The worst landslide in sixty years in China may be part of the aftermath of a devastating 2008 earthquake. Some of the country's problems with land use and over-development may also have played a role.
A mix of weather patterns across the country have left the east coast high and dry as the south struggles with flooding.
The slippery physics of ice are lubricating avalanche falls.
Journalists on a boat in Kootenay Lake in British Columbia witnessed a landslide rip out trees along the lake shore in front of them.
Landslides could send a tsunami more than 1,000 feet high washing over the island of Hawaii.
Weather scientists see upper air links between Russian heat and Asian floods -- and signs of global warming.