampton Pearson with details on the 5.9 magnitude quake in Virginia and its impact on the airline industry and Washington, DC.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered northwest of Richmond, Va., shook much of Washington, D.C. Click for scenes from the moments following the earthquake.
The CNBC news team with a look at today's earthquake and how the markets have reacted.
The CNBC news team reports on today's 5.9 magnitude earthquake and its impact on the markets, with Ira Epstein, The Linn Group, and Mark Zoback, Stanford University geologist, Rowena Lohman, Cornell Univerisity, and Kate Hutton, Caltech seismologist weigh in on the probability of earthquakes and aftershocks on the East coast.
CNBC's Diana Olick describes what it felt like when the earthquake hit in the Washington, DC area and the resulting damage.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports outside the NYSE on the earthquake and CNBC's Bill Griffeth reports on transporation delays and damage at the Pentagon.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan with an update on the markets after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake hit the Virginia area, and Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington describes what it felt like in Washington, DC.
Offices throughout Manhattan were rocked by the 6.0 earthquake today.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports all systems are operating normally on the floor of the NYSE after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake hits Virginia, sending tremors across the Eastern Seaboard and as far west as Ohio and Michigan.
A 5.9 magnitude earthquake hits Virginia, sending tremors as far north as Martha's Vineyard, where President Obama is vacationing and as far west as Detroit.
The post-tsunami recovery of the Japanese economy is being hampered by the strong yen and the country needs a more concerted effort to get nuclear power stations up and running again, analysts told CNBC Monday.
Rikuzen Takata, a seaside town in Japan's northeastern prefecture of Iwate, was one of the hardest hit communities after the March 11 tragedy. Survivors say the political gridlock in Tokyo is starving them of money they need to rebuild. CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports.
The Japanese people are fighting hard to get the economy out of the slump that has followed the devastating earthquake and tsunami that blasted parts of the island nation in March, a Nomura analyst told CNBC Monday.
Despite March's catastrophic earthquake and a seven percent drop in the Nikkei, Japan could be on the verge of a turnaround, with Paul Sheard, Nomura Securities.
The Bank of Japan kept monetary policy steady on Friday in a sign that a first-quarter economic slump did not change the central bank's view that growth will pick up late this year when the wounds from the devastating earthquake begin to heal.
The odd looking goya has long been a popular ingredient in Japanese cuisine, but a Tokyo restaurant chain is now growing the courgette-shaped bitter melon to create “green curtains” outside the windows of several hundred of its eateries. The FT reports.