Lava from a slow-moving flow ignited a house on Hawaii's Big Island, the first home to catch fire in a town threatened by the eruption.
A 2,000-degree lava front inches closer to homes in the Hawaiian town of Pahoa, on Hawaii's Big Island.
Lava from a slow-erupting volcano has reached within yards (several meters) of homes on Hawaii's Big Island.
Fragments of corals, shells and coarse sand in a natural sinkhole suggest that a mighty tsunami hit the Hawaiian Islands about 500 years ago.
Slow-moving lava from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano is about a week away from homes and farms in the Kaohe Homesteads neighborhood.
Hurricanes Iselle and Bertha threaten the United States this week.
An expansion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument would protect one of the few large unspoiled sections of ocean waters on the planet. Continue reading â†’
President Obama announces the expansion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument from almost 87,000 square miles to nearly 782,000 square miles.
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