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An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck off Japan on Wednesday, the United States Geological Survey said.
An earthquake of magnitude 7.9 hit southeast of Chiniak, Alaska at a depth of 10 km on Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said
Last year's devastating wildfire season may accelerate the trend of private insurers not renewing policies in fire-hazard areas.
Deadly storms driven by 90-mph wind gusts threw transportation across much of northern Europe into chaos Thursday, USA Today reports.
Unusually arctic conditions continued to roil the South on Wednesday.
Authorities said Thursday that up to 43 people are still missing from deadly mudslides in Southern California.
This shatters the $215 billion record previously set in 2005, says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Last month's spate of wildfires included the largest in California history.
After weeks of wildfires, heavy rain is now devastating parts of Santa Barbara County with flash floods and mudslides.
NBC News' Kirk Hawkins reports on the aftermath of deadly mudslides in California.
An earthquake of 7.6 magnitude struck the Caribbean Tuesday evening, according to the United States Geological Survey.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on the massive mudslide in Los Angeles, California killing at least five people.
A strong storm batters Southern California, triggering mudslides, destroying homes and leaving at least 15 people dead.
The NOAA report also said 2017 was the third-warmest year on record.
The big freeze that's gripped much of the country is having another chilling effect—on economic activity.
Southern California officials warn a major rainstorm next week could soak recent fire areas and bring mudslides, floods and debris flows.