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Out of approximately 20,000 shipwrecks in U.S. waters, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently identified 36 sunken vessels that most threaten to disgorge their oily innards. Continue reading →
Mexico's 'Smoking Mountain,' Popocatepetl Volcano, is living up to its Aztec name.
Seventy-five percent of the world's tornadoes occur in the United States, yet few people who live in 'Tornado Alley' have proper storm shelters.
A very cold spring has left some lakes slow to thaw. But that doesn't mean global warming as vanished, sadly. Continue reading →
After months of drifting across the North Atlantic, a luckless, abandoned cruise ship may have finally sunk beneath the waves.
How do you protect yourself from a tornado that reaches 2 miles wide with wind gusts above 200 miles per hour?
Violent tornadoes hit the same spot twice -- west of Moore, Oklahoma.
See a short history of the most powerful tornadoes to touch down on U.S. soil.
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