Deadly protests in Charlottesville called terrorism by definition, California fights rapidly spreading wildfire, and other news.
Is there a magical shield protecting the beaches where many Washingtonians vacation and have second homes? Will a hurricane ever directly strike these shores?
Trees were downed, thousands lost power, and a weak tornado may have struck downtown Washington as severe weather swept through the region on Thursday.
A new bill looks to bolster cyber security at HHS, the wildfire in the Shenandoah worsens, Colorado announces a mild wildfire outlook, the cause of a recent North Carolina wildfire is determined, the GAO expresses concerns over U.S. power grid vulnerability to electromagnetic threats, and a power company hires hackers to test its security.
The FBI Director says that it cost more than $1.3 million to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, U.S. authorities discover a new tunnel between Mexico and California, a study projects earthquake risk in Utah over the next 50 years, and Cisco discovers widespread vulnerability to a serious ransomware threat.
Wildfires burn in the East, Water agencies in California urge regulators to ease drought restrictions, death tolls rise after earthquakes in Ecuador and Japan, and a Zika researcher points out significant dangers associated with the virus.
A new report from Environment Virginia examined the prevalence of declared disasters both in the state of Virginia and across the U.S. during the past five years.